Name of worker who died in an incident at Gatwick Airport railway station

A WORKER who died at Gatwick Airport has been named as a health and safety inquiry is launched.

An inquiry into the death of the 35-year-old fling signaller has now been turned over to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

A joint investigation was previously launched with and led by the British Transport Police.

The police have completed their investigation and HSE will now lead the investigation.

It is to be determined whether violations of the Occupational Health and Safety Act have occurred.

HSE Chief Inspector Ross Carter said: “It is important that HSE complete the investigation into Marius’ death in order to determine the cause of this incident.

“The HSE will rely on the evidence gathered to date and will enlist its own specialist investigators and independent support in what is likely to be a complex investigation.

“During the investigation, we will remain in touch with Marius’ family and offer them our deepest sympathy at this difficult time.”

At the time of Mr Badiou’s death, John Halsall, regional managing director for Network Rail’s southern region, described the incident as “tragic”.

He said: “This is a tragic accident and our thoughts are with the family and friends of the colleague.

“We will do everything we can to support everyone involved and are working closely with the UK Transport Police and Health and Safety Executive who are leading the investigation.”

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