Shell shares £280,000 fine after worker crushed

Source: on 2010-01-05 11:07:00

Oil giant Shell and two other companies have been ordered to pay more than £326,000 in penalties after an unplanned lifting operation at an oil refinery ended when a cage containing more than 500kg of rubble fell on a worker, leaving him paralysed.Stephen Rizzotti worked as a human resources manager for Dalprop (formerly SG Blair and Co), which was refurbishing a "cracker" unit, used to process crude oil, at Shell's ...

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