Managing stalking in the workplace: signs of stalking

In the first of two articles, Rachel Griffin, director of Suzy Lamplugh Trust, looks at the issues surrounding stalking in the workplace, and how to create a policy to deal with it. Part one: the signs and implications of stalking Read More

Lead exposure leads to £3,000 fine

A Gloucestershire roofing company has pleaded guilty to health and safety failings after workers were put at risk when they Read More

CDM Regulations: the potential changes

Stephen Coppin, CFIOSH, principal occupational health and safety consultant for Parsons Brinckerhoff, breaks down the proposals for the CDM Regulations 2007, and weighs up the risks and opportunities Read More

Hillsborough Disaster: 25 years on, we threaten to make the same mistakes

Steve Rotheram MP, Member of Parliament for Liverpool Walton, believes a return to standing sections in football stadiums ヨ driven primarily by nostalgia ヨ could undo all the progress made in the aftermath of the Hillsborough Disaster. Read More

Builder fined after woman injured in wall collapse

A builder has been prosecuted for safety breaches after a wall collapsed in a woman's garden leaving her badly injured. Read More

EU-OSHA launches Europe-wide workplace stress management campaign

The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) has launched a two-year Europe-wide campaign: Healthy Workplaces Manage Stress designed to help employers and employees manage and prevent work-related stress and psychosocial risks. Read More

Safety culture webinar – your questions answered

Barbour recently hosted a fascinating safety culture webinar, with Paul Bizzell from Ryder Marsh at the helm. The event produced a plethora of fascinating questions, both during after the event. Here, Paul has cherry-picked a few and responded with his thoughts. Read More

Video: key talking points for Safety and Health Expo 2014

Safety and Health Expo 2014 asks some of big names from the industry about the things that matter in 2014. The exhibition takes place on 17-19 June at London's ExCel Exhibition Centre. Read More

Noise webinar – your questions answered

Jason Bleasdale, partner at solicitor Hill Dickinson LLP, answers some of the questions posed during the Workplace Noise webinar last month Read More

RMT union general secretary Bob Crow dies

Bob Crow, the general secretary of the Rail Maritime and Transport (RMT) Union has died aged 52. Read More

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