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‘Work-related suicides should be monitored, regulated and prevented,’ SHP meets Prof Sarah Waters

SHP speaks to Sarah Waters, Professor of French studies at the University of Leeds, who has recently published a report, with Hilda Palmer from Hazards Campaign, looking into 12 suicide cases that occurred between 2015 and 2020 to discover whether they could be attributed to the workplace. Read More

“Workers are exposed most and considered last,” SHP meets Hilda Palmer

SHP speaks to Hilda Palmer, who was named SHP’s Most Influential Individual in health & safety in December, about the health & safety system in the UK, Grenfell and building safety, COVID-19 and the importance award recognition brings to her work. Read More

The legalities of returning to work in times of COVID-19

The latest health & safety legislation update about returning to work, a chat with SHP’s Most Influential Person, Hilda Palmer, and the role of smart PPE in protecting lone workers. Read More

Hilda Palmer named SHP’s Most Influential person in health & safety for 2020

SHP has announced the list of the most influential in health and safety voted for by you, recognising Hilda Palmer as 2020’s ‘Most Influential’ for her work as campaigner, supporting families who find themselves on the wrong side of health and safety failure. Read More

‘Gobsmacked’: Louise Taggart on being named SHP’s Most Influential person

‘Gobsmacked’: One year on, SHP catches up with 2018's Most Influential Person in health & safety, Louise Taggart. Read More

Louise Taggart named SHP’s Most Influential person in health & safety for 2018

SHP has announced the list of the most influential in health and safety voted for by you, recognising Louise Taggart, Public Speaker, Campaigner and Founder of Michael’s Story as 2018’s ‘Most Influential’ for her work highlighting the personal cost of lax health & safety. Read More

Protesters tell Government: you lie, we die

Pressure groups and trades unions came together to protest against the Government's decision to revise, consolidate, or withdraw 15 Approved Codes of Practice (ACoPs) by the end of next year. Read More

CPS says sorry for mistakes in fatality investigation

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has apologised to the family of a man killed at work for its botched investigation into his death. Read More

Construction deaths report supports statutory directors’ duties

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has finally published the long-awaited report into the underlying causes of fatal accidents in the construction industry. Read More

Pressure body dismisses HSE strategy as “empty words”

A health and safety campaign group has launched a scathing attack on the new HSE strategy, describing it as a "severe disappointment". Read More



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