Richard Byrne, Travis Perkins Plc
03 Oct 2016
Very little has changed in the field of health and safety management of workplace transport. There's plenty of room for thinking differently.
08 Feb 2016
A crane hire company has been fined £700,000 and £200,000 in costs for the corporate manslaughter of a worker who died in a mobile crane crash.
Stuart Taylor, Managing director, Mentor Forklift Truck Training
30 Sep 2015
Although the number of serious injuries caused by forklift trucks fell by 10% between 2000 and 2010, this improvement is simply not enough.
James Smith, Director and co-owner
29 Sep 2015
James Smith, director and co-owner of safety barrier manufacturer A-SAFE, talks about managing risks in a manufacturing environment and when installing products on customers' sites.
Neil Griffiths, Director of health, safety and environment, TNT
28 Sep 2015
Warehouses can be hectic. The amount of people working under one roof means that safety must be considered at all times if incidents are to be avoided.
01 Jul 2015
With a paucity of comprehensive data covering the potentially dangerous ports sector, it could be difficult to know the impact of the Docks Regulations revocation just over a year ago.
01 Jun 2015
Although the number of accidents associated with forklift trucks has decreased, every year hundreds of workers are hurt during their operations. Training and supervision remain key.
21 Jan 2015
The risk of another disaster like Piper Alpha will increase if North Sea operators allow maintenance to slip during the slump in oil prices, a Labour
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