manufacturing


Warehouse safety: How to select pedestrian barriers for effective protection

Choosing the right pedestrian barriers not only improves safety but also supports operational performance for warehouse operators looking to mitigate risk, says Paul Roehricht, UK Strategic Account Manager at Brandsafe. Read More

Manufacturing company fined after employee injured by unguarded machinery

A company that manufactures soft furnishings has been fined after an employee sustained serious hand injuries whilst working on an automatic duvet rolling machine. Read More

Manufacturing company fined after worker falls from ladder whilst installing security camera

A jam and preserve manufacturer has been prosecuted after a worker sustained multiple fractures after falling from a ladder. Read More

Rana Plaza collapse: Nine years on, what does the future of workwear production look like?

On 24 April 2013, the Rana Plaza building collapsed in Bangladesh, killing 1,134 people. What have we learnt since? Read More

‘It doesn’t matter if you’re female or male, have one years’ experience or 10, it’s your expertise and knowledge that people are interested in,’ SHP meets Cindy Bell

SHP speaks to Cindy Bell, who was named both SHP’s Rising Star in Manufacturing and Rising Star UK in December in the SHP Awards 2021. Read More

HSE inspections target woodworking businesses to tackle occupational lung disease

From April, health and safety inspectors across Great Britain will be visiting business within woodworking industries such as sawmilling, manufacture of composite boards, and carpentry, as well as other industries where wood dust exposure can occur. Read More

Funding given to support research and development of innovative recycling solution trial

Arco has committed seed funding to partner with Stuff4Life to support the research and development of a circular economy solution for polyester workwear. Read More

Manufacturer sentenced after worker severs fingers

A spring manufacturing company has been fined after an employee had two fingers of his right hand severed whilst attempting to lubricate a bandsaw. Read More

Manufacturing company fined after employee suffered fatal injury

A manufacturing company has been fined after an employee was found fatally injured under the forks of a side-loader lift truck. Read More

Manufacturing firm in court after worker’s finger crushed

A manufacturing company has been fined after an employee’s hand was drawn into the rotating parts of a machine, resulting in serious injury. Read More



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