HSE is warning tenants and landlords in the Staffordshire area about potentially unsafe gas installations in tenanted properties.
Audio broadcasts from HSE. This episode: behind the scenes at Infoline – Professor Cooper talks about
Last year, HSE announced changes to the gas installer registration scheme in Great Britain.
HSE is warning all landlords to ensure gas appliances are safe for tenants.
HSE Chief Executive, Geoffrey Podger, said: “I am delighted that David Ashton is taking up this post”.
HSE is warning companies to conduct suitable risk assessments and provide safe systems of work, after toxic carbon dioxide (CO2)
HSE warns companies to comply with their notices after a Lincolnshire hotel owner was sentenced for a number of offences.
The UK Government is considering the possibility of storing natural gas in a variety of underground
A court case has highlighted the need for workers to be aware of the dangers to elderly people after an 81-year-old woman fell through an open hatch in her home.
Latest edition covers, HSE health and safety statistics 2007/08, Asbestos – The Hidden Killer,
HSE lends its support to CO (carbon monoxide) Awareness Week,
The November edition of LA News is now available, some of the items covered in this edition are:
Tourists need remain vigilant on holiday whether within the UK or abroad and be alert to any risks of
HSE is lending its support for CO Awareness Week organised by CO-Awareness. It is again taking
Now that the clocks have gone back, and winter is approaching, HSE is offering some timely guidance
Latest edition available, covers: Construction industry takes action on semi-automatic quick hitches,
On 8 September 2008, Capita signed a ten year contract with the HSE to operate a new gas installer registration scheme in Great Britain from April 2009.
A joint initiative between HSE and Gateshead Council has resulted in two care homes being told to
Construction Infonet is a free e-Bulletin from the HSE for all in the construction industry. This issue semi automatic quick-hitches,
HSE is warning landlords to ensure gas appliances are safe for tenants after two people were poisoned by carbon monoxide (CO), from a boiler in their flat that had not been properly maintained.