Celsa Manufacturing (UK) Ltd will now be paying the price for its risk assessment failure that proved fatal to two engineering workers nearly four years ago.
The company, which at Cardiff Crown Court pleaded guilty to breaching Regulation 3 of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, has been fined £1.8 million and ordered to pay costs of £145,771.85 following the deadly explosion at its rod and bar mill in November 2015.
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