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Severn Trent Water streamlines critical alert processes with ANT Telecom’s dedicated digital radio platform

Severn Trent is further improving safety for its lone workers by deploying a Dedicated Radio Platform solution from ANT Telecom more

New mentoring system to help OSH professionals give and receive support

IOSH has launched a new platform to put occupational safety and health professionals in touch with one another for the purpose of sharing expertise, knowledge and development opportunities more

Engineering company fined for exposing workers to the risk of dermatitis

An engineering company has been fined for failing to control the risk of its employees developing dermatitis following exposure to metalworking fluid more

Sheffield company fined £700,000 after worker killed

Chesterfield Special Cylinders Ltd has been fined £700,000 for safety breaches after a 64-year-old worker was fatally wounded by shrapnel ejected from testing equipment 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

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

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

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

18th Edition: A greener era for electrical safety

Michael Kenyon, Bureau Veritas, explains why the 18th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations new framework is helping to raise safety standards more

HSE releases annual injury and ill-health statistics for Great Britain

The number of injuries and incidents of ill-health in workplaces across Great Britain is still too high, new statistics show more

NEBOSH seeks international Examiners for new-look International General Certificate

NEBOSH, a leading provider of health, safety and environmental qualifications, is recruiting international Examiners more

Recycling company fined after employee suffers amputation

A waste recycling company has been fined after an employee lost part of his arm in a conveyor belt more

Spotting the signs of asbestos in an industrial setting

In this article, Abigail Morrison, senior associate solicitor at JMW Solicitors, provides an overview of spotting asbestos in industrial settings more

Wales Health at Work partnership launched

Two of the biggest health issues facing Wales’ working population – wellbeing and mental health and musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) – were being explored at a multi-agency conference in Llandudno more

Indoor air quality a major contributor to sick building syndrome

Facilities Managers are being urged to consider the benefits of a reliable ventilation system more

Manufacturing company fined after employee loses fingers

A manufacturing company has been fined after a worker’s hand was damaged whilst carrying out machinery repairs more

NEBOSH signs Memorandum of Understanding with Mental Health UK

To mark World Mental Health Day 2019 NEBOSH has announced plans to work with Mental Health UK more

Palletways earns RoSPA Silver Award for health and safety best-practice

Palletways, Europe’s largest and fastest growing express palletised freight network, has received a prestigious RoSPA award in recognition of the health and safety practices more

In its sixth year, DHF initiative, Gate Safety Week becomes Gate Safety Month

Door & Hardware Federation (DHF) has announced that its automated gate safety campaign, Gate Safety Week, has become Gate Safety Month more

Unite backs campaign to cut killer dust emissions in the UK

Unite, the UK and Ireland’s largest union, is strongly backing a new campaign o force the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to halve the legally permissible exposure level to silica dust more

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