HSE has highlighted the importance of managing health and safety risks effectively after a worker suffered a serious injury to his hand at a North East engineering firm.
HSE has warned companies in Lancashire to ensure they carry out regular, simple checks to protect employees from Legionnaires’ disease.
HSE is warning of the need to ensure that gas boilers are serviced and checked regularly by authorised engineers following the prosecution of a Worcester landlord.
Roofing companies in Greater Manchester are being urged to make safety one of their top priorities after a man fell through the roof of a Swinton factory.
HSE has warned small companies to take their responsibilities seriously, after a man fell through the roof of a DIY superstore in Wigan and later died.
HSE is reminding construction companies of their duties to employees after a worker was paralysed in a fall.
HSE is warning gas engineers of the significant costs of failing to register with the Gas Safe Register
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HSE today (16 July 2009) received Lord Gill’s report into the explosion, caused by a leak of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)
HSE is warning employers and their staff to be mindful of following the correct safety procedures when operating
HSE issued a warning today about the risks of operating machinery with inadequate guarding, of poor management of
18 months on from the landmark KP3 report, a ‘snapshot’ review concludes that though the safety of the UK’s offshore
HSE has chosen village fetes as July’s ‘elf and safety’ myth, to illustrate the confusion that exists around organising public events.
Homeowners in Lancashire are being warned about putting their lives in danger if they employ gas fitters who are not qualified.
Shetland’s fish and shellfish farmers gathered in Scalloway on 7 July, keen to be reminded of the common causes of accidents and ill health arising from
HSE today warned property owners to ensure that they keep accurate records of asbestos in their buildings and pass
HSE Chair Judith Hackitt gave a speech at an International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM) event in
HSE Chief Executive Geoffrey Podger responds to article in the Daily Express.
HSE’s Construction Industry Advisory Committee (CONIAC) will be holding a meeting on Wednesday 22 July 2009
HSE is reminding employers and staff of the dangers of working at height following a serious incident at a