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Safety, rights and environmental standards at risk in ‘enforcement gap’, says report
 Unchecked.uk, a new campaign backed by 20 non-governmental organisations including the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) and RoSPA, is warning that “huge declines” in funding and staffing at regulatory agencies are creating a dangerous “enforcement gap”.The...
RoSPA's top tips for keeping kids safe at home
 RoSPA's top tips for keeping kids safe at home• Never leave trip hazards on the stairs and make sure stairs are well lit• Never hold a hot drink and a child at the same time• Ensure small objects such as marbles and peanuts and small toys are kept out of reach of children under...
Facts and Figures from RoSPA
Facts & Figures from RoSPA   April 2016Fatal injuriesThe number of workers fatally injured in work related accidents in 2014/15 was 142.This is equivalent to a rate of fatal injury of approx 0.46 in 100,000 workers. 1Of the main industrial sectors, construction, agriculture and...
Glasgow hosts first event on the health and safety system strategy for Great Britain roadshow
Leaders of Scottish business and supporting organisations are meeting today in Glasgow to discuss the development of Britain’s new strategy for workplace health and safety. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE), wants leading industry figures and key influencers to have a say in shaping...
RoSPA to deliver new fire safety and risk management course
Managers and supervisory staff with fire safety responsibilities in the workplace can strengthen their careers with a new course being run by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).   Aimed at professionals who want to ensure their organisation meets its fire safety...
Safety & Health Expo 2014 - 17th June London
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Tougher blind cord standard will save children’s lives, says RoSPA
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) has welcomed a major development in its campaign to stop window blinds posing a risk to young children.The safety charity hopes that a new, tougher, version of the European standard for internal blinds will help to stop toddlers being...
RoSPA Leads the way in education health and safety
 Published Wed, Feb 5th 2014  RoSPA leads the way in school health and safety management at the 2014 Education ShowRoSPA will be exhibiting in Hall 3, Stand A72, at the NEC in Birmingham, during the three days of the Education Show, which runs from Thursday, March 20 to Saturday,...
RoSPA urges families not to horse around with sky lanterns at Chinese New Year
Families marking the Chinese year of the horse are being urged to think hard about where and when they use sky lanterns by The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).The national safety charity is reminding people that wind conditions and location play a  crucial part in...
Withernsea Primary School at top of the class for safety management
A primary school in the East Riding of Yorkshire has become the first school to be awarded an A grade in RoSPA’s SchoolSafe programme.Withernsea Primary School recently underwent a review as part of the programme, which evaluates the systems that schools and academies have in place to ensure...

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