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INDUSTRY NEWS


Man charged with manslaughter of father by Norwich court


A NORFOLK man has appeared in court charged with the manslaughter of James Criddle, who died on May 2017 at a skip hire fi rm in Besthorpe. Additionally, the court heard Baldwins Skip Hire has also been charged under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, which will also be sent to Norwich Crown Court on September 7. Robert Baldwin, of Besthorpe, was charged with manslaughter after he was connected to the incident involving machinery while working at Baldwins Skip Hire on May 15, which killed father-of-one James, 29, from Watton.


James’ girlfriend, Holly Eagling said: “James was a big part of our family.” Baldwin, 47, appeared at Norwich Magistrates Court on August 10 this year and was granted unconditional bail until the next hearing on September 7. The day of James’ death, the East of England Ambulance Service was called to the premises in the village at 1.05pm to report a man had suff ered traumatic injuries on-site.


Keen racer


In his spare time, James was a keen car enthusiast and regularly took part in racing events, and before he died, James, better known as ‘Jimmy’, was fi tting out a car with


good friend Jamie Read, which he hoped to race. The Health and Safety Executive worked with detectives to investigate the circumstances around family-man James’ death.


Vision Techniques expand site


VISION Techniques have doubled the physical size of their business with an expansion of their premises.


The vehicle safety experts have seen continued growth into 2018, which is likely to be another record-breaking year. This has led to them taking on more staff , and as a result requiring a larger offi ce space.


The company have expanded into the building next door to their Head Offi ce, doubling their size and increasing their capabilities to off er innovative safety systems and services. The Blackburn based company have taken on 10 new members of staff this year


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here at Blackburn, which is going to allow us to expand and take advantage of the opportunities that present themselves going forward,” Steve Hurd, Sales Director at Vision Techniques, explained.


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