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It’s good to talk

This summer, training provider RRC convened a round-table of health and safety leaders from the construction industry for a full and frank discussion of the issues facing the sector today. Here, Gary Fallaize, who chaired the event, provides a summary of their concerns and conclusions. Read More

CDM Coodinator and Sustainability

Paul Craddock and Barbara Marino argue that we need to recapture sustainability in construction from an exclusively 'green' agenda, and that the new role of CDM coordinator, with its attendant health and safety competence and responsibilities, is an excellent way of doing so. Read More

Black boxes to be fitted on cranes

Bovis Lend Lease has decided to install black-box data recorders on its cranes as part of a new safety system. Read More

Protect your peepers

Based on its own research, which found that one in five companies do not have an eyecare policy for their staff, Specsavers Corporate Eyecare has produced a free guide to the Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations 1992. Read More

How to choose online display screen equipment (DSE) risk assessment and training

Richard Phelps guides safety and health practitioners through the main factors to bear in mind when weighing up which online display screen equipment (DSE) risk assessment and training system to choose. Read More

Be positive professionals

IOSH president-elect Nattasha Freeman says that health and safety is not about saying 'no', but about providing solutions and suggestions to turn a negative response into a positive. Read More

Health and safety in oil, gas and chemical industries

Major accidents in the oil, gas and chemical industries are, by definition, high consequence and include fires, explosions, and toxic releases. They are also, thankfully, relatively infrequent. Here, Martin Anderson writes about his personal experience of regulating the human aspects of health and safety on such major hazard sites. Read More

Health and safety compliance in construction

Fatalities and injuries on construction sites continue to rise, despite new and updated regulations covering the industry. Rob Slater says the reason for this is many contractors are more interested in ticking boxes for the purpose of compliance rather than improving the actual safety of their workforce. Read More

National Safety Symposium- Putting the profession’s problems right

Training gaps, confusion over risk assessment, and the fact that practitioners too often talk "complete nonsense" were all highlighted as issues for the profession at this year's Public Services Group's National Safety Symposium. Read More

National Safety Symposium- Putting the profession’s problems right

Training gaps, confusion over risk assessment, and the fact that practitioners too often talk "complete nonsense" were all highlighted as issues for the profession at this year's Public Services Group's National Safety Symposium. Read More


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