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H&S COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK TO IMPROVE STANDARDS

H&S COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK TO IMPROVE STANDARDS

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) has revealed further details about the 69 competencies in its updated framework for the OSH profession. Expectations of professionals...
EGG PRODUCTION COMPANY FINED AFTER FORKLIFT INCIDENT

EGG PRODUCTION COMPANY FINED AFTER FORKLIFT INCIDENT

A Chorley company has been fined after a forklift truck (FLT) overturned on a slope trapping the driver. On 1 December 2018 an employee of Staveley’s Eggs Ltd had been driving the FLT at...
ENGINEERING FIRM FINED AFTER EMPLOYEE FINGER AMPUTATION

ENGINEERING FIRM FINED AFTER EMPLOYEE FINGER AMPUTATION

An electromagnetic brake manufacturing company was sentenced today after a worker suffered serious injuries to her arm and hand when she became entangled in a spindle drilling machine. On 28...
HAVS REMAINS A HIDDEN THREAT AMONGST UK WORKFORCE

HAVS REMAINS A HIDDEN THREAT AMONGST UK WORKFORCE

There are 2 million workers at risk of developing Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) in the UK, and currently 300 thousand people suffering advanced stages. Yet, the current regulations in place...
Cpl Joshua Hoole

FATAL MARCH OFFICER WAS ‘NOT HEALTH AND SAFETY TRAINED’

An experienced army officer who ran the course during which Cpl Joshua Hoole fatally collapsed on “the hottest day of the year” has told an inquest he had been given no formal health and...
Everton FC invests in evacuation equipment

Everton FC invests in evacuation equipment

Everton FC has made significant investment to ensure equality for all visitors, even though the club is set to relocate to a new stadium at Bramley Moore Dock on the Liverpool waterfront in the...
HILTI REPORT SUGGESTS ‘COMMON CODE NEEDED’ TO IMPROVE H&S STANDARDS

HILTI REPORT SUGGESTS ‘COMMON CODE NEEDED’ TO IMPROVE H&S STANDARDS

The UK construction industry could potentially improve health and safety standards by implementing a common code. That’s according to a new report by multinational construction technology,...
Roofing contractor sentenced for unsafe work at height

Roofing contractor sentenced for unsafe work at height

A roofing contractor has been sentenced for failing to take adequate precautions to prevent his workers falling from height and for breaching a prohibition notice. Llandudno Magistrates’...
BSI marks first ever World Food Safety Day

BSI marks first ever World Food Safety Day

Business improvement company BSI today welcomed the first ever World Food Safety Day, an initiative of the United Nations supported by the World Health Organization. World Food Safety Day raises...
Health and safety software firm set for growth

Health and safety software firm set for growth

A health and safety software company, whose products are used by leading names such as Coca-Cola, is set for growth with the help of a £200,000 loan from Lancashire Rosebud Finance, which is...

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