October 21, 1970 Factory Dangerous machinery Dangerous combination of machinery and material Danger arising from nip between moving workpiece and imperceptibly moving boring bar Automatic cooling device Coolant applied by hand Practice known to employers Workman's hand caught in nip Whether duty on employers to fence boring bar Whether dangerous part of machinery Danger of accident foreseen by employers Whether foreseeable Workman unable to establish exactly how accident happened Materiality Factories Act, 1961 9 & 10 Eliz. II, c.34, s.14 1.
Managerial Law – Emerald Publishing
Published: Apr 1, 1971
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