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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...
UK Government new law to raise health and safety protection for tenants
Government welcomes landmark law which will improve the safety of tenants Heather Wheeler MP has welcomed a new law to help boost standards in rented homes.Published 20 December 2018From:...
Respect the Edge - New Rail Industry Safety Campaign aimed at child safety
 The rail industry is putting out a fresh warning to school pupils and their parents to not take rail safety for granted. With the new school term, the rail industry is asking passengers to Respect the Edge by: Keeping away from the edge of the train platform, regardless of whether there...
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...
Serious injuries to construction worker as British Standard for edge protection not used
 Fall bag plunge causes scaffolding pole injuries1 May 2018A construction worker who fell onto a scaffolding pole as he was removing fall arrest bags from a school site would not have sustained his injuries had the British standard for edge protection been implemented. Image credit:...
RSSB has published it's plan for a safer railway in UK
 A better, safer railway - RSSB has published its 2018-19 Business PlanRSSB provides the whole rail industry with the insight, analysis, tools and support it needs to deliver a safe, sustainable and effective railway.Mark Phillips, RSSB Chief Executive, said:“Our new Business Plan sets out...
2 killed at road/rail crossing collision
Barns Green level crossing tragedy kills two as car is hit by train near HorshamTWO PEOPLE are dead after a car was hit by a train at a level crossing in Barns Green, West Sussex, this morning.By Belinda RobinsonPUBLISHED: 11:47, Sat, Feb 17, 2018| UPDATED: 13:02, Sat, Feb 17, 2018 Eddie...
Red Arrows ejection seat firm guilty of safety failings causing pilots death
 Red Arrows ejection seat firm guilty over RAF Scampton death 22 January 2018 from the BBC January 2018 Image copyright Ministry of Defence Image caption Flt Lt Sean Cunningham died after being ejected from his aircraft in 2011 An ejection seat firm has admitted...
Jaguar Land Rover workers tell inquest of moment colleague died
 Jaguar Land Rover workers describe moment colleague died at factoryThe father-of-three was operating the system, which is used to take away excess water in the booths where cars are paintedByCathrina HulseJames Rodger Advanced Content Writer from:...
Suicide on the Railway - BSC supports play - 31 hours
 British Safety Council supports 31 Hours, a play about suicide and mental health on the UK rail network The British Safety Council has endorsed the production of 31 Hours at The Bunker Theatre in London recognising the importance of its subject - the reluctance and inability of men in...

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