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Hackitt Review: British Safety Council voices concerns

The British Safety Council has voiced concerns around some of the recommendations in last week’s report by Dame Judith Hackitt into improving fire safety. Read More

Stress and anxiety costing the NHS £71m a year

Hospital admissions caused by stress and anxiety are costing the NHS more than £71 million, according to new research. Read More

Health and safety firm offers help to army veterans

A health and safety firm is offering free places to veterans on one of its courses in order to ‘give something back’ to former servicemen. Read More

How does sleep impact on health and productivity?

In the run up to Safety & Health Expo 2018, SHP meets sleep expert Marcus de Guingand, who discusses what he believes is the cause of sleep deprivation in recent years, the most common types of sleeping disorders and why you should see him present at the show in June. Read More

Serious injuries suffered when worker’s arm drawn into machine

An accident in which an employee was seriously injured could have been prevented if a proper risk assessment had been carried out, the HSE has said. Read More

‘The problem with Health & Safety’

Subash Ludhra, Managing Director at Anntara Management Ltd, discusses the remit of health & safety professionals, their perception to the public and whether there is a need for an overhaul in job titles and descriptions. Read More

Worker suffers life changing injuries after roof fall

A construction company has been fined after a worker fell through a roof and suffered multiple fractures to his ribs and spine. Read More

One in three stressed workers check emails at night

A third of stressed-out workers regularly check their emails in the middle of the night, according to new research. Read More

Scaffolder suffered multiple injuries when struck by 500kg concrete panel

Vale Park Demolition Services Limited has been fined after a worker suffered multiple injuries when he was struck by a concrete spandrel panel. Read More

Royal Wedding: £30m security operation to keep the event safe

Saturday will see the usually sleepy town of Windsor become the focal point of the world when Prince Harry marries American actress Meghan Markle. Read More



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