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HSE International Magazine is the leading independent publication in corporate responsibility, health, safety and environmental practice, covering every industry and business sector worldwide.

We provide you with the latest news, views, legislative changes, industry awards coverage and comment from individuals and organisations at the forefront of successful health, safety and occupational risk management.

Our aim is to promote best practice in the field, sharing knowledge and expertise to help you improve your health and safety record.






SOS Station – Catering for all your safety needs under one roof

The SOS Station is a one stop shop to access first aid equipment in the response to an emergency on site. Made out of recycled materials, the SOS Station ...

The ELAS Group – Drug & alcohol use outside the workplace impacting within

Danny Clarke, Group Operations Director for the ELAS Group gives advice about reducing the risk of drug and alcohol related workplace accidents ...

Triumph for Considerate Constructors Scheme National Award Winners 2017

On 2 and 3 November, the Considerate Constructors Scheme's Most Considerate Companies and Suppliers were crowned at this year's National Awards in London ...

New manifesto ‘Combating Risk in the Digital Age’ launched by British Safety Council

The safety charity launched its manifesto 'Combating risk in the digital age. Protecting people in the economy of the future' at a Parliamentary reception ..

BSIF to publish the 2017 Guide to the British Safety Industry

Alan Murray speaks to HSE International about the publication of BSIF's Guide to the British Safety Industry and gives Regulation (EU) 2016/425 updates ...

Mates in Mind – An Introduction

HSE International hears from Clive Johnson (HCLG), Mike Robinson (British Safety Council), Jocelyn Shaw (Executive Director) and Steve Hails (Tideway) about the launch and ambition of Mates in Mind ...

Mental Health & Wellbeing Focus

Part of the reason many struggle to understand mental health is that they don't know what it actually means; to date, there are more than 200 classified forms of mental illness ...

A+A 2017 Post Show Report: People matter – now more than ever

A+A 2017 - 1,930 exhibitors from 63 nations and over 67,000 trade visitors came to the world’s largest trade fair for this industry in Düsseldorf ...

Diwali – RoSPA issues advice on keeping kids safe from fireworks

RoSPA is urging people to follow the firework code to ensure everyone’s safety this Diwali. 168 people were admitted to hospital for firework injuries in ...

31 Hours – Play about suicide and mental health on UK rail network supported by British Safety Council

31 Hours carries a powerful message about the reasons behind and effects of fatalities on railways in Britain and about suicide in general ...