Jessica Penny, Penny Hydraulics Ltd
05 Sep 2016
Engineers are now top of the list of sought-after graduates in the UK. More than ever before, business owners are relying on graduates from overseas to fill these gaps
Anna Ryland, The British Safety Council
02 Sep 2016
Ben Ealey-Newman represents the new generation of health and safety professionals in Britain who explore fresh opportunities to engage in the health and safety agenda.
Belinda Liversedge, British Safety Council
05 Aug 2016
RoSPA is calling on the health and safety community to help address a lack of adequate and advice and information for companies on safety of apprentices following a surprising report.
26 Feb 2016
A new report by the Health at Work Policy Unit addresses the pitfalls experienced by young people with ‘chronic’ health conditions as they attempt to get into work and sets out what can
19 Jan 2016
ILO evidence suggests that young workers can suffer up to a 40 per cent higher rate of non-fatal injuries. Public-facing campaigns have an important role to trigger a demand for change.
28 Oct 2015
A new campaign website, Volunteers, launches in time for Hallowe’en with a new animation and a simple approach to risk assessment for young people wanting to work in their communities.
21 Aug 2015
A Bury engineering company has been found guilty of corporate manslaughter and its director sent to prison for eight months over the death of a 16-ye
06 Jan 2015
Two company directors have been given suspended prison sentences after a 20-year-old worker was killed on his first day on the job when the four-tonne dumper he was driving overturned.
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