Health and Safety Gone Mad? Roger’s Rant

Time for another rant from Roger, cliché warning, it’s health and safety gone mad!

See the article about Barratt Homes and an electrical subcontractor having been fined a total of £160,000 for failing to comply with working at height regulations: https://bit.ly/2L3FiRr

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