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#Health and Safety

# health-and-safety - Friday 9 December, 2011

High Court orders closure of Seamus O’Connell’s Cork restaurant

The owner of the high-profile Ivory Tower had been ignoring a closure order from the Food Safety Authority of Ireland – so the authority took him to court today.

# health-and-safety - Wednesday 30 November, 2011

From The Daily Edge WATCH: NBC anchor keeps cool while fire alarm interrupts broadcast Health And Safety

WATCH: NBC anchor keeps cool while fire alarm interrupts broadcast

Brian Williams doesn’t do panic. Brian Williams doesn’t do interruptions. Brian Williams doesn’t oblige by health and safety guidelines.

# health-and-safety - Thursday 10 November, 2011

Worker injured at Mr Binman plant

The company confirmed that one of its employees has been taken to hospital with serious injuries following an incident at its Limerick facility.

# health-and-safety - Wednesday 27 July, 2011

Girl gets €18k for funfair accident

Girl’s foot trapped as ride moves off without warning as she tried to alight.

# health-and-safety - Friday 4 March, 2011

The 9 at 9: Friday

Nine things you really need to know by 9am.

# health-and-safety - Tuesday 1 March, 2011

Breast milk ice cream seized over safety concerns

The controversial Baby Gaga ice cream went on sale in a parlour in London’s Covent Garden.

# health-and-safety - Thursday 12 August, 2010

RYANAIR has introduced new procedures after a three-year-old girl fell onto the tarmac at Stansted Airport.

Olgay was boarding a plan in July 2009 when she slipped through the gap between the handrail. She had climbed to the platform at the top of the  steps unassisted. Her mother, Sasha Slater was carrying her 18-month-old son, Joe, with one hand and luggage with the other.

The girl, Olga, escaped with only minor injuries.

The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) recommended that Ryanair review procedures in light of the incident. The AAIB recommended “that assistance is made available to passengers accompanied by children and those with special needs”.

The AAIB said there had been four previously reported similar incidents involving small children and this had led to American aviation authorities issuing a special airworthiness information bulletin. The AAIB said it would be making design recommendations to Boeing – the manufacturers of the aircraft.

Ryanair said: ‘New procedures including new high visibility tensa barriers and specific announcements to passengers travelling with young children on both boarding and disembarkation have also been introduced in order to eliminate any recurrence of these extremely rare events in the context of over one million Ryanair flights over the past two years.’