A car accident between two vehicles on a busy A road, resulted in one car being flipped over onto its roof causing traffic chaos on the roads and requiring multiple emergency services to attend. The accident involved a Ford Fiesta and a truck and happened at approximately 3.20 pm on a southbound carriageway when emergency services were called.
The NHS Trust is back in special measures after the CQC assessed Scunthorpe General and gave it an ‘inadequate’ rating. This is disappointing news for Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Trust as it is one of the first hospital trusts to re-enter special measures after successfully improving conditions enough to get out of them.
An aircraft engineering company has been fined £165k and ordered to pay £5.4k legal costs after an employee and an agency worker were seriously injured in a workplace accident at an airport, whilst working on the tail of a plane.
A construction worker was seriously injured in wall collapse whilst working on a building project. The flooring specialist company was subcontracting to a refurbishment design project company at the time of the accident and therefore both companies were investigated by the Health and Safety Executive.
Three Appeal Court judge’s have upheld an original family court ruling to refuse a divorce on the grounds of that the reasons given, did not meet ‘unreasonable behaviour’ definitions.
A Gwynedd cyclist was left with a broken collarbone and a blood clot on the brain after being involved in an accident with a car on a busy A road. The cyclist was completing a 90km trip with a group of cyclists at the time, when he was knocked off his bike on the top of a hill at approximately 8pm.
Last month, NHS England published the latest staff survey results and they revealed some interesting figures. According to Jayne Adamson, director of people and organisational effectiveness, : “The national staff survey gives us a useful indication of how staff feel working for the Trust, and what they see as important to them. That is why for 2016 we decided to move away from a sample survey and send one to all eligible staff.
Stratford v Auto Trail VR Ltd
There is a reason why the warnings given to employees expire after a set period of time. It’s to wipe the slate clean. But, as this case shows, expired warnings aren’t always irrelevant to future disciplinary decisions.