Ergonomics


London’s Air Ambulance: Training teams to operate in high pressure environments

Air ambulance teams have to operate in unfamiliar environments, thinking on their feet to provide treatment that could be the difference between life and death. Safety & Health Expo provided a look into how the charity rises to meet these challenges. Read More

Coping with the moving target of high rise buildings

Simpler and more readily-available information is needed for firefighters and residents to react to fires and other emergencies within high rise buildings, says US fire expert Curtis Massey. Read More

Sir Clive Woodward: how technology helped England win the Rugby World Cup

Data and technology helped England win the Rugby World Cup,says Sir Clive Woodward. Read More

Poor vehicle maintenance leads to fine

A Devon based construction company has been fined for failing to suitably maintain their fleet of lorry MEWPs. Read More

Company fined after worker killed

A company which manufactures freshly prepared meals has been fined £176,000 following an incident in which an employee was killed after being struck by empty food trays. Read More

DuPont Partners with EU-OSHA to Promote Safer Management of Dangerous Substances

As many as 80,000 cancer deaths a year are attributed to work with carcinogenic substances in the EU according to the EU Roadmap on carcinogens. Read More

SHP debate: Does health and safety have an image problem?

How is health and safety viewed now – by workers, employers, the press, and the public: SHP Debate. Read More

Conversation, not compliance, the key to driving H&S improvements

A collaborative approach to finding alternative ways of working brings better results and a happier workforce, says Malcolm Bryce-Stafford, EHS Manager at Gatwick Airport. Read More

How to create a culture of personal safety to protect lone workers

Employers need to take more proactive steps to ensure that processes are in place to protect lone workers, Saskia Garner, Policy Officer at The Suzy Lamplugh Trust told the Safety & Health Expo. Read More

Tall building fire safety management essential in wake of Grenfell

Chartered fire engineer Russ Timpson has affirmed management in tall building fire safety was imperative in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster. Read More


Sign up to free email newsletters

Job Search

Search for health and safety jobs

Product and Services Search

Search for health and safety product and service suppliers

Downloads

The Road to Wellbeing eBook – British Safety Council

Discover how TagEvac uses SHE as a crucial part of its marketing

Why FACE-TO-FACE events are good for better business

Barbour Model Policy: Wellbeing

The Road to Wellbeing eBook

Poll

Mental Health is...
a current part of my role in health and safety
59%
27
run by another department, but I contribute to policy
20%
9
nothing to do with my department
22%
10

Partners