Safe Air back in court after engine death
Sun, 01 Jul 2012 12:38p.m.
The Labour Department is taking Safe Air, an aircraft maintenance company owned by Air New Zealand, back to court after an employee died when he was sucked into an engine.
Fifty-one-year-old Miles Hunter was servicing the engine at Woodbourne Airfield near Blenheim last August when the accident happened.
The company was fined just over $56,000 and paid $22,000 in reparation.
But the Department of Labour wants the High Court to impose a tougher penalty.
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