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Sentencing following major explosion at cheese factory

Published on 17/08/2012

The First Milk Cheese Company Ltd has been prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) following an explosion at its dairy factory.

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Eurosafe to judge fall protection systems

Published on 15/08/2012

Eurosafe Solutions has secured a new contract to manage the testing and inspection of fall protection systems for 70 judicial buildings across England and Wales.

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Advice to make you sick

Published on 13/08/2012

Jeff Charlton, Principle Consultant at Kent-based Building Forensics, is challenging what he believes is dangerously unfounded and unscientific advice regarding the removal and control of mould.

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HSE endorses powered gate campaigners

Published on 13/08/2012

The HSE has welcomed the work of powered gate industry campaigners working hard to raise safety standards in the industry.

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10 Questions with...

Published on 9/08/2012

Bryan Lawrie, Sales Director of Arco Ltd., answers the Tomorrow's Health & Safety 10 Questions.

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Stayin' alive

Published on 8/08/2012

Earlier this year, CPR got the kiss of life with a new campaign from the British Heart Foundation that took our TV screens, and hopefully our memory, by storm.

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Is flexibility the future?

Published on 7/08/2012

Emma Clark, Senior Associate at Fox Solicitors, advises on the advantages and pitfalls of remote working.

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Classified information

Published on 6/08/2012

Paul Sambrook, Group Commercial Director at Servest Multi Service Group, spoke to us about the recent GHS update.

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Problems with the corporate manslaughter act

Published on 3/08/2012

Jonathan Grimes, a partner at Kinglsey Napley LLP who specialises in health & safety law, explains why this piece of legislation is not being used to it's full potential.

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Changing negative stereotypes

Published on 2/08/2012

Stereotypes can sometimes work in favour of a place or location, especially when it comes to attitudes to work. Think German efficiency, Japanese loyalty or Italian passion. However, the city of Liverpool suffers from a different problem and business leaders believe negative stereotypes still act as a barrier to success and could have a lasting effect on the city.

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