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INCLUSIVE PPE CAMPAIGN

One size really doesn’t fit all

Health and Safety Manager, Thomas Morris (Cert IOSH) on the far-reaching effects of ill-fitting PPE. Read More

New flexible working legislation – what does it mean?

Alex Watson, Partner and Employment Lawyer at Fieldfisher unpicks the new regulation around flexible working. Read More

THE AGING WORKFORCE

In praise of older workers

Dr Karen McDonnell, RoSPA’s Occupational Health and Safety Policy Adviser, discusses the benefits of having older workers and the considerations Read More

in court

Company fined after worker fractures skull

A solar panel installation company has been fined after a worker fell and sustained life-changing injuries. Read More

Network connections: Safety & Health in Fibre Telecoms Group (SHiFT) Conference

The inaugural Health & Safety Conference for the Telecoms Sector brought together 200 of the Sectors OSH professionals and telecoms leaders. Read More

Artificial Intelligence

How will AI transform health and safety?

What are the practical uses of AI in health and safety, and what next steps can HS professionals take in using AI-driven data? Read More

EHS Congress

James Macpherson on risk: ‘More of the same won’t work’

For this year's EHS Congress, taking place between 22-24 May, we speak to Risk Fluent's James Macpherson ahead of his talk at the event. Read More

in court

Metal processing firm fined after man suffers life changing injuries

A metal processing company has been fined £12,000 after an employee sustained life changing injuries at a premises in Oldbury, West Midlands. Read More

ANALYSIS

Infrastructure safety: Learning from Baltimore

Kevin Barr on why the Baltimore bridge collapse should trigger a new approach to the safety and integrity of large infrastructure. Read More

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Engineering firm fined following worker’s death

An engineering and services company has been fined following the death of a worker. Read More