He is charged with causing serious injury
to motorcyclist Peter Welch by driving a Vauxhall Astra dangerously.
Why are companies with very good safety records still having serious injury
and fatality events?
He was sentenced to 22 months in prison for causing serious injury
by dangerous driving, with 15-month and three-month sentences to run concurrently for causing serious injury
while disqualified and driving with excess alcohol.
The quick-thinking driver braked quickly, which according to the fire service, helped to prevent serious injury
But Mark Serwotka, general secretary of the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union, warned: "Drafting in staff from other areas of an already overstretched agency is like putting a sticking plaster on a serious injury
, it will do nothing to stop the inevitable from happening."
"They must also prove that was unlawful - that is in dispute - and thirdly for a charge of murder, the prosecution must prove an intention to cause really serious injury
at the time that he does the act."
In November last year the House of Commons Transport Committee expressed reservations about the accuracy of serious injury
The publication aims to instruct how to meet the new Z10 standard but also how to integrate best practices for the prevention of serious injury
in the workplace.
"The court finds that the evidence presented by plaintiff at inquest was insufficient as a matter of law to establish that plaintiff sustained a serious injury
within the meaning of Insurance Law [section] 5102(d) and that defendant is, therefore, entitled to a directed verdict dismissing the action."
AND A SHOCK HAZARD IS CREATED THAT MIGHT LEAP TO SERIOUS INJURY
Officials can play a major role in the reduction of serious injury
by enforcing the spearing rule, regardless of intent, whenever a player leads with the top of the helmet when making a tackle.
Airbus's A380 passes evacuation test with 873 off in 90 sec.; one serious injury