HSE International

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 …

Otto Simon – Award Winning Engineering Solutions

Chris Bridgland, Managing Director at Otto Simon Ltd discusses award winning engineering excellence in the coke/steel, industrial and process sectors …

The Clancy Group – Fleet Safety Champions

HSE International discusses fleet safety excellence and the RoSPA Awards with Colin Knight, Head of Fleet Safety & Compliance at The Clancy Group…

GLC – HSE Europe 2017- Berlin, Germany

The European HSE Management Forum, organised by GLC, is an industry driven event where health, safety and environmental leaders come together to share their knowledge and experience …

Calderdale College – Consistent Achievement

Ray Newell, Health & Safety Manager at Calderdale College speaks to HSE International about consistent achievement and winning the prestigious RoSPA Order of Distinction …

The switch to electric cars – are we ready?

Although there has been an increase in the number of alternative fuel vehicles, including electric cars, they still make up a tiny percentage (1.2%) of all

ISO 21930 – Building a sustainable future

The latest edition of ISO 21930 will help assess the eco-friendliness of a building or infrastructure projects using a common method for expressing environmental product declarations (EPD)…

ISO/TS 7240-29 – New ISO standard on video fire detectors will help save lives

Early detection of fire and smoke are essential to save lives, property and the environment. ISO/TS 7240-29:2017, a new ISO technical specification on…

ISO 52000: Leading the way on clean energy building standards

ISO 52000 contains a detailed method of assessing energy performance as the total primary energy used for heating, cooling, lighting, ventilation and domestic hot water of buildings…

ISO/IEC 30182: Smart city concept model published

In 2007, over 50% of the world’s population lived in cities and today, that proportion is far higher. A new standard, ISO/IEC 30182, helps ongoing growth be safe & sustainable…