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Immediate injunction for Fayard

Immediate injunction for Fayard

04-10-2015 08:00:00


The Working Environment Authority has given Fayard an immediate injunction after an accident last weekend, where a man was caught between a ship and a 500-kilo rack. The rack came swinging as it had to be lifted onto a ship. The 48-year-old man broke seven ribs.

When the rack started swinging it hit the man, who thereby got trapped. The WEA therefore believe that safety has not been proper enough. Among other things, it was wrong that the man resided in a zone where he could get hurt. The WEA stresses that the employees have bypassed no rules in connection with the work.

An immediate injunction means that the error must be rectified immediately, which also happened. The 48-year-old man has been released from hospital and is recovering, said Fayard, that does not have further comments on the incident.

Fayard is one of the largest companies in Lindø Industrial Park, which contains nearly 85 different companies.

Source: fyens.dk / Maritime Denmark


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