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Fines imposed on companies for health and safety breaches are meant to hurt, but a previously unblemished record and steps taken to remedy shortcomings can be powerful mitigation. In one case, a kitchen appliances manufacturer that was ordered to pay £700,000 following a fatal accident had the penalty more than halved by the Court of Appeal.
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