reporting incidents


Are you in control of your accident and incident management reporting?

When people think of accidents at work, their mind tends to automatically imagine slips, trips and falls or people working at height. However, these are just a few examples of the dozens of potential work-related accident and incidents that organisations need to be aware of. Read More

Implementing successful health and safety initiatives in the manufacturing sector

Advanced Insulation won the Health and Safety Award at the recent Make UK (formally EEF) Future Manufacturing Awards. SHP caught up with Dan Howell, Group QHSE Manager to find out what helped the company stand out for the judges. Read More

5 rules for effective incident reporting

Incident reporting is essential. No matter what steps are taken, training is given and precautions are taken, there will always be an element of accidents and incidents that occur in any environment. Whether it be tripping, slipping, dropping things, scratching cars, stubbing toes, falling from a height, being hit by an opening door, TVs falling off walls…things happen. Read More

Safety innovation: ‘People are looking for new ways to report accidents and incidents’

In the first of a series of safety innovation pieces, SHP Caught up with Airsweb Product Development Director, Rob Leech, to find out about the company’s next generation platform AVA and its artificial intelligence innovation, AVA Virtual Assistant. Read More

Root cause: going beyond ‘human error’

In the first article I wrote, based on the media’s quest to find a cause for the Croydon tram crash, Read More



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