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Lightwater Valley faces prosecution over boy's fall on ride
 A theme park is to be prosecuted after a seven-year-old boy was injured in a fall from a rollercoaster. The boy was airlifted to hospital with head injuries after falling from the ride at Lightwater Valley, near Ripon, North Yorkshire, in May 2019.The Health and Safety Executive (HSE)...
£1.1m fine after ladder fall
  A London-based relocation and refurbishment company has been fined after a worker was seriously injured when he fell from height.Luton Crown Court heard that on 5 September 2016, an engineer was testing a sprinkler system for leaks at a site in Hemel Hempstead. He climbed onto an...
HSE ISSUES SAFETY ALERT
 The UK safety regulator has issued a warning for those carrying out or responsible for work on vehicles with air suspension systems.The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has recently investigated several serious incidents involving air suspension systems on vehicles. The two main causes...
BP put workers in 'harm's way' over oil rig fire
  BP has said it was "regrettable" there was no water to tackle a fire that led to the evacuation of a North Sea rig.Dozens of non-essential personnel were taken from the Etap platform, situated about 100 miles east of Aberdeen, in February after the fire.The Health and Safety Executive...
Mentor remains on hand to help businesses meet HSE guidelines for vital MHE training
 In line with the HSE’s recent statement that basic lift truck training remains essential during the coronavirus pandemic, Mentor FLT Training is offering a number of materials and courses to help businesses stay safe and compliant during this critical time.Key industries’ supply chains...
RTITB remote refresher training for forklift operators
 RTITB offers theory and driver behaviour training online for materials handling equipment (MHE) operators that need refresher training but are unable to attend a course for reasons associated with the coronavirus pandemic.“The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has given companies...
HSE SETS OUT PPE PLAN
 The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has assembled a team of specialists to assist the government’s national effort to get personal protective equipment (PPE) to frontline health care workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic.Supporting the government’s PPE Plan, the UK...
Social distancing, keeping businesses open and in-work activities during the coronavirus outbreak
 Social distancing, keeping businesses open and in-work activities during the coronavirus outbreak from HSE.gov.uk Social distancing In these extraordinary times, HSE is constantly reviewing the fast-moving situation with our partners across government to support the national effort...
HSE updates advice on tight-fitting respirators
HSE updates advice on tight-fitting respiratorsFrom IOSH MagazineThe UK's Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has issued fresh guidance on the correct way to wear a respirator and carry out a fit check.Aimed at the healthcare sector, which is relying on respiratory protective...
New Guidance updates from HSE on Covid-19, Working from home,mental health, respirators, COMAH
HSE's Weekly Digest e-bulletin: 30 April 2020    ...

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