A Mansfield store has been ordered to pay a total of £4,100 after being found selling items of food that were months past their use-by dates.Dayim Ltd, which operates Cagla UK Market, in Ladybrook Lane, admitted three offences under food safety and hygiene regulations.The case was heard at Mansfield Magistrates’ Court on Friday, February 8.
SINGAPORE – Smoke was seen wafting from a room at the back of the Carlton Hotel in Bras Basah Road on Thursday afternoon (Feb 14), with witnesses saying that they heard several loud explosions from the premises.
The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) told The Straits Times that it responded to a fire incident at a hotel at 76 Bras Basah Road at 1.15pm.
The costs of industrialisation are many. Human beings, wildlife, nature, the environment, and future generations often pay the price. In some instances, those who shoulder the burden do so voluntarily; some are compensated for their sacrifice and, in most cases, the suffering is imposed without their knowledge and consent. Add to that the tons of catastrophic events such as industrial accidents, mine collapses, and transport disasters that are a regular news item in this day and age. Ironically, many of these were foreseen and the deaths and illnesses could have been prevented.
Victims of industrial accidents are sometimes paid compensation although these are often small quantities of money and frequently do not reach the victims on time. Fortunately, we now have the capability to identify the culprits and are constantly refining the mechanism to measure the cost of the pain, suffering and physical damage they generate.
A review of these disasters has identified three problems:
1) Safety inspectors are lax or go easy on owners;
2) Companies hire inspectors from “friendly” agencies; and
3) Companies ignore inspection reports or disregard early warning signs.
AGRA: Following the death of 17 people in a major fire accident in a hotel in Delhi, the fire department in the city has geared up to ensure that no such incident jolt the city. After conducting an inspection of several hotels and restaurants in the city, the department has slapped notices to 20 hotels and restaurants for violation of fire safety norms.
A worker suffered severe burns in an explosion while he was repairing a semitrailer in DeKalb County on Thursday morning.The explosion occurred at a tractor-trailer repair factory in the 4300 block of Old McDonough Road, DeKalb County Fire Rescue spokesman Dion Bentley said from the scene.Initially, officials said the fire started after the semitrailer crashed into the building.
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“They have a duty of care to their customers to serve food that is safe to eat. There is no excuse for bad practice.”10 Irish businesses were served with food closure orders in January, according to the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI).The affected businesses are located in Meath, Dublin, Limerick, Offaly and Kildare.