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Male suicide in male-dominated industries

Danny Clarke, Founder of Simply-People, looks why men in male-dominated industries are at a higher risk of dying by suicide and what makes male-dominated occupations so fatal… Read More

Embracing technology is helping companies stay compliant during the COVID-19 pandemic

Adapting to operate within the restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic has been a significant challenge for the construction sector but embracing technology is helping the industry stay operational and compliant, says CHAS. Read More

Working at height: ‘People simply don’t see the risks’

Falls from height account for a significant proportion of workplace and at-home serious and fatal accidents in many countries around the world. In this article Andrew Sharman argues that we must to engage, encourage and empower workers to think differently about how they perceive risks in the workplace. Read More

Row alongside Olympians raising money for Mates in Mind in Regatta London

Two teams of distinguished, retired Olympic rowers will be joining the Mates in Mind team for the inaugural Regatta London, taking place on the River Thames on Sunday 29 September. Read More

Four key aspects of workplace wellbeing

Silvana Martin from Laing O'Rourke speaks on the company's five year journey to improve health and wellbeing in the workplace. Read More

Prevention is better than cure: Securing tools when working at height

Being struck by a falling, flying or moving object is the third highest cause of injury in the construction industry, killing about four people each year and injuring thousands more. Read More

Fine after 12-year-old fell from ladder at unsecured site

Contractor Westdale Services Limited has been fined £160,000 after a 12-year-old boy slipped off a scaffold ladder on an inadequately guarded site. Read More

Scottish construction workers get road safety training

Around 120 construction workers attended a road safety training event in Inverness last week to help protect them from road accidents on their commute to work. Read More

Why smart technology is key to making building sites safer

Bradley Markham, a Director from safety specialists Bull Products, believes that smart technology could be the solution to minimising worker injuries and ensuring a safer construction site. Read More

Noise exposure: Are construction sites too loud?

30 million construction workers in the US are exposed to prolonged hazardous noise on a regular base. Read More



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