S & K Groundwork Solutions was fined after an employee suffered serious injuries while working at Ghyllgrove Junior and Infants School in Basildon.
Eriks Industrial Services has been fined £373,000 after a worker suffered crush injuries while unloading a vehicle from a visiting delivery lorry.
Central England Municipals – trading as M6 Commercials - has been fined after an apprentice suffered head injuries while working on a commercial vehicle.
Plastic product manufacturer Glynwed Pipe Systems has been fined £1 million after a delivery driver from Mark Doel Transport was fatally injured.
MV Kelly of Tyseley, Birmingham, has been fined after a ground worker was struck by a tipper truck on a housing development site.
Redrow Homes and WPI Civil Engineering have been fined after the death of scaffolder Henry Jones in 2013.
Ipswich Crown Court heard how an employee at the Suffolk-based firm was operating a scissor-lift working platform when this was struck by a LGV
A road haulage firm has been fined after an employee was crushed between two articulated vehicles and subsequently died from his injuries.
A haulage firm has been fined after a load from the top of a double-decked trailer fell onto a worker.
Swansea Magistrates Court heard how the apprentice was tasked with changing air filled wheels with foam wheels on a machine intended to be used on a recycling site.
A Bedfordshire trailer firm has been sentenced after an employee suffered crush injuries when he was trapped between a lorry’s cab and a trailer.
Bryan Alexander has been fined after one of its workers was crushed by a hydraulic extension on one of its vehicles on the roadside in Plymouth.
A construction company has been fined after a contractor was run over on a large site in Wokingham.
Making driving at work its top health and safety priority has resulted in a reduction in both collision rates and insurance costs for one of the UK’s top construction contractors Skanska.
A North Lincolnshire company has been fined after a worker was injured whilst dismantling a HGV tipper lorry.
Two companies were fined a total of £815,000 after a worker and father-to-be was crushed to death in Lancashire by a refuse collection vehicle.
A haulage company from has been fined after the tragic death of a man who was crushed by a failed hydraulic ramp on Christmas Eve.
A waste management and plant hire company has been fined after a worker was fatally crushed between two vehicles while refuelling.
HGV drivers are frequently putting lives at risk by not following basic safety procedures when coupling and uncoupling vehicles, the HSE has warned.
A Cambridge construction firm has been fined £40,000 after a skip loader overturned injuring a worker.