Breathing Apparatus policy for firefighters could be changed after it was branded ‘dangerous and irresponsible’
August 25, 2023
A breathing apparatus policy for firefighters could be changed after it was branded ‘dangerous and irresponsible’ by unions. Read More
Editor’s pick: Events not to miss at Safety & Health Expo this May!
May 10, 2023
Safety & Health Expo 2023 (16-18 May) is almost here and with that in mind, I've picked out some fantastic show highlights not to miss... Read More
WATCH: Is there a lack of ethnic and cultural diversity in leadership in security & safety?
April 12, 2023
Watch back a webinar that was recorded live on 8 March 2023, featuring a discussion between leading security and safety professionals on ethnic and cultural diversity in leadership positions. Read More
Residents forced to leave waterside apartment block in Ipswich with cladding ‘more flammable’ than Grenfell Tower
April 6, 2023
Ron Alalouff reports on the chaos surrounding a residential block with a range of complex fire safety defects. Read More
Worrying figures reveal the extent of global workplace violence and harassment
February 21, 2023
More than a fifth of people across the world have experienced workplace violence and harassment, a study has found. Read More
Employee away days: Where does the duty of care lie?
July 7, 2022
25 people were treated for burns in June after they walked across hot coals as part of a corporate away day in Switzerland. Outside of the office, does an employer have a duty of care for employees voluntarily taking part in an external activity? SHP investigates… Read More
Heart attacks are just as prevalent for women as they are for men
September 30, 2019
There is a misconception that heart diseases are more common in men than it is in women, says British Heart Foundation. Read More
USDAW call on Government to do more to protect safety of retail workers
August 5, 2019
The Union of Shop Distributive and Allied Workers (Usdaw), retailers and their representative organisations urged for the Home Secretary and other Ministers to take more action towards abuse against retail workers. Read More
Cycling to work: One in four commuters feel it’s still too dangerous
June 24, 2019
Research shows there is still a small percentage of commuters that cycle to work, despite the £1.2 billion investment into the sector by the government. Read More
Tuffnells creates new campaign to promote safety for drivers
May 8, 2019
Tuffnells has created a new campaign called 'Think Safety First', to help raise awareness about the safety of its drivers and employees.