Transport Safety


Marine fishing company fined for failings that lead to crewman’s death

The operator of a fishing vessel which lost a crewman overboard has admitted health and safety offences. Read More

Networking event: Driving for work – What’s the risk?

A joint ScORSA, RoSPA AEF, Women in Safety and Health event providing an understanding about Driving for Work and Managing Occupational Road Risk (MORR) and giving attendees the tools available to assist organisation in the management of risk. Read More

£100k fine for Flybe after worker falls into lift shaft

Flybe Ltd has been fined following an investigation into an incident in which a worker fell into a lift shaft at Exeter Airport. Read More

The history of London Dock and how demolition has evolved over the years

St George PLC hosted a recent Women in Health & Safety breakfast meeting, which took place at St George London Dock. A range of health and safety professionals gathered to learn about the history of London Dock and the various aspects surrounding the health and safety demolition. Read More

38 deaths in five years – how safe are smart motorways?

For the first time, the total number of deaths on smart motorways has been reported, with figures showing thirty-eight deaths over the last five years. Read More

Teacher run over by delivery van

St Andrew’s Tutorial Services Ltd has been fined after a teacher sustained serious injuries when she was struck by a delivery van. Read More

Customer fatally crushed by lift truck

A Carlisle vehicle-salvage company has been fined after a customer was trapped and fatally crushed when a lift truck he had purchased was being loaded onto his own recovery vehicle. Read More

Shipping company fined after worker fell from height and suffered life changing injuries

A worker was paralysed from the waist down when he fell 3.4 metres to the bottom of a ships hold. Read More

Company fined after airport baggage handler suffers skull fractures and brain injury

A company providing a range of airline ground support services has been fined after an employee fell from a height of more than two metres. Read More

Roadwork safety film packs powerful message

UK Power Networks has produced a hard-hitting training film with the aim to make UK roadworks sites are safer by helping to train utility and highway workers. Read More



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