Simon Olliff, Banyard Solutions
12 May 2017
One element of the new sentencing guidelines includes revisions to the 2007 Corporate Manslaughter Act – a landmark law that made organisations accountable for corporate manslaughter.
Billy O’Brien , Effective Software
09 May 2017
We are all different, and all respond differently to stressors; some people thrive on high workloads, tight deadlines and a busy work life, while others will crumble.
Jim Lythgow , Specsavers Corporate Eyecare
08 May 2017
Workplace safety eyecare is changing. This is partly due to new policy, partly due to innovation, and partly due to the shifting profile of the workforce.
Belinda Liversedge, British Safety Council
03 May 2017
Worker insecurity is rising, yet we rarely hear from those who are involved in gig, self-employed and zero hours work. We speak to five workers to get more insight into the issue.
Danny Hobson, Arco
03 May 2017
Modern day slavery is surprisingly prevalent in the supply chain, that is why is crucial to build a robust approach to ethical supply and inspire others to make a difference.
Shaun Curry, Macnaughton McGregor
25 Apr 2017
The behavioural safety courses we deliver across the UK are a far cry from the first drama-based safety programme I designed and delivered over 20 years ago.
Joanne Gilliard, Jangro
17 Apr 2017
Cleaning facilities often take place out of hours and in the background, but health and safety must be at the forefront throughout the cleaning supply chain.
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