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IOSH’s Aviation and Aerospace Conference: SHP speaks to Birmingham Airport’s Simon Toseland

SHP speaks to Birmingham Airport’s Head of Health, Safety and Fire, Simon Toseland, ahead of IOSH’s Aviation and Aerospace Conference Read More

What can OSH learn from the Post Office Horizon scandal?

Faulty technology has had catastrophic consequences for those victims involved in the Post Office Horizon Scandal, and with AI set to play a significant part in health and safety, it's fundamental we continue to acknowledge the human element, warns Kevin Barr. Read More

Idle threat: Fire risk in unoccupied buildings

Simon Brand, Editor of Fire & Risk Management (F&RM), the journal of the Fire Protection Association, examines the arson threat Read More

85% of organisations have no fire risk assessment for Lithium-ion battery devices on site

Just 15% of organisations say they have conducted a workplace fire risk assessment to cover the risks posed by devices containing lithium-ion batteries, new research finds. Read More

New online learning tool launched by HSE to help address work-related stress

An online learning tool designed to prevent work-related stress has been launched by the HSE as part of its Working Mind's campaign. Read More

No effective design or planning to eliminate risks from dust at some UK construction sites, HSE campaign finds

Some UK construction sites have no effective design or planning to eliminate risks from dust and the hierarchy of controls is simply not considered at all, says the regulator. Read More

Farm fined after man electrocuted

A farm has been fined £60,000 following the death of a man who was electrocuted by an overhead power line. Read More

Diplomacy and danger – A global approach to risk management

Jay Sutherland-Pownall, Head of Safety at the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) recently presented at Safety & Health Expo in London, discussing the vast global reach of the FCDO and its implications for staff safety and health. Read More

UK workers have been digging too close to the pipeline network, a report has said

UK workers have been digging too close to the pipeline network and putting themselves at risk, according to a report. Read More

Legionella management: Back to basics (part 2)

SHP hears from Antony Paskin, a Senior Consultant at Water Hygiene Centre on his second article for Legionella Management, with a focus on log books, records & dealing with non-compliance. Read More



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