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Watercare pleaded guilty in Auckland District Court on Monday to two charges laid by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment under the Health and Safety in Employment Act cover for galaxy s3

Watercare employee Philomen Gulland, 48, was killed in the gas explosion in a water main she was inspecting in June 2011.
Three Watercare employees and two contractors were injured.
The charges related to failing to ensure the safety of workers and contractors.
Watercare chief executive Mark Ford says the incident has deeply affected the company and it has comprehensively reviewed its processes cloud computing companies

"Since that terrible day we have made every effort to understand what actually happened to ensure something like this cannot happen again. That is the minimum we owe those involved," Mr Ford said.
Another party in the case, Watercare contractor Canadian Pacific Ltd, wigs long hair is also in court on Monday for a defended hearing.