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Waste electronics – costly, complex and far from comfortable

Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) is the elephant in the room. A quick scan of recent news articles pulls up a plethora of missed targets, new legislation and illegal exportation more
Energy & Waste Management

“Unprecedented level of engagement” for EU-OSHA’s dangerous substances campaign

The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) has had an extraordinary level of engagement with its 2018-19 campaign ‘Healthy Workplaces Manage Dangerous Substances’ more
Health & Safety

Keeping safe whilst working at height this winter

Stuart Pierpoint, HCL, highlights some of the issues to be aware of and provides some top tips to help mitigate risks for those working at height at this time of year more
Process Safety

Improving workplace health and safety with wearable technology

Implementing AI and wearable technology, businesses can move towards improving both productivity and accuracy while enhancing worker safety, as Axel Schmidt, ProGlove, explains more

IOSH urges new Government to provide health and safety assurance for the 2020s

The global Chartered body for safety and health professionals has urged the UK Government to provide assurance and certainty on the future of the UK’s health and safety system more
Health & Safety

Survey shines light on technology’s ability to increase safety and improve operational risk management

Sphera has released the latest results of its annual Process Safety Management/Operational Risk Management survey more
Hazardous Area

The hunt is on for the engineers of the future

The Oxfordshire Advanced Skills training centre is on the hunt for more than 100 engineers of the future to fill apprenticeship places more

NEBOSH announces Ambassador Appointment

Lord Jordan of Bournville has been announced as a NEBOSH Ambassador in a newly improved programme from one of the world’s leading health and safety exam boards more

How to avoid counterfeits within the electronic component industry?

Counterfeit components are a huge threat to electronic supply chains globally. Here, Amy Leary, marketing manager at, discusses how to avoid counterfeits more

Alarming your tank farm

Gary Bradshaw, director at alarm annunciator specialist Omniflex, explains why many sites that fall within the scope of the Control of Major Hazards (COMAH) regulations more
Hazardous Area

Shocking video of an Arc Flash highlights lack of awareness around potential killer

Mark Lant, technical expert at ProGARM, explains exactly what an Arc Flash is, how it differs from an electric shock, and how to protect workers. more
Health & Safety

R&D departments must prepare for surge in activity

R&D managers have much work to do to prepare for an imminent increase in workloads, according to new research by Ayming, the business performance consultancy specialising in innovation more

New guidance to tackle workplace killer

A new resource to help workers protect themselves from dangerous diesel engine exhaust emissions (DEEEs) has been launched by IOSH more

Tool donation helps young apprentices work safer

Super Rod has donated 40 safety tool kits to apprentices at Edinburgh College, as part of the company’s industry-recognised campaign more
Health & Safety

How organisations can better support lone workers and reduce mental ill-health risk

Long working hours, isolation and extended periods of time away from home could be putting workers at risk of developing mental health issues such as anxiety and depression more
Health & Safety

Arc Flash standards 101 – all you need to know about the latest regulations

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is widely acknowledged to be the last line of defence for workers, meaning that understanding the different standards governing PPE is of vital importance more

The trouble with stubble

George Elliott, senior application engineer for the Personal Safety Division at 3M speaks to us about how facial hair is affecting respiratory protection more

Bull launches new access control site solution

Bull Products, a manufacturer of life-saving fire protection equipment, is taking construction safety to new heights, with the launch of a new access control solution more

Orbital chooses SKF technology for world’s most powerful tidal turbine

SKF has developed a power train for the world’s most powerful tidal turbine, capable of generating 2MW, being developed by Scotland-based Orbital Marine Power more

How to avoid metal contamination in ready meal production

Phil Brown, managing & sales director of Fortress Technology Europe, discusses the risks that might make food operators with multiple preparation and cooking processes more vulnerable more
Process Safety

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