Exclusive Oriental Classics Ltd, and the director Mr Kian Hoo Tay, has been fined by the Luton Magistrates Court for not having the right insurance.
The company director appeared on 10th October 2022 at Luton Magistrate court for failing to have Employers’ Liability (Compulsory) Insurance (ELCI).
Health and Safety Executive (HSE) presented an investigation to the court. They discovered the failure of not having insurance when a company employee was injured at work on 1 March 2022.
The company was later fined £1,650, a victim surcharge of £165 and ordered to pay costs of £1750 for breaching Section 1(1) of the Employers’ Liability (Compulsory) Insurance Act 1969.
The court fined Mr Kian Hoo Tay in the same manner.
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