Safety & Health Expo 2018

Latest news and features from Safety & Health Expo 2018:


Companies must start to manage wellbeing like they manage safety

Organisations need to assess the risk for wellbeing in the same manner as they currently assess the risk to safety, according to Dr Caroline Yeoman, Operations Director at OCAID Wellbeing. Read More

Giving the asbestos professional a home

There are a host of associations out there dealing with asbestos training provision, qualifications, and guidance – ARCA and UKAS to name a couple – all of which are aimed at the organisation. But what about support for the individual asbestos professional? Read More

Brightboot launches range of hi-vis wellington boots

Brightboot launched a new range of compliant wellington boots at Safety & Health Expo 2018, designed for a range of industry sectors, from construction to mining. Read More

Fire risk assessment sector must undergo cultural change in wake of Hackitt report, says safety expert

Speaking at FIREX 2018, Brian Gregory from Safety Management UK told delegates that “somebody needs to stand up and do something different” following the publication of Dame Judith Hackitt’s independent review of building regulations and fire safety. Read More

Turning the tide on health and safety

Infrastructure company Tideway is aiming to turn the tide of health and safety by ingraining its importance in new staff from day one. Read More

Working at Height panel: Client behaviour essential area for improvement

A panel of industry experts convened at Safety & Health Expo to discuss how organisations can further prevent serious injury and deaths when working at height. Read More

Noise mapping and protection tech launched by EAVE

A new intelligent noise control and risk reduction technology was launched by hearing protection provider EAVE at Safety and Health Expo 2018. Read More

All buildings should be publicly rated for fire and life safety, says Australian firefighter

Speaking at FIREX 2018, which ran alongside Safety & Heath Expo, Justin Francis from Queensland Fire Service said a ratings system, similar to those already used for environmental and food standards, could drive up safety standards. Read More

Grenfell: Cladding tests must reflect real life

The Grenfell Tower fire is one of the most significant the UK has seen for years, bringing widespread attention to a number of failures and to a system described by Dame Judith Hackitt as ‘not fit for purpose’. Read More

More than 14,000 flocked to Safety & Health Expo

Last month’s annual Safety & Health Expo event in London attracted more than 14,000 visitors, according to organisers. Read More



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