Monthly Archives: September 2013

 

Company fined after worker’s arm trapped in machine

A Suffolk firm has been fined for safety failings after a worker suffered serious injuries to his arm when it became trapped in unguarded machinery. Attila Czege, a 34-year-old Hungarian agency worker, was working for Indo European Foods Ltd in Felixstowe when the incident happened on 20 September 2012. Ipswich Magistrates’ Court was told yesterday […]
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