Andrea Bowen, Casella Solutions
19 Feb 2016
A new worldwide safety and health standard designed to improve work environments and reduce workplace deaths is expected in October 2016 and will be known as ISO 45001.
Chloe Britton, Wranx
18 Feb 2016
Training should make staff competent in health and safety, but this is often easier said than done as traditional teaching methods can fail in long-term knowledge retention.
Mick Whitaker and Richard Potter, ProtectHear
17 Feb 2016
Over 1m workers in the UK are at risk of irreversible hearing damage. But hearing protection should be 100% dependable and is proven to bring benefits to both business and users alike.
16 Feb 2016
Oil and gas multinational Total has been hit with a £1.25m fine after a record amount of gas leaked into the North Sea.
Alejandro Zapata, Researcher, the British Safety Council
15 Feb 2016
Only the integration of both a safety culture and wellbeing initiatives within a dynamic organisational culture will ensure better protection of workers.
12 Feb 2016
Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust (MSFT) has been fined £500,000 after a nine-year investigation into the deaths of four elderly patients in its care was concluded.
Nick Molloy, Reactec
10 Feb 2016
Hand arm vibration (HAV) is the cause of one of the most common industrial diseases in the UK, with estimates of over 1m UK workers currently exposed to vibration over the limit.
09 Feb 2016
The government’s latest Cutting Red Tape review of the building sector launched on 2 December has called on house builders to identify regulations they perceive as holding them back.
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