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Category: Haulage

RR924 – Load security on double-deck trailers

Monday, July 16, 2012

This research has considered good practice in the safe use of heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) with more than one load bed and has identified measures that operators can take to reduce the risks inherent in using double-deck trailers.

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Haulage and distribution – Falls from car transporters

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Falls from car transporters, often from the upper decks, can result in death or serious injuries. Serious accidents often involve people falling more than 2 metres over the edges. Lower falls occur, including through openings in the decking and from ladders.

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Falls from vehicles – What are the risks?

Monday, June 11, 2012

Many falls from vehicles occur during loading and unloading – you don’t have to fall far to land hard. this page give you further information on where these risk are.

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Feed firm is fined for driver’s injuries in lorry fall

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

A Devon firm has been prosecuted after a driver suffered severe injuries when he fell from the top of a lorry onto a concrete floor while removing the cover from his load at a Wiltshire feed mill.

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Grimsby firm fined after worker’s warehouse death

Thursday, May 17, 2012

A Grimsby haulage company has been sentenced for safety failings after a worker was killed when a row of steel coils ‘collapsed like dominos’ trapping him under their five-tonne weight.

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Worker’s leg amputated following forklift incident

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

A Cardiff-based cargo company has been fined after a lorry driver had part of his leg amputated after being struck by a reversing forklift truck.

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Firm fined after driver impaled on steel tube

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

A Darlington engineering firm was today fined after a delivery driver was seriously injured when a steel bar penetrated his chest.

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Ports and Logistics sector data summary and analysis

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

This is a detailed report examining the ports and logistics sector and providing analysis of injury rates and general employment structures (including how these employment structures could potentially affect health and safety standards). This report also provides comparison between the logistics (transportation and storage) sector and other sectors in terms of injury rates and severity.

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Yorkshire trailer firm fined £100,000 over driver’s death

Monday, February 27, 2012

A worker died when a six-metre steel machine landed on top of him after it was dislodged from overhead brackets at a factory in East Yorkshire.

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Workers exposed to asbestos at Redditch industrial unit

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

A Redditch freight firm, its managing director and a Birmingham contractor have been prosecuted for putting at least 20 people at risk of lung disease from asbestos fibres.

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Risk management – Online example assessments

Monday, February 20, 2012

The examples show how other small and medium-sized businesses have approached risk assessment. If you can’t find your industry listed, pick the one closest to it and adapt it for your own workplace.

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RR908 – Vapour cloud formation: Experiments and modelling

Monday, February 13, 2012

Hazard analysis for overfilling of a tank with a volatile liquid is a complex and important problem but (prior to the Buncefield incident) had not been the subject of significant research effort.

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Vehicles at work – Interactive case studies

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

HSE has put together some ‘before-and-after’ interactive case studies to help you think and talk about vehicle safety in the workplace. They are all based on events that our inspectors have reported.

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Hampshire firm fined over death of delivery driver

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

A Hampshire lift manufacturer has been prosecuted after a lorry driver was killed while delivering goods to its factory in Romsey.

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Example risk assessments – Approaches for small businesses

Monday, January 9, 2012

These examples show kind of approach HSE expects a small business or workplace to take and how other small and medium-sized businesses have approached risk assessment.

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RR893 – Load security on rigid-sided lorries

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

The project seeks to establish good practice for securing loads on rigid-sided lorries across various industry sectors. Good practice in this case is defined as those methods that are the most practical, involve the least risk of loads becoming unstable or falling, least risk to the operator/driver, and are practicable.

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Logistics

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

This website will help you manage the risks to health and safety in the logistics industry and provides regular updates on health and safety issues in haulage, distribution and warehousing.

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RR862 – Safe transport of roll cages

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

This report seeks to give an overview of current practice, legislation and guidance and identify the problems associated with transporting roll cages.

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Lorry driver killed by falling steel gates

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

A lorry driver was killed when he was hit by steel gates falling off his vehicle as it was unloaded by a forklift truck.

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Roofing firm fined for worker’s death by electrocution

Monday, March 14, 2011

A Newbury-based roofing company has been prosecuted after a new employee was electrocuted while operating a lorry driven crane.

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