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Plan to regulate construction professionals to reduce building failures post-Grenfell
 The government’s forthcoming building safety regulator will hold a register of individuals and firms deemed qualified to act as “principal designers”, “principal contractors” and “building safety co-ordinators”, as part of a far-reaching post-Grenfell plan to reduce the risk...
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...
Crane firm in court over accident which left joiner with fractured skull and 85 stitches in his face
 Crane firm in court over accident which left joiner with fractured skull and 85 stitches in his faceT J Crane Hire Ltd, of Wrexham, denies a charge under the Health and Safety at Work ActBy Elwyn Roberts 17:56, 10 APR 2019 A self-employed joiner suffered serious head injuries and...
'One of those accidents that happen, basically' - Council reacts after worker breaks leg in fall
'One of those accidents that happen, basically' - Council reacts after worker breaks leg in fall Concerns have been raised over working conditions at a council after an employee broke his leg after slipping on ice.It has emerged the Newcastle Borough Council worker suffered the...
Dropped Object Risks in Offshore Wind Energy Industry
  DROPPED OBJECTS REMAIN A NEGLECTED HAZARD IN OFFSHORE WIND Dropped object incidents continue to threaten technician safety, financial performance and stakeholder reputation – but the sector lags behind on reporting and mitigation Amsterdam, 23rd October 2018 – Dropsafe,...
Senior Managers have safety fears in Oil & Gas Sector
 Senior Managers have safety fears.May 1, 2018 from: http://oilfiredup.com/senior-managers-safety-fears-33750Within the oil and gas sector, according to a recent study, a quarter of senior managers believe safety management is not effective.Risk management firm DNV GL released the ‘State...
HSE eBulletin - Feb 2018 (Risk, Flour,Training, Jobs)
Latest news from HSE... and get your guide to controlling risks in the workplaceHSE eBulletin service sent this bulletin at 16-02-2018 11:00 AM GMT ...
Road Accidents Biggest Killer of Teenagers
 Road accidents biggest global killer of teenagers 5 hours ago From the BBCImage copyright Chananchida/Getty images Road traffic injuries are the biggest killer of teenagers globally, international data released by the World Health Organization reveals.In 2015, more than 1.2...
H&S Legal Expert - Tower Block Fire Fine reflects risk 'knowingly taken'
 Southwark tower block fire fine reflected authority's 'knowing risk', expert saysThe substantial fine imposed on a London local authority for safety failings ahead of a fatal tower block fire reflected the magnitude of the risk "knowingly taken" by the authority, an expert...
Fire Risk Assessment on farms storing grain
 Avoid fires on grain farmsFires are a serious farm hazard. Be prepared, and assess the risks of fire on your farm  By Shanyn Silinksi Published: March 16, 2017  If grain bins are not carefully monitored for temperature, there could be a silent disaster building inside....

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