A stretch of road between Wrexham and Mold which has seen two fatal car crashes occur in one year will be closed for road works this weekend.
Pyranha Mouldings Ltd, of Aston Lane South in Runcorn, was fined £50,000 by HSE in the wake of a workplace accident.
The upturn has initiated an increase in investment, giving the construction sector a much-needed boost and creating hundreds of new jobs.
A new cycle path along the Chester Road pavement is set to dramatically improve pedestrian safety.
Agriculture has been highlighted as one of the most hazardous work industries in the UK, with 33 work-related high risk farming injuries recorded in 2011.
The much anticipated economic recovery could result in an unwelcome rise in major forklift accidents in the workplace in North Wales and beyond.
Workers suffered life threatening conditions and recurrent problems after being exposed to toxic gases at a Deeside chemical factory in 2011.
A teenager has died and a woman in her 40s was left severely shaken following two separate scooter accidents in the past 10 days.
Public and private organisations owe a duty of care by law to ensure that people remain reasonably safe while on their premises.
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