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MENTAL WELLBEING CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED BY RUGBY LEGENDS

Published on 22/03/2019

Rugby icons Richard Hill MBE, Roger Uttley OBE and the Harlequins’ Mark Lambert, joined global recruitment consultancy Robert Walters and Movember in launching their world-wide employee wellbeing initiative – ‘Break the Cycle’.

 

Home Bargains fined £50k after lorry driver death

Published on 21/03/2019

T J Morris has been fined £50,000 for failing to provide a full risk assessment for lorry deliveries at its Dudley store.

 

INSPIRATIONAL SPEAKER LINE-UP FOR SAFETY & HEALTH EXPO 2019

Published on 20/03/2019

Safety & Health Expo has announced its line-up of inspirational speakers set to entertain and inform at ExCeL London on 18-20 June 2019.


Robert Walters challenges staff to ‘Break the Cycle

Published on 15/03/2019

Global specialist recruiter Robert Walters Group has announced plans for their world-wide employee wellbeing initiative - #BreakTheCycle.

PROSECUTION AFTER OVERHEAD POWER LINE STRIKE INCIDENT

Published on 13/03/2019

Options Energy Resource LLP has been fined after an employee was killed by an overhead power line strike.

 

DOUBLE PROSECUTION OVER PAPER MILL TRAGEDY

Published on 11/03/2019

Two companies have been fined after a worker suffered fatal crush injuries when he was struck by a shovel loader.

 

NEBOSH secures retender for HSE qualification

Published on 7/03/2019

Following an open and competitive retender process, NEBOSH has been chosen to provide an accredited postgraduate-level qualification for new Health and Safety Executive (HSE) inspectors. 

 

FM company appoints Mental Health First-Aider

Published on 6/03/2019

Facilities management company The Westgrove Group has appointed its first site-based Mental Health First-Aider.



CULTURE UNMASKED IN BEST AND WORST NHS HOSPITAL TRUSTS

Published on 28/02/2019

A new report published by Pulse UK, finds stark trends in the workforce culture of the best and worst performing hospital trusts. Key findings include staff at ‘inadequate’ hospital trusts being 20% less likely to believe their trust prioritises patient care than at ‘outstanding’ trusts. 

 

Council prosecuted after wall collapses onto child

Published on 27/02/2019

Basildon Borough Council has been sentenced after a brick boundary wall it part-owned collapsed and seriously injured a six-year-old girl.

 

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