Staffordshire-based company Sandmaster Ltd. has been fined £20,000 plus £4,500 costs, following a breach of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, which caused the death of an employee in the company’s yard, after he was struck by a skip lorry. HSE investigating inspector Andrew Bowker said, “It is vital that site and depot managers carry out risk assessment to identify potential dangers to workers and put adequate solutions in place…..it doesn’t take a lot of organisation or money to put measures in place which can make a difference to people’s working environment and even save lives.”