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  24. Tuesday 15th December 2015

    posted by Conrad Landin in Britain

    BOSSES could have “easily prevented” the fatal crushing of a senior windfarm technician, inspectors said yesterday after technology giant Siemens was fined a six-figure sum.

    Colin Sinclair was one of two Siemens technicians sent to Causeymire windfarm in Caithness, the Highlands, to carry out an end-of-warranty inspection on the turbines.

    But while a colleague from windfarm operator RWE was attempting to lock down the blades to prepare for the inspection, Mr Sinclair was pulled into a rotating shaft after his harness became entangled in the high-speed shaft coupling.

    Panicked colleagues pulled an emergency stop cord — but it was too late to help Mr Sinclair, who was pronounced dead at the scene.

    Health and Safety Executive (HSE) inspectors found that the turbine’s shafts had been inadequately guarded since January 2009.

    “This death was easily preventable and involved a risk which is well known and appreciated throughout all industries,” said HSE inspector Niall Miller.

    “It is disappointing that this risk wasn’t addressed despite the lack of guarding being known to those involved.

    “This incident should serve as a reminder to employers of all sizes that failing to take simple precautions can have catastrophic consequences.”

    At a hearing last week, both RWE and Siemens pleaded guilty to breaching health and safety laws. Siemens was ordered to pay £107,000 and RWE £45,000.

    http://morningstaronline.co.uk/a-75b0-Workers-death-could-have-been-easily-prevented#.VnGC9FLTcdU

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