A vehicle engineering, design and testing firm has been fined after two employees were injured when they fell from a platform.
Almost half of the refurbishment construction projects in and around Stamford Hill in North East London have failed health and safety spot checks.
RR922 – Evidence for exposure and harmful effects of diathermy plumes (surgical smoke): Evidence based literature review
This systematic review was carried out to identify existing evidence about surgical smoke (known as diathermy plume) and the potential harm to health care workers exposed in operating theatres.
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A Stockport engineering firm has been prosecuted after one of its employees lost four fingers on his left hand when they were crushed in machinery.
A nursing home failed to ensure the safety of an elderly, blind, wheelchair-bound resident who died after falling down a flight of stairs.
A Cheshire firm which makes large steel containers has been sentenced after one of its employees lost part of a finger at a factory in Ellesmere Port.
Three Wirral employees could have been killed if they had fallen while carrying out work to a warehouse roof in Birkenhead, a court has heard.
Agenda for the meeting of the Wood Safety Group (WSG) on 22 May 2012.
Agenda for the Working Group on Action to Control Chemicals (WATCH) meeting on 20 June 2012.
A Walsall bacon curing company has been fined after an employee lost three fingers while operating machinery.
Minutes and agenda from the Offshore Industry Advisory Committee (OIAC) meeting held at Lord Cullen House, Aberdeen on 13 March 2012 now available.
An Essex granite manufacturer has been sentenced for safety failings after a worker was crushed to death by stone slabs weighing three tonnes.
Judith Hackitt offers reassurance to TUC’s Brendan Barber, that proposals to revoke a number of sets of health and safety regulations will not result in a lowering of levels of protection required.
This page will help you to: identify the risks involved with window cleaning and choose the right access equipment to do the job.
A North Yorkshire firm has been fined after a worker became trapped by the head and neck in a packaging machine at its factory in Whitley Bridge, near Selby.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has opened a three-month consultation on proposals for the revision, consolidation or withdrawal of its Approved Codes of Practice (ACOPs).
Bassetlaw District Council has been fined after a member of the public was killed by a reversing bin lorry.
An East Yorkshire farm owner has been fined for a serious breach of safety law after a 20-year-old worker suffered severe injuries when he fell 4.5 metres through a roof light.
Swindon Commercial Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Swindon Borough Council, has been fined after an agency employee received an electric shock whilst securing fencing at a play area.