08 Mar 2017
Do we expect our judges to be white, male and privately educated?
07 Mar 2017
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has been issued with its third Crown Censure in 12 months after an agency driver was killed by a reversing vehicle.
06 Mar 2017
The shale gas industry and its supporters in government may look back at 2016 and think that at last they are making progress; but shale gas activists are determined to step up the fight
04 Mar 2017
Whittlebury Hall and Spa, the hospitality sector winner of the International Safety Awards 2016, faces unique health and safety challenges, like the rest of the industry.
03 Mar 2017
Energy drinks are growing in popularity in the UK. But what are they really doing to bodies and minds of construction workers said to be drinking up to 15 cans a day?
02 Mar 2017
A subsidiary firm of Balfour Beatty has been fined after a worker broke his foot when the floor he was working on gave way at a new development in Sheffield.
28 Feb 2017
London Fire Brigade's investigation revealed fire safety failings prior to the blaze that claimed the lives of six residents.
28 Feb 2017
Looking back through our recently digitised archive it’s striking to note how much the world of work has changed, switching from an industrial to a service-focus landscape.
27 Feb 2017
A charitable trust was fined £266,000 today after the stately home it manages became the scene of the “tragic and untimely” death of its long serving butler.
24 Feb 2017
Nearly 20 percent of schools were “not compliant” in that they had no fully documented plans, processes and procedures in place for managing asbestos; a report from the DofE has found.
23 Feb 2017
A DFS worker suffered serious neck and head injuries when he was struck by falling furniture at one of its manufacturing sites.