Two Sabah firms fined for negligence over workers' deaths


KOTA KINABALU: A state-linked company and a manufacturing firm have been fined by the Sessions Court here for neglecting safety aspects, which resulted in the deaths of their workers.

A representative of state-linked SLDB Management Sdn Bhd pleaded guilty on Friday (April 8) and was ordered to pay RM15,000 for the death of Indonesian worker Cahya Abdullah at Ladang Bombong 1, Kampung Bombong in Kota Marudu on May 25 last year.

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