technology


Construction: The future is mobile

As the construction industry continues to evolve, companies must learn to adapt to the times and embrace existing and emerging technology trends. Read More

Driver safety: Reducing preventable traffic accidents

Graham Hall, European Logistics Manager at Air Products explains how new technology introduced last year has already seen the business reduce preventable traffic accidents by 23%. Read More

Dangerous drone encounters at UK airports jump by more than a third

Ilegal drone intrusions into UK airport airspace have soared by 34.4% in 2018, according to a report by an air safety body, as IFSEC Global Editor Adam Bannister reports. Read More

Can technology make the workplace safer? 10 ways to introduce risk free tech

The introduction of technology driven solutions into the manufacturing industry has seen a drop in reported cases of workplace injuries and occupational diseases. Read More

Airsweb Innovation: How voice first technology can drive EHS incident reporting

SHP continues its safety technology innovation series with Airsweb Product Development Director, Rob Leech. It’s no coincidence that conversational interfaces Read More

Construction workers warned of skin cancer risks

Construction workers’ desire for a sun tan in the summer could be putting them at increased risk of developing skin cancer, according to new research. Read More

‘The future looks bright if we embrace technology in the right way’, says Thames Water Safety Director

In the latest of its Safety Bytes videos, Irwin & Colton meets Karl Simons, Director of Health, Safety, Security & Read More

Safety trends: How to capitalise in your organisation

SHP caught up with Pamala Bobbitt, VP Product Marketing at Cority to discuss some of the major safety trends and concerns practitioners may be facing over the coming months. Read More

Utility workers to test exoskeleton vests

Morrison Utility Services is trialling a number of exoskeletons out in the field, which are designed to reduce strain-related injuries. Read More

Measuring air pollution: British Safety Council launches Canairy App for outdoor workers

King’s College London and British Safety Council have launched Canairy, the world’s first mobile app for outdoor workers to measure their exposure to air pollution in London. Read More



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Manual Handling in the Workplace: Employee Factsheet

Driving at work: Director’s Briefing

Understanding contractor risk in the construction industry

5 rules for effective incident reporting

PPE in the Workplace: Employee Factsheet