Archives - September 2018


CSC News – September 2018

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Deep Fat Fryer incident results in £25K fine

The failure to implement and follow basic health and safety requirements can result in catastrophic injuries with massive fines imposed since the inception of the Sentencing Guidance. This was very much the case for The Cross, a Michelin-starred restaurant in Kenilworth. It has been reported that an 18 year old Apprentice Chef had been told …


Restaurant owner fined and banned for fraud over food hygiene rating display

There have been a few instances of false representation and misleading the public when displaying food hygiene ratings as one restaurant owner from Walsall, Derby found out when he marketed his Indian restaurant, Moza Derby, to have a rating of five when it only had a one rating and later zero. Rushan Ahmed was prosecuted and fined for …


Orkney Cheese Company prosecuted £8,000 for breaching work at height regulations

A staff employee was seriously injured when he was asked by the General Manager to retrieve a dead mouse from an unfloored loft area in October 2017. Orkney Cheese Company Limited has been fined £8,000 after an employee was seriously injured when he fell through a fragile roof by crawling along ceiling battens, in which …