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Film set safety – what needs to be done?

Following the recent death of Halyna Hutchins, filmmakers are being urged to re-evaluate their approach to adopting on-set safety guidance. Read More

More than 80% of women want safer pubs, bars and restaurants, says YouGov survey

A YouGov survey has found that over three-quarters of UK adults think improved safety procedures in bars, pubs and nightclubs is necessary, following recent publicity around the safety of women and girls. Read More

SGSA stresses the importance of event safety management

SGSA has stressed that, for all individuals involved in the management, organisation or hosting of an event, whatever their role, the safety of all people present must take precedence over every other concern. Read More

Study reveals significant levels of verbal and physical violence towards security staff

A new study conducted in May this year of over 1,000 security professionals from Workingthedoors.co.uk has revealed the levels of verbal and physical violence security staff receive while at work. Read More

Research highlights safety requirements of Neurodiverse fans at live sporting events

Developments to ticketing, staff training and matchday information will improve the experience of neurodiverse fans, according to new research commissioned by the Sports Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA). Read More

Paris 2024: ‘Past and present Olympic construction fatalities indicate we still have a long way to go,’ says health and safety expert

According to research conducted by Rhino Safety, there have been 116 construction-related fatalities tied to the Olympics in the last 30 years. Read More

How TUI Cruises safely managed operations during the pandemic

TUI Cruises has carried more than 84,000 passengers since resuming last summer, with just four COVID-19 cases that were handled without disruption, CEO Wybcke Meier told Seatrade Cruise News. Read More

Euro 2020: Concerns raised over policing as 5,000 ticketless fans sieged Wembley Stadium

An estimated 5,000 fans forced their way into Wembley Stadium for England’s Euro 2020 final clash against Italy, leaving ticket-holding fans to stand on the stairs. Here, Jack Bibb reports on what he saw and how protocols have changed since May’s COVID test events. Read More

Vue Entertainment Ltd fined £750,000 following man’s death

Vue Entertainment Ltd has been fined £750,000 for health and safety failures after a reclining seat came down on a man’s neck and killed him. Read More

Safe events: Capacity crowds return to music and sports events

Eight positive coronavirus cases recorded among fans who attended FA Cup and Carabao Cup matches. Read More



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