The August edition of LAU News, the Health and safety newsletter for local authorities is now available.
Category: Health and safety
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A new construction information leaflet, ‘The selection and management of mobile elevating work
Office for Civil Nuclear Security (OCNS) has produced an annual report entitled “The state of security in the civil nuclear industry and
A new offshore information sheet about ensuring the wearing of immersion suits in helicopter
During October and November this year food and drink trade associations which are members of the
Due to popular demand further ‘Stop slips: Protect hands’ events will be taking place this year, Cardiff in October and London November.
HSE has released the offshore safety statistics bulletin for fatal and major injuries to offshore workers for the period 2007/08.
STEP is an eLearning package developed by the HSE, providing slips and trips guidance through interactive learning.
Help and advice – is your ladder up to scratch?
Latest edition now available – covers; geological disposal, plutonium and uranium stock levels in the United Kingdom, nuclear safety research…
HSE has expressed concern at the continuing number of major and significant hydrocarbon releases in the offshore industry,
As the Scottish grouse shooting season gets underway today – the Glorious 12th – the Health and
European Commission proposal to restrict the sale and use of paint strippers containing dichloromethane (DCM)
Three further forms are now available: FODMS98 – Initial medical assessment,
The agenda and papers of the Senior Management Team meeting, held in Redgrave Court, Bootle
HSE has warned employers and senior managers that they must control the risks of working at height in the
As Scotland celebrates the United Nation’s International Year of the Potato 2008 at a conference on
The “North Berwick in Bloom” Committee has been busily putting the finishing touches to the East
HSE is urging companies to assess the risks to their employees from exposure to vibration, after
HSE has issued a stark warning about managing the risks from asbestos, following its prosecution of