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Published on 22/01/2019

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has appointed two new experts to its independent Workplace Health Expert Committee (WHEC). 


Affordable courses offered to Midlands’ small businesses

Published on 17/01/2019

Castle Donington-based health & safety specialist Harrier has announced its latest programme of health & safety training courses, with a particular focus on charities and small businesses.

New Farming attitudes needed says HSE

Published on 14/01/2019

Farmers are being told they must pay closer attention to how they manage workplace risk or face serious penalties. 


Spanset acquires stake in CoreRFID

Published on 10/01/2019

SpanSet, a Swiss multinational which produces lifting and height safety products - has acquired a stake in Skelmersdale-based software firm CoreRFID. 




Workplace wellbeing – is it working?

Published on 9/01/2019

The latest research from the British Safety Council has revealed that employee wellbeing is being compromised by a lack of understanding of how to implement effective programmes. 


IIRSM grows and diversifies the expertise of its Council

Published on 7/01/2019

The International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM) announced the re-election of key Council Members and the election of several new additions at its Annual General Meeting last month. 

NEBOSH CEO to travel to Bahrain for keynote address

Published on 3/01/2019

NEBOSH Chief Executive, Ian Taylor, will deliver a keynote address at the ASSP Middle Eastern Chapter’s Professional Development Conference and Exhibition in the Kingdom of Bahrain.


Tomorrow’s Health & Safety Awards 2019 – Make your Vote Count

Published on 2/01/2019

Voting for the Tomorrow’s Health & Safety Awards 2019 is now open. Entering their fifth successful year, our awards celebrate the best products and services the industry has to offer.

Employment reforms tackle “unacceptable” worker treatment

Published on 17/12/2018

Workplace reforms announced by the UK Government can help prevent “major issues” such as employees turning up for work too ill or tired, the chartered body for safety and health professionals has said. 


Mock Trial helps construction team master H&S

Published on 14/12/2018

‏Woodhead Group has hosted a ‘mock trial’ of a serious on-site accident, to highlight the importance of robust health and safety policies.‏


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