Ergonomics


NEBOSH CEO Ian Taylor to deliver keynote address in Bahrain

Ian Taylor will deliver a keynote address at the ASSP Middle Eastern Chapter’s Professional Development Conference and Exhibition next week. Read More

Women in Health & Safety event: ‘Working at height effected the audience in a variety of ways’

The next Women in Health and Safety networking event, open to both men and women and free to attend, takes place in Redhill, Surrey on November 5. Read More

Shoreham air crash: “Serious negligence” from pilot led to the crash

Andy Hill was performing aerobatics when his Hawker Hunter jet crashed on to the A27 in Sussex during the Shoreham Air Show, killing 11 men. Read More

Legionella risk assessments for hospitality & leisure

If you are the hotel manager, maintenance manager or property owner you have a legal responsibility and accountability to ensure that occupiers of your premises are suitably protected from water safety risk. You may have appointed, or been appointed as, the Responsible Person. Read More

Construction industry charity gives out £1.25m to help workers

New figures released by the charity show it received calls from a total of 1,662 families and construction workers in crisis last year. Read More

Safety innovation: Using NFC and QR technology to identify risk

SHP continues its safety technology innovation series with Airsweb Product Development Director, Rob Leech. This time we look at how the company is utilising existing NFC and QR Code technology for the benefit of contract workers. Read More

Council in court after worker’s head trapped

Investigating, the HSE found there was an overall failure to adequately monitor work activities at the site. Read More

SHP weekly top five

Are escape rooms safe? 5 rules for incident reporting, healthcare safety breach, cold snap, 2019 safety tech trends and much more. Read More

Quarry worker suffered serious entanglement injury

A new employee of Tudor Griffiths Limited was injured on his first day working at the quarry. Read More

MP calls for low-level letterboxes to be banned to avoid back strain

Chelmsford MP Vicky Ford said her Low-Level Letter Boxes (Prohibition) Bill would “stop developers from building swathes of homes each with a letterbox placed near the ground”. Read More


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