Women in Health and Safety


Software solutions provider to attend Safety & Health Expo

IMEC Technology will be attending Safety & Health Expo 2019 to showcase its safety management software. Read More

SHP weekly top five

SHP's most read articles from the past week: Top 5 highest fines in March, stricter work at height regulations needed, 12-year-old falls from ladder, legislation webinar and a guide to coaching in health & safety. Read More

Priory Healthcare: £300k fine following death of 14-year-old patient

A healthcare provider has been fined £300,000 for its failings following the death of 14-year-old patient Amy El-Keria. Read More

Implementing successful health and safety initiatives in the manufacturing sector

Advanced Insulation won the Health and Safety Award at the recent Make UK (formally EEF) Future Manufacturing Awards. SHP caught up with Dan Howell, Group QHSE Manager to find out what helped the company stand out for the judges. Read More

Workers injured after floor collapse

A construction company has been fined after two workers were injured when they fell through a ceiling at a site in Watford. Read More

Legislation webinar: April 2019 legislation update

Sentencing Council evaluation of impact of sentencing guidelines. Is there a duty to warn in health & safety criminal law? Can you delegate health & safety criminal law duties to contractors? This will all feature in our next legislation webinar on Monday 29 April. Read More

Healthcare company to showcase life-saving range at Safety & Health Expo 2019

Aero Healthcare will be attending Safety & Health Expo 2019 to demonstrate 'how to save a life' to visitors. Read More

5 ways the OHSAS migration to ISO 45001 can improve office health and safety

Organisations have until 11 March 2021 to migrate from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001. As the deadline for migration draws nearer, more and more organisations are beginning to wonder what the migration means for them, and what benefits it will bring. Read More

Fine after 12-year-old fell from ladder at unsecured site

Contractor Westdale Services Limited has been fined £160,000 after a 12-year-old boy slipped off a scaffold ladder on an inadequately guarded site. Read More

Our survey says… SHP Reader Survey 2019

SHP has launched it’s 2019 reader survey, designed to gauge what some of the challenges and responsibilities practitioners are faced with in their work. Read More


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