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Fall protection specification-switching: a risk too far?

By James Sainsbury, Fall Protection Sales leader, MSA

Cleaning gutters and windows, accessing or installing solar panels, servicing ventilation and air conditioning, inspecting roofing – these are ... more


Status Instruments

Any industry, heavy or light, from farming to power generation, will make use of monitoring, display and control systems and each industry will present its own set of requirements and problems.

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The Silex – No Compromise

Bollé Safety continues to innovate with the new SILEX. Without compromise, these safety glasses are extremely comfortable, perform at every level, are very stylish and offer exceptional value. Due to ... more

Meet 300+ suppliers and hear from Siemens and Bosch at Safety & Health Expo on 18-20 June

Safety & Health Expo, the UK’s biggest event for health and safety professionals, takes place in just five weeks at ExCeL London on 18- 20 June.

The exhibition, together with its free-to-attend ... more


BSRIA successfully extends the scope of its UKAS accreditation for sampling Formaldehyde & TVOCs

BSRIA has successfully extended the scope of its UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service) accreditation for sampling Formaldehyde and Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOC)  more

Three colleagues each win individual RoSPA awards for inspirational safety

Three colleagues working for drainage and utility specialist Lanes Group have each won national awards for their inspirational dedication to the health and safety of others more

Company fined after employee’s hand severed by machinery

A company that specialises in the design and manufacture of aluminium access systems for the aviation industry has been fined after an employee suffered serious injuries when using a chop saw more

Health issues caused by vibration and noise exposure seen as 'an inevitable part of the job’

Health risks to workers caused by excessive noise and vibration exposure will be addressed at an upcoming conference organised by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) more
Health & Safety

Waste management company fined after employee killed

Sanders Plant and Waste Management Limited have been fined after an employee was fatally injured when he was struck by a reversing JCB loading shovel more

Hundreds of BP employees to study bespoke NEBOSH qualifications

BP, one of the world’s largest energy providers, has chosen to partner with NEBOSH in the development of two new bespoke qualifications for its employees more

100 headtorches for 100 new field staff

Relocation to the North West has proven to be a good move for Hasman. Investment in larger premises means the business now delivers industry approved training and apprenticeships more

Fall protection: it is too important to be an afterthought

Considering height safety system design from the very outset of a building project is vital to improving aesthetics, usability and most importantly, minimising risk more
Health & Safety

Flowtech supports BPMA’s drive for correct CE marking

Flowtech Water Solutions is keen to highlight the fact that CE Marking is not solely incumbent upon the original pump manufacturers more
Test & Certification

50th anniversary for airflow control pioneer

TEL, the UK based pioneer of the fume hood airflow controls and monitors critical to the respiratory protection of laboratory workers worldwide, this year celebrates its 50th anniversary more

Sickness absence picks up in manufacturing

Make UK, the manufacturers’ organisation, has published its latest Absence Benchmark, the annual survey of days missed by employees due to sickness in the manufacturing industry more

Businesses urged to save lives by promoting good sun safety

Thousands of skin cancer cases in the UK could be prevented if businesses develop ‘sun safety strategies’, the leading chartered body for health and safety professionals warns today more
Health & Safety

Celebrating 100 years of the spherical roller bearing

Originally developed in 1919 by an SKF engineer, Arvid Palmgren, the spherical roller bearing (SRB) has since made its mark worldwide more

New global partnership to prioritise safety in the future of manufacturing

As new manufacturing techniques are increasingly adopted and automated, the things we make and the people that make them are increasingly exposed to risk more

New for old?

To repair or to replace an electric motor is a decision that often crops up in industrial settings and is one that should be given due consideration more

Top tips to keep your belts in business

Insight from ERIKS estimates that incorrectly installing and maintaining belt drives accounts for 98 per cent of premature failures more

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