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Legal Action against Authority Regarding Outbreak of Legionnaires’ Diseas

...d to the factory's cooling towers. The company was fined £70,000 in November after pleading guilty to two counts of breaching health and safety legislation by failing to maintain the water cooling system at the factory. There would have a period of watchful waiting before any decision or opinion can be r...

Clergy blasts councilman's required-condom plan

...t one condom. Those caught empty-pocketed could be fined $180 or ordered to take a safe sex course, he said. Tulua has one of the highest rates of HIV infection in Colombia, he said. The proposal will be debated by other town leaders and could go into effect by March. Many Roman Catholic priests in Colom...

Controversy over Copeman Healthcare fee

... any individual paying fee to the Copeman would be fined around $10,000 and even doctors accepting the fees would be liable to fine of up to $25,000. ...

Court Orders Private Hospitals To Provide Free Treatment For The Poor

...ch are found to be guilty of this practice will be fined by the Government. Private hospitals on the other hand contend that they are only obliged to provide only free hospitalization, while the patients will have to bear expenses like buying medicines. Edited (IANS)...

93 Year Old Widow, Suffering From Dementia Dies After the Ambulance Dropped Her at a Wrong Address

...each of the Health and Safety at Work Act and were fined a total of £27,500 today. According to the Ambulance Service, this mistake occurred after a new crew had taken over the operation of the ambulance on that particular day, and apparently did not possess the right address of their client. ...

Hospital Trust Fined £100,000 after Patient Deat

Southampton University Hospitals Trust has been fined £100,000 after pleading guilty in the case of the death of Sean Phillips, 31 following a routine operation//. The trust has pleaded guilty for failing to supervise doctors following the operation. Sitting at Winchester Crown Court, Mr Justice Cress...

Foetuses Cant Feel Pain Says A Leading Psychologist

... after 22 weeks without painkilling drugs would be fined $100,000 (£57,700) and lose their medical licence. Comparing the pain response of an unborn baby to that of a fruit fly larva that reacts to a flame by bending and rolling away, Dr Derbyshire described it as merely an automatic biological mechanism ...

Call For Testing Of Poisoned Town: Risk Of Alzheimer's Disease

...iting completion of further research. The SWWA was fined £10,000, with £25,000 costs for supplying water that posed a threat to public health. Three years after the trial, a settlement ranging from £680 to £10,000 was provided to nearly 148 victims affected by the incident. An investigation committee wou...

Hospitals Facing Huge Losses From Healthy Patients Yet To Discharge

...gh to leave hospital. Hampshire County Council was fined £120,000 last year for bed blocking by the Winchester and Eastleigh Healthcare NHS Trust, which runs the hospital. Hampshire County Council said there was now a £60million project with the NHS to provide 500 nursing care beds in the county....

Seizure of Low Quantity of Heroin is No Ground for Bail: HC

...eriod that may extend up to 10 years besides being fined upto Rs one lakh. After the trial court rejected the bail pleas, the accused appealed to the High Court. (Source:PTI )...

Violence Against NHS Staff On The Raise

...o abuse or threaten NHS staff could be prosecuted, fined £1,000 or removed from NHS premises. Stuart Roden from Unison has said that the increase in the more serious cases of violent attacks in Cornwall was alarming. Stating that he suspects a lot of these are fuelled by alcohol and drugs, he felt that t...

Hundreds of human tissue products been recalled

...rts were found. According to Robison, Guyett was fined and sentenced in April 2000, ordered to perform six months of community service and was given three years' probation....

American Red Cross Fined $4.2m for Improper Blood Screening

The FDA fined American Red Cross a record $4.2 million for improper screening of potential blood donors and also for other safety problems//. The Food and Drug Administration yesterday disclosed the fine amount which follows $5.7 million in previous fines since 2...

Rise of Dengue Cases in Delhi Alarming

...y Aedes Aegypti. Health authorities have already fined a deputy director of the horticulture department in west Delhi. He was fined after inspectors found mosquito breeding in a number of fountains under his supervision. Delhi Hea...

American Red Cross Face Fines After Blood Safety Lapses

... The FDA divulged that the organization had been fined close to $5.7 million, recently, for failing to adhere to the safety rules promulgated in 2003. Since the American Red Cross failed to comply with requirements postulated by the FDA,the FDA has issued a deadline for the organization to explain how t...

Orissa Hospital, Surgeon Fined for Wrong Treatment

...alasore district consumer redressal forum Saturday fined the Balasore-based City Clinic and its owner Pratima Pradhan for wrongly operating on the uterus of Shila Jana on July 23, 2002, the patient's lawyer Siddheswar Bag told IANS. Jana, a 35-year-old resident of Gobara village under the Ramnagar police...

Singapore Reports Fewer Dengue Cases in 2006

... which are found to be breeding mosquitoes will be fined 200 Singapore dollars (about 130 U.S. dollars) each. Sixty dengue cases a week were reported for the first month of this year, the same weekly average as last year, according to the report. Source-Bio-Bio Technology...

Consumer Court in Himachal Fined Pepsi

A consumer court in Himachal Pradesh has fined the soft drink giant Pepsi of Rs. 100,000 against a complaint filed by a consumer five years ago//. The complaint was lodged after the consumer found worms in a Pepsi Mirinda bottle. The Himachal Pradesh Consumer Redressal Commission here Tuesday a...

Quack of Gurgaon Confesses of Aborting 250 Female Fetuses

...endent of Police Anil Dhawan, the accused had been fined for practising as a medical practitioner with a bogus medical degree. "In 1994, he had been fined for possession of spurious drugs. Now a case has been registered against him under provisions of the...

Steroid Scam: Sylvester Stallone Gets Away With a Light Punishment

...he Downing Centre Local Court in Sydney. He was fined $2,975 for bringing banned hormones into Australia. He is also to pay prosecution costs of $10,000. A Customs search of his luggage at the start of his three-day visit to Sydney in February last had revealed 48 vials of the banned human growth horm...

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