The owner of a faulty fairground ride has been fined £2000 after it collapsed during Suffolk’s annual Big Night Out injuring eight people.
Category: Entertainment and leisure
HSE said today that serious management failings led to the death of a young boy, who drowned in a swimming pool at a Dundee leisure centre.
Off-road cycling leader qualifications recognised awards and training and assessment safety criteria
Issue: There are currently over 30 different bodies governing the sport and recreation of cycling in Britain
As part of the evaluation of the work-related violence website and toolkit we would like to know more about visitors to
November 5: Bonfire Night. Firework displays should be enjoyable and spectacular occasions – but they obviously
A lifeguard who failed to notice a father-of-three lifeless at the bottom of a Walsall swimming pool was yesterday (26/10) convicted at Wolverhampton Crown Court.
The duration of a licence is an area where there may be potential for disagreement between the inspector and provider.
The current regulatory system in the fairgrounds industry is based on the HSE Guidance, HSG175 ‘Fairgrounds and Amusement Parks – guidance on safe practice’.
Working together on firework displays, a safety guide for firework display organisers and operators.
Riding school owners and instructors from across County Durham saddled up for a free training day to get their health
Adventure activities licensing ensures that activity providers follow good safety management practices.
Dean Dunbar, from Blairgowrie, Perthshire, braved two massive waterfalls
HSE is warning people who hire out inflatable leisure devices that they must ensure all operators are fully trained and that the equipment
The Heath and Safety Executive has moved to silence critics claiming audiences must wear earplugs when attending
HSE have put forward another health and safety myth – Health and safety laws mean concert-goers have to wear
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is investigating an incident at the Sonisphere Festival in Knebworth on Saturday afternoon (1 August 2009).
HSE has chosen village fetes as July’s ‘elf and safety’ myth, to illustrate the confusion that exists around organising public events.
Guidance for local authorities – A lack of effective physical safeguards has permitted unfettered access to dangerous
HSE is warning inspectors of inflatable play equipment that they must conduct comprehensive safety checks or face prosecution.
HSE is carrying out an investigation following the death of a child on a fairground ride in London.