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Research: smartphones ‘should be considered DSE’

Employers need to consider use of smartphones in their DSE policies, new research has claimed. Read More

Gate crush death: Manslaughter verdict with ‘highly likely’ custodial sentence

A workman has been found guilty of manslaughter after a heavy metal gate he fitted fell on a woman. Read More

HSE prosecution: NHS Trust plead guilty to death of patient

Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust has pleaded guilty in relation to a Health and Safety Executive (HSE) prosecution. Read More

SHP and Safety & Health Expo unveil new team to take offering to the next level

SHP and Safety & Health Expo are at the start of a new journey as James Evison and Jonathan Lancaster […] Read More

IOSH: International safety chief to become president

Head of corporate safety at a major Hong Kong-based multinational rail operator has been elected to become president of IOSH. Read More

Careers advice: The responsibilities of the health and safety manager

New to health and safety and want to know the key skills and responsibilities of a manager in this sector? Read More

RoSPA Scotland Trophy for Edinburgh children’s hospital construction project

A construction firm has been handed RoSPA’s top Scottish safety award for its work on a new children’s hospital. Read More

Free place on skills event for SHP readers

Free space for an SHP reader to gain assess to skills insight from the Healthy Work Company. Read More

Firm fined £300k and told seat belt policy could have prevented death

A worker died after being crushed by a fork lift truck that overturned while he was driving it, and he wasn’t wearing a seat belt. Read More

Linen firm in court for insurance failure

A Manchester linen manufacturer has been fined for failing to provide Employers Liability (Compulsory) Insurance (ELCI). Read More