Body found on bulding site in Chilworth near Southampton

A BODY has been found on a building site in one of Hampshire most exclusive villages.

A police investigation has been launched into the incident on the site in Chilworth on the edge of Southampton.

Emergency services cordoned off the site following the death which has left residents in the village, where houses can cost more than £2 million, in shock.

According to residents, he had been working at a house in Ling Dale, which was undergoing extensive building work.

Factory explosion victim ‘faced previous serious work accident’ | Express & Star

A father of six who died when a tank exploded at a factory had suffered a serious accident at work only two weeks before when scaffolding he was on gave way, an inquest heard.

The explosion happened at the site in October 2016
Raymond Wyman was saved only by his own safety harness following the incident at a factory near Merry Hill, Dudley, said his partner Katherine Watkins.

He had been working for NKD Machinery, the same firm that employed him at Heath Road, Darlaston, where the fatal explosion took place on October 31, 2016.

Mr Wyman, 36, from Pensnett, died in hospital from multiple injuries eight days later.

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Dirty and dangerous: The conditions found at this village pub | Express & Star

Inspectors found these conditions during inspections at The Vine Inn in Kinver

The dirty conditions found inside
A filthy cooker, exposed nails in a children’s play area, and dirty surfaces

Pub boss Barry Aust pleaded guilty to repeated breaches of food hygiene and health and safety regulations after an inspection at The Vine Inn, in Dunsley Road, Kinver, near Stourbridge.
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Climate activists disrupt London’s biggest concrete supplier

Climate activists from Extinction Rebellion on Tuesday disrupted London Concrete, the British capital’s biggest supplier of ready-mixed concrete which supplies a major road tunnel project under the River Thames. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

from Reuters Video: Environment

‘I could have died’: Farmer rethinks farm safety after accident – Farming UK News

A dairy farmer who suffered a serious machinery accident earlier this year has highlighted how it made him rethink his attitude to farm safety.

Second generation Worcestershire dairy farmer Chris Heath suffered life-threatening injuries when he was propelled from the tractor he was driving.

Still moving backwards, the hundred horsepower tractor – with a front-end loader and sheer grab also attached – ran straight over him.

Chris suffered injuries that included a pelvis fractured in four places, three displaced vertebrae, a dislocated shoulder, six broken ribs and serious internal crush injuries to his bowel.

via ‘I could have died’: Farmer rethinks farm safety after accident – Farming UK News.