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Manufacturing firm fined after employee crushed

A vehicle manufacturing company has been fined after an employee became trapped and suffered crush injuries whilst unloading a chassis from a delivery vehicle. Read More

Are turban wearing Sikhs underrepresented in health and safety management within the construction sector?

As a part of Black History Month, Paul Singh looks into the challenges face by turban wearing Sikhs when attempting to enter into a career in construction. Read More

Working with electricity: 5 steps to safe practice

Electrical equipment provider, Matindale, launches new, simplified safeguarding process, ALIVE, to help prevent injuries and save lives. Read More

£130k fine for manufacturer after employee was crushed

A manufacturer has been fined after one of its employees sustained two broken ribs having been crushed within an industrial cooking machine whilst working to clear a blocked water inlet. Read More

Barbour EHS legislation update eBook – October 2021

England’s government guidance for workplaces has been updated to reflect the lifting of COViD-19 restrictions, but continues to stress the need for risk assessment and action on any risks identified to keep employees safe Read More

Research finds Nordic countries are paving the way for the future of shared parental leave

Research has found 27% of working parents want more flexibility. Director for Mental Health at Bupa, shares the benefits of shared parental leave. Read More

Optimising safety for the renewable energy sector – A culture of care is the foundation

Renewable sources of energy—wind, water, solar, geothermal—are widely viewed as the engines that will power the world one day, and companies specialising in renewables are already making headway toward that goal. Read More

‘Work-related suicides should be monitored and regulated’

In this episode of the Safety & Health Podcast, we are joined by Sarah Waters to look at a study, published by University of Leeds, which calls on the HSE to monitor, regulate and ultimately prevent workplace suicides. Read More

Historic landmarks urged to complete fire emergency salvage plans by London Fire Brigade

Thousands of historic artefacts are at risk of being lost forever if venues do not have the correct salvage plans in place, London Fire Brigade has warned. Read More

Unregistered gas fitter sentenced after carrying out illegal work

A self-employed gas fitter has received a 15-month community order after carrying out gas work without being Gas Safe registered. Read More


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Down to Earth: The hidden risk of low level falls in vehicle maintenance

Display Screen Equipment: Employee factsheet

ISO 45003: Your questions answered

Environment Bill guidance document

Hybrid working – Director’s briefing