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London bus firm fined after workers death

Published on 17/02/2017

Bus company Go Ahead London has been sentenced after worker was killed when he fell from a ladder.

HSE to make cost recovery dispute process fully independent

Published on 9/02/2017

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has announced that it is to consult on proposals to make its cost recovery scheme dispute process fully independent.

Send For Help Certified to new Lone Worker Standard

Published on 7/02/2017

Lone worker protection provider, Send For Help, has been successfully audited against the latest version of BS 8484:2016, the standard for the provision of lone worker device services.

Fencing business owners receive suspended sentences after worker injury

Published on 3/02/2017

The two owners of Kidderminster based fencing firm Hoo Farm Fencing have been given suspended sentences after a worker was hit by timber posts and frames which fell from a fork lift truck.

New mental health programme to reduce stigma in construction

Published on 2/02/2017

The British Safety Council and Health in Construction Leadership Group (HCLG) have launched the Mates in Mind programme in a bid to raise awareness about poor mental health in the construction industry.

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