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Northumbria University fined after two students were hospitalised in caffeine experiment

Alex Rossetta and Luke Parkin drank a solution with 100 times the amount of caffeine than they should have. Dialysis was required to remove excessive levels of caffeine from their bodies…

Royal College of Physicians achieves ISO14001 Certification

To achieve this prestigious accreditation the RCP undertook a number of initiatives to improve its facilities, including new energy efficient LED lighting…

Parents need more help to keep kids safe from accidents

Most parents are unaware that accidents cause the most deaths of people aged 0-19, according to research conducted for the 100th anniversary of RoSPA…

Honor Goodsite, new UK construction industry mascot launched

Honor Goodsite’s first outing was at the Victoria Station Upgrade project – a £700 million project transforming one of the capital’s busiest stations…

School parents reassured after asbestos pollution fears

Locals became concerned about neighbouring demolition work, saying that dust from the site could carry into the school playground or access roads.

Charity calls on Government to do more on Hajj safety education

A British hajj charity has called on the government to improve health and safety education among pilgrims as 25,000 British Muslims embark on the Islamic pilgrimage in Mecca.

Teacher dies after breaking leg in classroom fall

Lynsey Haycock, a science and health teacher, fell while putting up the display at Forge Valley School in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, on Thursday.

Calderdale College: Unlocking Potential

HSE International spoke to Ray Newell, Health & Safety Manager at Calderdale College about inspiring success in education, safety and health.

First Class Leadership in Health and Safety

HSE International spoke to Dawn Francis-Jones at South & City College about continuous improvement in accident and ill health prevention.

Brentwood School fined after worker fell from height

Keith Chandler, 63, fell 2.6m and suffered injuries including a broken collarbone. The school was found to have failed to ensure work planning and supervision.