incidents


‘We need to ask ourselves as leaders, what can we do to improve the workplace setup to support people?’

SHP discusses how organisations can adapt their approach to safety with Diane Chadwick-Jones. Read More

Sex and the safety message…

Tim Marsh revisits an old article of his and asks, is it better to risk offending the few to get an important message over to the many? Or is there a bigger picture that renders such short-term concerns irrelevant? Read More

Protecting lone workers is not a choice, it’s a call of duty

Following two health and safety prosecutions at the end of 2016, Klaus Aliion, Managing Director, ANT Telecom, looks at what Read More

Why I’d like to meet Frank

By Richard Byrne BSc (Hons), CMIOSH, PIEMA I have been really lucky in that I have either worked with, or Read More

Sports and events: Crowds and crowded space issues

Professor Chris Kemp, an expert in solutions for crowded space problems, looks at the way crowds react in certain situations, Read More

RoSPA workplace accident prevention guide

The Royal Society for the Prevention or Accidents (RoSPA) has produced a comprehensive and downloadable resource that highlights some of Read More

Part one: the importance of effective electrical safety management

In the first of a two-part article, Bill Bates outlines the importance of electrical safety management and the risks organisations Read More

UK Incident Statistics: Are we really making a difference?

At a time when the HSE is being actively forced by the government to become a commercial entity (even though Read More



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Digitally connecting your EHSQ management

7 Steps to help you manage EHSQ incidents that could derail your business

Barbour EHS legislation update eBook – October 2021

Understanding employee health concerns…

Evolving ESG trends and the commercial implications faced by business leaders