New Zealand tannery fined over safety breach

New Zealand
Published:  30 October, 2017

A tannery has been fined for a health and safety breach that took place in April 2016 when a worker lost consciousness due to a leak of hydrogen sulphide in the tannery. The company has been accused by investigators of failing to provide adequate training and warnings.

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