Nearly 100 operators involved in bridge strikes have been reported to the traffic commissioner in the last 12 months, figures reveal. The office of the traffic commissioner (OTC) said of the 99 firms involved in these incidents, 12 were subsequently called to public inquiries and 22 dealt with at preliminary hearings. Others received warning letters. The figures emerged as Network Rail said it had received a “fantastic response” across the haulage industry to its ‘Wise Up, Size Up’ campaign and […]
DHL Supply Chain hits back at GMB over claims warehouse staff staged three mass walkouts over health and safety
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Government urged to repair key Scottish road link after landslips lead to record breaking level of closures
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