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Benjamin Tracey, 32, of Braintree, was conducting his daily duties, which involved cleaning blockages in industrial machines that are designed to form, fill and seal plastics, at a food manufacturing centre in Halstead, Essex.
Kenneth George Miller, of Tower View, Linton, Cambridgeshire, was working with Mark Nyland, 34, from Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire on the day of the accident in 2012.
Luton Crown Court heard that between January 21st and June 30th 2010, Patrick Regan implemented a number of internal building projects - including gas work and appliance renovations.
Passengers were originally put on an aeroplane that had a technical problem and it turned around to go back to the airport.
An unnamed 22-year-old from High Wycombe, broke two vertebrae in his spine, as well as his left ankle and wrist.
Nasib Chand Birdi worked at Leys Malleable Castings, International Combustion and Qualcast over a period of 23 years, but it is unclear exactly where, if at all, the renowned workaholic came into contact with the disease causing substance, according to the Derby Telegraph.
The truck, which belongs to Bagnall and Morris, was travelling along Blackhouse Lane in Little Conrad when it became lodged in the side of the road at 3pm.
The affected properties were undergoing a refurbishment programme and were located on Fulham Road in Westminster when they completely fell apart without any warning, but luckily it was Sunday and nobody was on shift at the time.
This is according to a report produced by workers' health journal Hazards and supported by the Trades Union Congress (TUC), which has found the number of people receiving awards because of work-related injuries or diseases has dropped by 60 per cent in the past ten years.
According to residents in Church Hill, damage to streets has existed for a year and despite pleas with Thames Water and Essex Highways, no action has yet been taken, according to the East London and West Essex Guardian Series.
A judge at the London court said the families survived by Geoff Wicker, fireman and Brian Wembridge, fire service video technician, are entitled to damages.
Kenneth Hunter, a 33-year-old local man, was working for Oil States Klaper at its site in Bathgate in Scotland on May 25th 2011 when the accident happened.
One of the men involved lost nearly all of the use of his left arm and only just avoided having it amputated when it was dragged inside. Although he managed to hit the stop bar underneath the equipment, it took a few seconds for it to stop.
Shrewsbury Magistrates Court heard that CRF did not take effective measures that would have prevented access to dangerous moving parts of machines on its premises in Wem on December 6th 2011.
The injured employee, who was only 15 at the time of the accident, was engulfed by a fireball as he used petrol as an accelerant to burn car parts at a site belonging to Grublogger, based near Redhill.
Worcester Crown Court heard that 37-year-old Stephen Bond-Lewis was cleaning a casting machine at Special Metals Wiggin when part of the metal frame came loose and pinned him to a nearby storage bin.
Strong winds meant a wheelie bin was blown into the middle of a road last autumn as Angus Tait was driving his vehicle.
Harvey Hopwood,health and safety manager at PAS, sustained severe burns to his shoulder, upper arms, neck and back as he oversaw the washing of a large oil storage tank on November 27th 2012.
An unnamed 52-year-old was working an evening shift at the Anglo Trading Estate in Shepton Mallet when the incident happened on July 12th 2012.
Michelle Gellard, 7, went swimming after attending a judo competition in the area, but something went wrong.