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Number of directors prosecuted by HSE trebles in a year
 Number of directors prosecuted by HSE trebles in a yearThe number of company directors who have been prosecuted for health and safety offences by the HSE has trebled in a year, according to research from a law firm.from:...
70% rise in workplace deaths in Scotland
5th JulyShock over 70% rise in Scottish deaths in the workplace By Martin Williams @MWilliamsHT Senior News Reporter at https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/17750363.shock-70-rise-scottish-deaths-workplace/Louise Taggart is backing a campaign for company managers responsible for workplace...
Charities salm UK's "stagnating" record on road safety
Charities slam UK's "stagnating" record on road safety   James Fossdyke29/70219 from http://www.msn.com/en-gb/cars/news/charities-slam-uks-stagnating-record-on-road-safety/ar-AAETlmX?MSCC=1564399972&ocid=ientp Several safety charities have complained of a continuing...
Farming named as Britain's deadliest industry
 Safety plea as farming is named Britain’s deadliest industry  Johann Tasker03 July 2019 Agriculture is Britain’s deadliest industry – with one in five workplace fatalities occurring on farms, according to the latest figures.Some 32 people were killed or fatally injured...
NASC say scaffolding workers accidents are up 27% in 2018
Scaffolding accidents up by more than a quarter  by https://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/view/scaffolding-accidents-up-by-more-than-a-quarter3 hours NASC, the national access and scaffolding confederation, has published its annual safety report showing a 27% spike in the number of...
Shutdown Didn’t Stop Regulatory Chief From Moving Ahead on Rollback of Workplace Injury Reporting Ru
 With much of the regulatory process crimped by the partial government shutdown, labor and consumer groups are crying foul on the Friday release of a controversial final rule on workplace injury reporting by the Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration.The...
Fires on building work site on the rise and many are deliberate
 Fires on construction sites are on the rise, as are the number of fires being caused deliberately. What is driving these upward trends and how can contractors mitigate the risks? Lucy Alderson takes a look at the facts behind the figures....
Fires on building work site on the rise and many are deliberate
 Fires on construction sites are on the rise, as are the number of fires being caused deliberately. What is driving these upward trends and how can contractors mitigate the risks? Lucy Alderson takes a look at the facts behind the figures....
Scaffolding Accident Numbers Down in 2017
 The number of accidents and injuries reported by members of the National Access & Scaffolding Confederation (NASC) fell to a new low in 2017, the organisation says.The NASC 2018 Safety Report reveals there were just 17 major injuries recorded by members in 2017, down 37% from 27 in...
WHO figures on leading casues of death gloablly to young people
1.2million adolescents' deaths mostly preventable, report saysBy Meera Senthilingam, CNN Updated 0413 GMT (1213 HKT) May 16, 2017 (CNN)More than 1.2 million adolescents die every year around the world -- an average of 3,000 deaths per day -- from causes that are largely...

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