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.
Clare Constant, British Safety Council
13 Mar 2017
One of the best parts of being a teacher at the British Safety Council is feeling ignored by a room full of people; the students are so involved in the learning activities.
Dominique Vansteenkiste, Honeywell Industrial Safety, EMEA
10 Mar 2017
Working at height is one of the biggest causes of fatalities in the UK. Falls account for over a quarter of all fatal occupational injuries, half of which occur in construction.
Paul Jakeway, Deb UK
09 Mar 2017
A comprehensive skin care programme is essential in guaranteeing healthy hands in the workplace.
Kylie Morsley & Marianne Wright
08 Mar 2017
Do we expect our judges to be white, male and privately educated?
Richard Cope, Bureau Veritas
03 Mar 2017
Fines for hand arm vibration have become more common in the past year under the sentencing guidelines highlighting the need for risk assessment, management and control strategy.
Belinda Liversedge, British Safety Council
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?
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