30 Aug 2016
British Airway’s i360, Brighton's latest seaside attraction, opened to the public on 4 August. We went up the circular glass viewing pod to enjoy a maiden voyage up into the blue.
29 Aug 2016
Steel giant Tata UK has been fined nearly £2m after two workers lost parts of their hands in separate machinery incidents at the same plant in Corby, Northamptonshire.
26 Aug 2016
Safety Management visits Dame Carol Black, senior policy advisor on work and health to three British governments and passionate campaigner on health issues.
25 Aug 2016
On 23 June the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. I think the decision came as something of a surprise to many people waking up the morning after the vote.
23 Aug 2016
Early interventions to reduce musculoskeletal conditions can save thousands of working days. A Case study.
22 Aug 2016
Office workers need to do at least one hour of physical activity a day to offset the deadly effects of sitting for eight hours, a study from The Lancet study has found.
22 Aug 2016
Evidence shows that organisational restructuring brings enormous challenges to safeguard employees’ health.
21 Aug 2016
A West Midlands skip company and its manager were charged with manslaughter after a young worker died after falling from a skip while sorting garden waste.
19 Aug 2016
Thousands of mesothelioma sufferers and bereaved families could be prevented from seeking redress against negligent employers under new plans to delete Companies House records.
18 Aug 2016
Effective and proportionate management of risk is at the very heart of health and safety, but people’s perception and appreciation of risk is not a static thing.
17 Aug 2016
Thousands of workers at Sports Direct’s Shirebrook warehouse in Derbyshire are set to receive back pay totaling an estimated £1 million for non-payment of the minimum wage.
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