A Latvian national who spoke little English was killed, and his nephew left clinging to a wall, after a roof they were removing asbestos cement sheets from collapsed as they sat on it. It is believed the company had the correct procedures for work at heights but that these were not properly understood, and hence, followed by the worker. The firm was fined £60,000.

You may be interested to know that the TUC has published documentation to support migrant workers. The document ‘Working in the UK’ is available in 13 languages, including Polish, Bulgarian and Romanian. The TUC says it provides workers with information and guidance on crucial issues such as pay, employment contracts, working hours, sick pay, and health and safety. Read more here.

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