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Go Home Healthy – Not enough is being done to tackle work-related ill-health

With the launch of the HSE ‘s Go Home Healthy campaign, research suggests half of UK industry leaders feel work-related ill-health is not being tackled …

Mates in Mind takes the next step with construction industry roll out

Mates in Mind, an initiative created with the aim of improving the health and mental wellbeing of the UK construction industry’s workforce, has now been rolled out …

Take on Tinnitus – an online resource from the BTA

Take on Tinnitus is an online resource from the British Tinnitus Association that includes tips, training and advice on tinnitus. 1 in 10 UK adults suffer..

NCA steps up response to modern slavery and human trafficking

Modern slavery and human trafficking (MSHT) in the UK is more prevalent than previously thought, according to the National Crime Agency (NCA). Figures …

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust fined £1m following death of John Biggadike at Pilgrim Hospital, Lincolnshire

John Biggadike, a patient at the NHS Trust hospital, died on 10 April 2012 from internal injuries after falling onto the metal post of a standing aid hoist…

Survey reveals Junior doctors risking lives in car accidents after night shifts

Many of the 2,231 respondents of the survey, A national survey of the effects of fatigue on trainees in anaesthesia in the UK, reported having accidents…

Health & Safety Executive releases annual workplace fatality figures

Today, the HSE releases its annual workplace fatality figures, which exclude deaths on non-rail transport and those caused by occupational diseases…

Caring Homes fined after death of elderly resident who fell 4m out of window

The 87-year-old was staying at the Coppice Lea Nursing home, Surrey, run by Caring Homes Healthcare Group Limited. In October 2013, she fell four metres through her window…

Cardiac Science – At the Heart of Saving Lives®

HSE International hears how Cardiac Science extends lives by providing the public, workplace and healthcare professionals with life-saving defibrillators…

BSIF: Occupational and Public Respiratory Health in the UK

While respiratory health issues caused by poor air quality have been getting increased public attention, the BSIF has published its ‘Tackling Workplace Respiratory Illness Report’. Alan Murray tells HSE International more…