A JURY will decide what led to the death of a forklift truck driver on his first day at work in Ellesmere Port.
Ian Edward Robert Aliski, 25, a single forklift truck driver from Marbury Gardens, Ellesmere Port, died at glass recycling plant Recresco, on Manisty Wharf, on April 26, 2010.
Starting on Monday, November 5, the inquest is scheduled to last a week.
It was reported at the time that Mr Aliski was crushed when a forklift truck fell on him at 10am on his first day at work.
His colleagues had tried in vain to free him but he died at the scene.
Cheshire Constabulary investigated the incident.
He is believed to have been working for the company through a local agency.
A spokeswoman for the firm said at the time: “We offer our sympathy and condolences to the family.”
She said staff at the Ellesmere Port plant were shocked following the death of their colleague.
Cheshire police, ambulances and fire engines raced to the recycling centre after the accident and the site was closed, with lorries containing waste glass queuing up outside while the factory remained sealed off.
The Health and Safety Executive were brought in to investigate the incident.
Production was halted all day following the incident.
The inquest will begin at Warrington Town Hall on Monday, November 5, and will run until Friday, November 9.