case study


FEIN sets new construction sector safety standards

Upon the identification of the safety concerns around use of compact angle grinders on site, Bougues invited manufacturers to develop a prototype that met its strict safety requirements. Read More

Using AI sensors on-the-job to reduce lost time injuries

As part of its safety processes, Wincanton wanted to be able to give movement training to colleagues whilst on the job so they could learn how they were moving whilst working rather than only in a classroom setting... Read More

How can Chrysalis Culture Hub help you deliver smarter health, safety and wellbeing?

Chrysalis member, whg, shares how it's using the online platform to maintain health, safety and wellbeing momentum across all levels of the organisation… Read More

Creating a Wellbeing Committee and the benefits it can bring to your business

Mandy Kendrick, HR Manager at Hunter Safety Solutions, talks to SHP about how the introduction of several initiatives within the business, aimed to improve mental health and wellbeing of staff, has led to an increase in engagement throughout the company. Read More

Tesco selects Alcumus to centralise global risk mapping

As managing and connecting data becomes an increasing priority for multinational organisations, Alcumus has added global retailer, Tesco, to its growing list of clients. Read More

Smarter supervision of Morrison Water Services’ field operations

Linda Harrison sheds light on the importance of change management within a company, providing examples of the latest project she’s engaged in. Read More

River level monitoring lowers bridge scour risk

Engineers at Transport Scotland have investigated the potential for water level monitoring systems to help mitigate risks where transport infrastructure interacts with moving water. Read More

Eight in ten adults think social distancing is important – but four in ten actually do it, says ONS

According to the ONS, fewer adults are practising COVID-19 preventative measures, but uncertainty about life returning to normal has increased. Read More

St John Ambulance warns lives are ‘at risk’ due to lack of office first aiders

St John Ambulance warns lives could be lost at work due to a lack of trained first aiders, as 50% of employees now enjoy flexible working. Read More

Manchester universities collaborate to develop unified city-wide safety and security initiative

Three Greater Manchester universities pioneer UK’s first city-wide safety and response initiative using CriticalArc’s, SafeZone technology. Read More



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