Locking up H&S row costs Rochester’s King’s School £18k in caretaker pay-out

A caretaker at a top private school was sacked after 24 years for not checking inside a building when he locked up.

David Woolley won £18,000 from King’s School, Rochester, after an employment tribunal found he was unfairly dismissed.

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Welsh National Opera’s principal oboist Murray Johnston awarded £73k for being bullied by conductor | Mail Online

Welsh National Opera’s principal oboist Murray Johnston awarded �73k for being bullied by conductor | Mail Online: An oboist has won more than �70,000 through an employment tribunal after claiming he was ‘bullied’ by the orchestra’s conductor for 16 years.

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Health and Safety Whistle-blower PC James Griffin takes on West Midlands Police in employment tribunal – Birmingham Mail

Whistle-blower PC James Griffin takes on West Midlands Police in employment tribunal – Birmingham Mail: A police constable is taking West Midlands Police to an employment tribunal claiming he was victimised for blowing the whistle about health and safety concerns.

James Griffin will tell the hearing that severe budgetary cuts had resulted in lax safety procedures at the force which put the lives of members of the public at risk.

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Woman loses compensation claim against Stoke Prior firm (From Bromsgrove Advertiser)

Woman loses compensation claim against Stoke Prior firm (From Bromsgrove Advertiser): A SENIOR assistant chef who made health and safety allegations about certain procedures against a Bromsgrove catering firm has lost her compensation claim for unfair dismissal.

Stephanie Morrison of Woodlands Road, Cookley, made her claim against Class Catering Services Ltd, of Weston Hall Road, Stoke Prior, at Birmingham Employment Tribunal.

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