Oil and Gas


Legal update: Corporate manslaughter and gross negligence manslaughter

Kizzy Augustin, Partner at Russell-Cooke Solicitors, discusses the legislation surrounding Corporate manslaughter and gross negligence manslaughter, why we are seeing penalties increasing and she talks through some recent example cases. Read More

Gas Safety (Onshore): Employee Factsheet

Working with gas, or on something that could release gas or affect the ventilation of a gas appliance or ignite gas, is high risk. Risk assessment, control measures and the use of competent people is essential. Read More

Roofing partners fined for height risks

Both partners of a roofing company have been sentenced for unsafe work on a Bowls Club in Salisbury. Read More

London Health & Safety Group to host ‘mock trial’ event next week

Enhance your understanding of health & safety and fire safety incidents and what can go wrong for duty holders in the event of a fire. Read More

New Chief Executive for Considerate Constructors Scheme

Amanda Long has officially joined The Considerate Constructors Scheme, as Chief Executive on 16 September 2019. Read More

Maintaining a gas safe workplace

Natural gas and liquid petroleum gas are commonly used as fuels for heating, cooking, cutting, welding and often in the processing of products. While the majority of us will use gas in some form every day of our personal and professional lives, far too many are unaware of how dangerous it can be if not handled correctly. Read More

Gas dangers revealed at caravan site

Static caravan site Manager sentenced for failing to have gas appliances properly maintained and inspected and for failing to safely store Liquefied Petroleum Gas cylinders. Read More

Top 5 most read in August 2019

Top 5 most reaf articles in August 2019 includes a £1m fine for Clancy Docwra after a worker was killed, and a six-month imprisonment sentence after an engineer committed fraud. Read More

BP fined £400k after Shetland oil leak

BP Exploration Operating Company Limited has been fined for spilling almost four tonnes of crude oil at the Sullom Voe Terminal, Mossbank, Shetland. Read More

Could ‘making time for Health & Safety’ be the antithesis of being safer?

Christina Fry, Chemical Engineer, and UK/Ireland Environment Health & Safety Manager for Air Products, explores how a shift in approach could hold the key to safer and more productive working environments. Read More


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