Lebus fined after accident

March 2004
Cabinet Maker;3/12/2004, Issue 5379, p7
Trade Publication
Reports on upholstery firm Lebus' occupational health and safety prosecution by the Great Britain Health and Safety Executive. Background on the accident of employee Mark Sefton; Amount of fine ordered against the company.


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