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Safety training at the world’s largest gold mines

How one of the world's biggest gold mining firms improved safety training. Read More

Career focus: Moving into health and safety consultancy

Two safety consultants consider their career move from different industries and roles. Read More

Careers advice: The responsibilities of the health and safety manager

New to health and safety and want to know the key skills and responsibilities of a manager in this sector? Read More

What do health & safety professionals want?

Health and safety hiring managers need to gain a better understanding of what candidates want beyond a good salary. Read More

New chairman of British Safety Council announced

Experienced health and safety director and campaigner Lawrence Waterman appointed as new chairman of Council. Read More

Sentencing guidelines: how accidents assessed ‘crucial’ to understanding culpability

High culpability for accidents can result despite training and risk assessment of hazards, consultant John Southall has warned. Read More

New BOHS course on health risks for construction supervisors

The British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) is launching a new course, designed specifically for construction employees. Completion of the one […] Read More

Putting children’s safety first – the value to employers

Fay Gibbin, training manager, at Busy Bees Training, part of the Busy Bees nursery group, currently oversees over 1,000 learners […] Read More

Putting children’s safety first – the value to employers

Fay Gibbin, training manager, at Busy Bees Training, part of the Busy Bees nursery group, currently oversees over 1,000 learners […] Read More

Training: the cure for all problems?

Mike Taylor, Turner & Townsend, discusses whether training really is the cure for all problems and if it’s the mainstay of […] Read More



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