Workers’ understanding of safety at recycling plant where man died ‘varied greatly’

Workers’ understanding of safety systems at a recycling plant where a man died “varied greatly”, a trial has heard. Stephen Jones, managing director of Recycle Cymru Ltd (RCL) in Kinmel Bay, is accused of the manslaughter by gross negligence of employee Norman Butler, 60, from Prestatyn, on November 30, 2017.

The company, which is on the Tir Llwyd industrial estate, recycles waste cardboard and plastic by crushing the material into bales, tied with wire, but a jury has heard safety was “shockingly bad”. The court has already heard that CCTV showed Mr Butler climbing up a sloping conveyor…

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