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Asbestos Management – the need to make competent decisions

Stuart Goodman of risk management specialist Lucion, looks at the responsibilities associated with reducing the risks associated with asbestosFULL STORY...

Automated gate safety - HSE advice on where the responsibility lies

Ensuring the safety of automated gates must be a shared responsibility between building professionals, according to Health & Safety Executive inspector Stuart CharlesFULL STORY...

Barnet building business 'turned blind eye to potential asbestos hazards'

A Barnet building firm has been fined after it ‘turned a blind eye to potential asbestos hazards' being faced by its workers, who were converting an old pub in Victoria Road into flatsFULL STORY...

New rodent rules may pose a problem for facilities managers

David Cross, Head of Technical Academy, Rentokil explores the implications of the HSE regulation if it were to be introducedFULL STORY...

Legionella: Clarity shouldn’t mean laxity

HSE changes to the L8 Approved Code of Practice for Legionella control, spell out key aspects of maintaining a healthy, legionella-free water system with greater clarity. But they don’t lessen our legal duty.FULL STORY...

Respiratory masks: time to take deep breath

Millions of workers across all industries are risking their long-term health by wearing respiratory masks that are not fit for purpose according to a warning from workplace equipment supplier SlingsbyFULL STORY...

Legionella: Mug the bug

Unlike 2012, 2013 sees much more positive news on managing the risk of Legionella. Following an extensive review, CIBSE has published its latest version of TM13 - Minimising the risk of Legionnaires' disease: 2013.FULL STORY...

Scaffolder in the dock

Anthony Dale of Camborne has pleaded guilty to breaching Section 2(2) and Section 3(1) of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 and was fined £8,000 and ordered to pay £4,114 in costs, according to the Health & Safety Executive (HSE).FULL STORY...

Sponsored: Stop work-related skin disease - it's in your hands

The IT’S IN YOUR HANDS campaign was launched in 2006 by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), the British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF), Safety Groups UK (SG UK), the British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS), the Institute of Occupational Medicine (IOM) and the Trades Union Congress (TUC) with the aim of significantly reducing the incidence of work-related dermatitisFULL STORY...

Workers severely burnt after gas leak explosion

Two workers from Calor Gas sustained severe burns after a gas leak led to a flashover explosion in Bristol; the company has been fined as a result.FULL STORY...

Kent case highlights delivery duty

A cardboard box manufacturer in Kent has been fined after an incident in which a delivery driver suffered severe head injuries after a fall.FULL STORY...

HSE moves to online information and reporting

In September the HSE infoline will be closed and RIDDOR reporting will move to online forms but telephone reporting will continue.FULL STORY...

Historic drop in workplace deaths

RoSPA has today greeted a record low in the number of people killed at work - but is cautioning against complacency.FULL STORY...

H&S review largely welcomed

The Prime Minister has appointed Lord Young as his adviser on H&S law and practice, and to undertake a Whitehall-wide review of H&S legislation and the compensation culture.FULL STORY...

Asbestos survey guidance updated by HSE

Updated guidance is now available to help those responsible for managing the risks from asbestos and to protect employees and contractors who may disturb it.FULL STORY...

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