Simon Nash, Cresatech
07 Apr 2017
A safety-first approach: unearthing a solution to copper theft.
29 Feb 2016
Over the next five year Powering Improvement will continue to promote the overarching themes of leadership, competence and worker involvement in the electricity sector.
Michail Tzouvelekis, Regional segment manager for oil & gas, Dräger Marine and Offshore
28 Sep 2015
As oil and gas operations in the North Sea reach maturity and decommissioning work rises, the industry faces an increasing danger of exposure to hydrogen sulphide.
25 Sep 2015
The operator of the Grangemouth crude oil refinery has been fined £24,000 after failings in its risk assessment saw a worker sprayed in the face with steam.
Moira Lamb, Semiour business analyst, Oil and Gas UK
25 Sep 2015
A major milestone for the offshore oil and gas industry was marked in July. The single biggest legislative change in many years to affect domestic offshore health, safety and environment
27 Mar 2015
The onshore energy industry should have a single “bespoke” watchdog to help remedy the public’s lack of confidence in the regulatory framework, according to the Task Force on Shale Gas.
21 Jan 2015
The risk of another disaster like Piper Alpha will increase if North Sea operators allow maintenance to slip during the slump in oil prices, a Labour
10 Nov 2014
The impact of the Electricity At Work Regulations is undeniable, but with more than 16,000 accidental fires in non-residential properties in 2012, there is still a long way to go.
01 Sep 2014
Corporate memory loss is a growing danger for organisations dealing with the ever increasing pace of change. It is vital organisations capture and retain safety-critical knowledge.
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