Harrods asbestos contributed to death of Prestatyn man

A spell spent working at one of the world’s most famous department stores contributed to the death of a Prestatyn man, it was revealed at an inquest.
John Edmund Patrick Kavanagh was a porter at Harrods in Knightsbridge for two years in the ‘80s and spent much of his time in the basement and corridors.
He then spent considerably longer as a porter at the Royal Marsden Hospital, and again much of his time was spent in the basement and boiler-room.
Both workplaces were extremely dusty and heating pipes were lagged with asbestos which was deteriorating.
Mr Kavanagh, who moved to North Wales in... read more

14 December 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 32
Source: Daily Post

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