Workplace Hazards


Protect employees from chemical exposure

Casella has launched the VAPex, an advanced and lightweight low flow pump, said to be ideal solution for seamless reporting on employee’s levels of chemical exposure, saving occupational hygienists’ crucial time in their working day. Read More

Work Matta will return to Safety & Health Expo 2019

Work Matta, the floor safety company will return to Safety & Health Expo 2019 to demonstrate its new range liquid-hazard locations. Read More

G&M to return to Safety & Health Expo 2019

A fall protection company will return to Safety & Health Expo 2019, to showcase its safety system for workers that work at height. Read More

Electric vehicles: How safe are they?

Although electric vehicles are helping with the reduction of air pollution, could thier eagerness of noise pollution be putting people at risk? Read More

Suez fine: Worker’s back injury preventable

An employee helped to manually move steps weighting in excess of 950kg, after repair works had taken place. As a result of this work, the employee sustained a back injury. Read More

Devonport Royal Dockyard Ltd facing prosecution

The Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) has notified Devonport Royal Dockyard Ltd (DRDL) that it will commence legal proceedings against the company for offences under LOLERRegulation 8. Read More

Construction crane collapses killing four people

Crane crushes two people in car and two workers as it snaps and falls due to strong weather conditions. Read More

Motorway safety: Are smart motorways smart enough for accidents?

Police and emergency services have criticised smart motorways, despite a number of benefits, saying they do not help fulfil their duty efficiently. Read More

Stricter work at height regulation may be the only way to stop avoidable deaths

Falls from height is a major killer of workers in key sectors including construction and agriculture, and the figures show no sign of improvement, as Ken Diable, Managing Director at Heightsafe, explains. Read More

Mild steel welding fume reclassified as a human carcinogen: ‘Businesses need to look at the level of protection they offer’

A further look at the changes, what they mean for UK businesses and workers, and more importantly how you can ensure you comply with them. Read More



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