Belinda Liversedge, British Safety Council
15 Dec 2016
Ship repairer, Cammell Laird has been fined £400,000 after its failure to conduct a risk assessment in a routine cleaning task led to serious crush injuries.
28 Oct 2015
The two largest warships ever built for the Royal Navy are in build, a project that challenges not only engineering minds and practices but also safety and management practices.
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Fishermen expect to endure hazards when they set sail everyday, but the job would not be as dangerous if legislation, training and efficient management were to be improved.
25 Mar 2015
Many reports from investigations into global shipping incidents have found ‘fatigue’ – more precisely ‘tiredness’ – to have been a significan
30 Sep 2013
A yacht company has been forced to pay out £90,000 for failing to adequately manage the risks posed by hot work after a worker was nearly killed when
27 Sep 2013
The abolition of the Docks Regulations has been postponed until 6 April 2014 to allow the industry, trade unions and HSE time to develop a new Approv
02 Sep 2013
During the past decade, film has played an increasingly vital role in improving safety culture in industries as diverse as maritime, waste ma