A paper company has admitted breaking safety regulations after a manager suffered fatal injuries.
The firm admitted failing to prevent access to dangerous machinery.
The company also pleaded not guilty to a more serious charge of failing to discharge its duty under the Health and Safety at Work Act by failing to ensure a safe working operation.
Malcolm Galloway, prosecuting on behalf of the Health and Safety Executive, said the plea to the lesser count was likely to be acceptable, but told the judge a final decision would be notified to the court within two weeks.
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