Fisherman's Friends manslaughter trail: Shropshire company had 'casual approach to safety' at gig, court told

Fisherman's Friends manslaughter trail: Shropshire company had 'casual approach to safety' at gig, court told
 

Fisherman's Friends singer Trevor Grills and the band's promoter Paul McMullen were killed after a steel door, designed and manufactured by Express Hi-Fold Doors Limited, collapsed while they were unloading music equipment from their van.
David Naylor, 57, director of Express Hi-Fold Doors Limited in Telford, denies two charges of manslaughter by gross negligence and the company denies a third charge of a breach of health and safety laws.
Mr Grills, a vocalist with the sea shanty group, from Port Isaac in Cornwall, was struck by the door at the G Live theatre in Guildford on February 9... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 43
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