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SHP Legislation update eBook
 SHP legislation update eBookSHP’s latest legislation eBook, published in May 2019, covers recognition of mental health issues in the workplace, the reclassification of mild welding fume as a human carcinogen, new manslaughter definitive guidelines, PPE, Brexit, drone safety regulations...
Health & Safety Lawyer urges better management of fleet risk
 Health and safety lawyer urges fleets to manage risk13/05/2019 in Fleet Industry News Health and safety lawyer Michael Appleby says many companies are compliant with work-related road safety legislation, but are failing to effectively manage vehicles, drivers and journeys on...
Disqualified directors ignored regulators' warnings about asbestos handling
from IOSH Magazine OnlineDisqualified directors ignored regulators’ warnings about asbestos handling16 July 2018Three directors who demonstrated “appalling” failures in the management of asbestos, exposing employees, the public and the environment to the carcinogenic material, have been...
Australians protest about having to wear bike helmets
Australian cyclists risk fines with helmet-optional protest ridesFreestyle Cyclists has organised protest rides in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Wellington Naaman Zhou@naamanzhou  Cyclists across Australia will ride without helmets on Saturday to protest against mandatory...
Two occupational health and safety appeal decisions for Canadians to be aware of
 Two occupational health and safety appeal decisions to be aware of (Canada)July 11 2018 from : https://www.internationallawoffice.com/Newsletters/Employment-Benefits/Canada/Fasken/Two-occupational-health-and-safety-appeal-decisions-to-be-aware-of Occupational health and safety...
How can we make safety improvements if we always have to wait to EU to legislate?
 “Indeed we seem to have gone backwards since the last Chequers meeting in February, when I described my frustrations, as Mayor of London, in trying to protect cyclists from juggernauts. We had wanted to lower the cabin windows to improve visibility; and even though such designs were...
US Bill aims to change 14 hour clock for drivers
 House Bill Aims to Bend 14-Hour Clock for Truck DriversMarch 30, 2018By David CullenA newly proposed bill would allow truck drivers a daily break of up to 3 consecutive hours that would not eat into the 14-hour on-duty allotment afforded them by federal Hours of Service...
‘Potentially Lethal’ Blaze Leads to Record Fine for Landlord
‘Potentially Lethal’ Blaze Leads to Record Fine for LandlordA management firm and corporate landlord are facing record fines after a ‘potentially lethal’ blaze took place in their London flat.The £250,000 fine marks the largest ever in a fire safety prosecution case brought by London...
New rules spark sharp rise in health and safety fines
 New rules spark sharp rise in health and safety fines 8 May 2017 From the BBC Image copyright Getty Images The amount UK firms paid out in health and safety fines rose sharply last year following the introduction of tougher rules, new research...
Scientists concerned about proposed changes in laws on US public health, safety and environment
 House Bills Would Undermine Science, Cripple Public Health and Safety ProtectionsStatement by Andrew Rosenberg, Director, Center for Science and Democracy, Union of Concerned ScientistsWASHINGTON (March 28, 2017)—This week, the U.S. House will vote on two bills that would constrain the...

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