Kieron Corless, Sight & Sound magazine
10 Apr 2017
Does risk increase if you’re unaware of it? The question kept popping into my head while watching several of this fascinating crop of short films, particularly the eventual winner...
Simon Nash, Cresatech
07 Apr 2017
A safety-first approach: unearthing a solution to copper theft.
Adam Allan and Michael Lloyd, MRS Training and Rescue
06 Apr 2017
Over 100 years ago accidents in mines were common; the Mines Rescue Service was thus formed. They became expert at working in confined spaces, providing training in entry and rescue.
Belinda Liversedge, British Safety Council
30 Mar 2017
Electrical engineer Simon Clark is determined that others will not contract mesothelioma through their work.
Dr Mike Esbester, University of Portsmouth
30 Mar 2017
In 1978, the FT published a piece written by James Tye, the British Safety Council’s founder, entitled “Safety watchdog with fearsome bark”, urging the dangerous and unsafe to ‘Beware!’.
Richard Bracewell, film director
25 Mar 2017
Don’t play on the railway line! Don’t run in the corridor! Children of the 1970s knew exactly where they stood when it came to risk. What to expect from a modern take on risk?
Nicole Vázquez, Worthwhile Training
14 Mar 2017
Lone working can mean flexible working, greater utilisation of resources and more autonomy for the worker. However, these benefits can also bring risks that need to be managed.
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