Stephen Williams is to take up the newly created post of Director of Field Operations (London)
Category: Entertainment and leisure
Noise at work in the music and entertainment sectors. Sound advice for concert halls and theatres, covering
The August 2008 Myth of the month poster “Even Mr Punch needs a written risk assessment” is now
HSE has warned activity centres to ensure their staff are properly trained, after a child was seriously injured
Noise at work advice developed by the music and entertainment sectors, Envirnomental
New priced guidance book “Sound advice – control of noise at work in music and entertainment” contains practical guidelines on
A North Wales joint inspection programme into caravan sites was launched by the HSE and Local Authority Environmental
Presentations from the ‘Playing Safe’ event on 16 April 2008 covering the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 as
Information about how the temperature of the environment you work in can affect you and advice on how to manage it.
Dispelling the health and safety myth: All park benches must be replaced because they are 3 inches too low.
The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 (the Noise Regulations) came into force for all industry sectors
The Chair of the Health and Safety Commission (HSC) this week urged teachers to take a
In this month’s edition: Shattered Lives campaign update, simple method to sumbit prosecution statistics…
New risk assessment examples have been added for the following; village hall, road haulage, car parking service,
Dispelling the myth that Toy ‘weapons’ in a play had to be locked-up and registered with the police. The reality: Reports
HSE Deputy Chief Executive Justin McCracken responds to an article in The Independent which passes comment
HSE has warned amusement park operators of the need to carry out proper risk assessments for maintenance work.
Dispelling the myth – HSE had banned children from riding donkeys in a donkey derby and so had to be
HSE has worked with the Fairgrounds and Amusement Parks Joint Advisory Committee to improve standards
Some schools appear to have banned conkers on ‘health & safety’ grounds or made