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Blue Monday: ‘77% of employees consider themselves stressed at work’

iHASCO is encouraging all UK organisations to break the stigma surrounding mental ill-health with its Mental Health Awareness course. Read More

Safety and Health Expo 2020

Kineo will exhibit at Safety and Health Expo 2020

Kineo, a training provider, will be exhibiting in this year’s Safety and Health Expo at ExCeL London from 19-21 May 2020. Read More

Arco Innovation Award

Arco Innovation Award finalists to gather for demonstration day

The final five start-ups of the Arco Innovation Award have been selected and announced. It’s now time to look ahead to the demonstration day – one of the final elements of the judgement process. Read More

food news

Pret A Manger pleads not guilty to food allergy offence

Pret A Manger pleads not guilty to a food safety offence after a student customer reported having an allergic reaction to a sandwich. Read More

in court

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. Read More

SHP top 5

SHP weekly top five

SHP’s most-read articles this week includes: Worker killed on his first day, top 10 health & safety prosecutions of 2019, roofing firm fined £28k, company fined after Heathrow airport injury, fine after manufacturing worker’s hand crushed, and much more... Read More

Food safety

Food safety news round-up: Nine-month prison sentence for a woman for failing to comply with food hygiene regulations and a takeaway restaurant guilty of five offences

A vegetarian curry restaurant, Saravanaa Bhavan in Tooting, London was fined and ordered to close for cockroach infestation. Read More


CIOB launches anti-anxiety service for its members

Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) has launched a new service aimed at supporting members suffering from anxiety, stress, or anxiety-based depression. Read More

Fire report

‘Toxic culture’ in English fire services, according to new report

Fire services in England suffer from a "toxic" culture, with some firefighters not treating colleagues with "enough humanity". Read More

In court

Company fined after airport baggage handler suffers skull fractures and brain injury

A company providing a range of airline ground support services has been fined after an employee fell from a height of more than two metres. Read More