Terry Woolmer, EEF
14 Jun 2016
All Member States had some degree of health and safety protection in place, prior to EU action in this area, explains EEF's Terry Woolmer.
Hugh Robertson, TUC
07 Jun 2016
When Britain votes on its EU membership, the future health and safety of workers could be on the line, says TUC's Health and safety policy officer, Hugh Robertson.
Paul Casey, Biffa Asbestos
19 May 2016
Although it has been banned since 1999, asbestos remains a common problem across UK commercial properties built in the decades when it was still widely used.
Stewart Gosling, Red Diamond Distribution
17 May 2016
When using hand pallet trucks organisations should carefully assess the operations to avoid falling foul of the law.
Neal Stone, The British Safety Council
16 May 2016
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)’s Irvine plant, in Scotland, manufactures penicillin-based antibiotics. The hazards at the plant call for robust health and safety policies and systems.
Belinda Liversedge, British Safety Council
12 May 2016
The House of Lords has voted to remove clause 13 of the Trade Union Bill, arguing against its cap on how much time public sector safety representatives spend on their duties.
Mike Robinson, British Safety Council
10 May 2016
In the context of changing demographics and longer working, do we trust that promoting workforce health and wellbeing will happen? And who should be accountable if it doesn’t?
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