H&S News

The latest health & safety news, innovations, products and more.

IOSH courses support mission to maintain peace in Afghanistan

Published on 13/02/2019

Scotland-based IED Training Solutions has become the first UK training consultancy to deliver IOSH-approved courses in Afghanistan.

International Safety Awards 2019 Winners

Published on 11/02/2019

The British Safety Council has revealed the winners of its prestigious 2019 International Safety Awards.

Raising the bar on overhead damage prevention

Published on 8/02/2019

Workplace safety innovators, A-SAFE, are pushing impact aversion solutions to new heights of technological sophistication.

Mates in Mind: ‘Collaborative approach to mental health needed’

Published on 7/02/2019

Encouraged by growing industry support for prioritising mental health in the workplace, Mates in Mind renews its call to industry leaders to take a joined-up approach to addressing mental health. 




In the SafeZone

Published on 5/02/2019

An indoor positioning solution from CriticalArc is helping campus police to provide effective incident management at an American university, ensuring a safer learning environment for all.

Mental health effects can last years after getting the physical all-clear for cancer

Published on 4/02/2019

On World Cancer Day today, RedArc Nurses are warning employers to be extra vigilant about the mental wellbeing of those employees dealing with cancer in the workplace. 


Published on 30/01/2019

SiteZone Safety, a supplier of proximity warning systems, has hired Gareth Evans as its new Business Development Executive. 


Birmingham workers suffer twice as many fatal accidents at work

Published on 29/01/2019

Workers in the city of Birmingham suffer twice as many fatal accidents at work compared to the rest of the country, according to research from payroll and HR expert Moorepay. 


Conference to explore life-changing impact of workplace injuries

Published on 28/01/2019

The life-changing impact of workplace injuries and the latest initiatives to protect workers will be explored at a conference organised by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health’s (IOSH) Isle of Man Branch on Wednesday 6 March.


Calls for UK to Stay in European H&S Regime Post Brexit

Published on 23/01/2019

Britain’s manufacturers are calling for the current health & safety landscape to be maintained when the UK leaves the European Union, with existing worker production and legislative requirements continuing to be transferred into UK law to avoid cost and disruption to business.




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