Huntley Mount Engineering, fined £150,000 for corporate manslaughter and company director jailed for eight months
Huntley Mount Engineering Limited were fined £150,000 for the Corporate Manslaughter of Cameron Minshull, an apprentice who had only recently started working at the company at the time of his death.
Mr Minshull was allowed to work without meaningful supervision on dangerous and defective equipment.
Company director, Zaffar Hussain was also jailed for eitght months for offences under Section 2 and Section 37 of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. His son, Akbar Hussain received a four-month jail sentence, suspended for a year and fined £3,000.
The agency that placed Mr Minshull at the firm, Lime People Training Solutions, were also fined £75,000 for putting him in a dangerous work environment and ordered to pay £25,000 in costs.