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Firm fined £3,000 after worker’s hand is crushed

A COMPANY in Oban has been fined £3,000 for a health and safety breach, after a forklift driver crushed his hand.

3663 Alba Limited, of 814 Leigh Road, Slough, trading as Forteith Food Services, admitted failing to ensure workers had adequate health and safety training to operate a forklift truck at its depot at 73A Glengallan Road, Glenshellach, between May 26, 2014, and January 4, 2015.

Steven John Tonner, the charge continued, used the forklift truck with no formal training and, as a consequence, while reversing it struck a stationary vehicle and crushed his hand to his severe injury.

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