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Own tyres over 10-years-old? You need to read this

15 August 2019

The Government is considering banning tyres over 10-years-old on public transport vehicles including buses, coaches, lorries and minibuses.

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Negligence led to teenage bricklayer falling 2m onto concrete floor

15 August 2019

A construction company has been ordered to pay a £10,000 fine after negligence led to a teenage bricklayer falling more than two metres down a stairway.

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Construction company fined £15,000 after worker passes out from carbon monoxide poisoning

15 August 2019

The employee fell unconscious while working on the construction of a new processing room in the packaging area of the company’s factory.

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How to conduct a risk assessment for your business

10 July 2019

Risk assessments are not only a necessity, but also be a useful tool to help you identify potential risks that you and your employees may encounter.

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Why health and safety at work is everyone’s job

08 July 2019

Whether an apprentice, a full-time employee, or an agency worker, every member of the team should play a part in the health and safety of the workplace.

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Would you pass a dust control inspection?

25 June 2019

Businesses across Britain will be the focus of a new course of dust-control inspections by the Health and Safety Executive throughout June 2019.

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Scaffolder falls 12-metres after his signature is forged at safety briefing

20 June 2019

A scaffolding firm has been fined £9,600 and ordered to pay £32,544 in costs after an employee’s signature was forged at a safety briefing.

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How many first-aiders do I need for my business?

20 June 2019

Although we hope we’ll never have to perform CPR or the Heimlich manoeuvre, first-aiders are an important part of health and safety procedure for a reason.

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Construction Firm Fined £800,000 After Worker Hit with EPS Block

20 June 2019

A construction firm has been fined more than £800,000 after an employee was seriously injured by a large expanded polystyrene (EPS) block.

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The 45th Anniversary of the Flixborough Disaster and the Importance of Health and Safety at Work

17 June 2019

45 years ago this month, Britain’s worst peace-time industrial accident took place, inspiring the creation of important health and safety reforms that are still in place today.

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