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Coronavirus: ‘Safety is going to help the recovery of the aviation sector’
 SHP talks to Amanda Owen, Safety, Health and Wellbeing Director at Heathrow Airport to learn about some of the practical and innovative solutions being implemented to eliminate and reduce risks, and to ensure passengers feel confident to fly again when the current coronavirus controls are...
IOSH study identifies safety management challenges of using contractors
 Cranfield, England — Understanding how safety can be managed effectively and enhanced via business relationships is key when outsourcing work among various industries and job sectors, concludes a recent study funded and published by the Institution of Occupational Safety and...
PASSERBY SHOPPED WINDOW CLEANERS' UNSAFE WORK
 A window cleaner has been ordered to pay £20,000 for unsafe work at height after a member of the public photographed his team balancing on a 45cm ledge with no safety protection.Men employed by Henry Robertson Ronald Brown, trading as Ronnie Brown Window Cleaning, were cleaning...
Festive period travel: Keeping employees safe over Christmas
 Festive period travel: Keeping employees safe over ChristmasDuring the festive period, many workers change the way that they travel to and from work.There’s the work Christmas party for one thing, which could be mean some later than usual travel. If there are shifts to be worked on bank...
No clarity on PPE rules under no-deal Brexit as alarm raised on fuel shortages
 The no-deal Brexit that prime minister Boris Johnson’s government is actively preparing for would leave the PPE sector trading in uncertainty, with the current system of CE marking and harmonised product standards likely to remain in place without a legal underpinning.The “transition...
Digital design apps can help make building projects safer for construction workers, researchers say
 Glasgow, Scotland — Construction project designers can create safer buildings and enhance their knowledge of common design-related hazards by using multimedia digital apps that help identify, prevent and mitigate risks to construction workers, researchers from Glasgow Caledonian...
£350,000 fine after director blown off school roof in 150 km/h winds
 Construction contractor Bowmer and Kirkland has been fined £350,000 for its failings as principal contractor in a case where the director of a subcontractor was blown off the roof of a school building, falling 11 m and sustaining serious injuries. Bowmer and Kirkland was heading the...
Internaitonal Safety Awards 2020 launched by British Safety Council
 International Safety Awards 2020 are launchedBritish Safety Council launches new categories of International Safety Awards to celebrate the achievements of individuals and organisations who campaign to transform health, safety and wellbeingThe British Safety Council’s International Safety...
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