A association has been fined £15,000 after a workman died when he was struck by a hose that is used to siphon concrete.
Garry Louis, 58, was operative on an ascent to a depot during a Port of Felixstowe in 2015 when a hose vigourously churned turn and killed him.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) pronounced RW Hill, of Grays, Essex, unsuccessful to make a protected ostracism section around a hose.
It certified breaching dual construction regulations during Chelmsford Crown Court.
RW Hill was a categorical executive on a devise and had sub-contracted dual dilettante companies to siphon a petrify and lay a petrify during a enclosure pier in Suffolk.
On 7 Aug 2015, a stretchable smoothness hose by that petrify was being pumped became momentarily blocked, a HSE said.
The hose afterwards privileged underneath pressure, causing it to vigourously whip round.
Mr Louis, a concrete-laying sub-contractor, was killed and another workman suffered cuts and bruising.
An review by a HSE found RW Hill had unsuccessful to effectively devise and conduct a protected pumping of concrete, and an ostracism section around a stretchable smoothness hose was not enforced.
The association did not sufficient supervise, instruct, or yield suitable information to sub-contractors, and unsuccessful to guard a pumping operations.
RW Hill was also systematic to compensate costs of £13,800.