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Company and director fined after worker fractures skull

A company and its director have been fined after an employee was struck by an object while manufacturing large steel cable drums for the offshore industry. Read More

Driving for work: Four essential safety tips

Many people spend time driving as part of their daily work responsibilities - the team at Hendy Group provide tips for employees on the road. Read More

SHP weekly top five

This week the articles most read have been: Legal Lens: Openreach fined £1.34m following death of engineer in the River Aber, Managing the risks of workplace transport, Terrorism protection bill falls as political parties indicate support for ‘Martyn’s law’ in next Parliament, Is it time to learn lessons from UK public inquiries? and Explosives manufacturer fined £670k after worker dies. Read More

Housing company fined after worker killed by concrete blocks

A housing company has been fined more than £300,000 after a driver was crushed to death by falling concrete blocks at a construction site in South Lanarkshire. Read More

Legal Lens: Openreach fined £1.34m following death of engineer in the River Aber

Barrister Christopher Hopkins joins Fieldfisher's Andrew Sanderson (Partner) and Krysteen Ormond (Associate) to examine the facts leading to the HSE's prosecution of Openreach. Read More

Safely connected

Alan Trueman at CityFibre on the EHS challenges of delivering blanket broadband across the UK. Read More

The ingredients of inclusive PPE footwear

The team at Haix says that despite progress, the availability of inclusive PPE is still a prominent issue for today's workers. Read More

Ten reasons: Burning platform for organisational wellbeing

Heather Beach, Founder of The Healthy Work Company explains why organisational wellbeing, and why at this scale, makes a greater, positive impact to an individual's mental health. Read More

Is it time to learn lessons from UK public inquiries?

Erin Shoesmith, Partner at Addleshaw Goddard discusses public inquiries and what impact, if any, comes from its recommendations. Read More

‘It can be quite empowering because once you know what’s going on, it makes sense’ – Mike Cowan-Jones on neurodiversity

Ahead of an SHP webinar on neurodiversity in the workplace, SHP’s Rhianna Sexton, spoke to Mike Cowan-Jones, Occupational Therapist on misconceptions of the condition, and provides advice on ways organisations can be mindful of neurodiverse employees. Read More


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