Vion fined over death of worker

September 2011
Meat Trades Journal;9/2/2011, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the 100,000 pounds fine for meat processing giant Vion Food Group after its worker was run over and killed by a forklift truck in one of its plants in Scotland.


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