HSE International

SUEZ fined after recycling worker scalded by hot ash and water

The worker was injured on 17 October 2014, when he was seriously scalded by hot ash and water at the Stockton-on-Tees site of SUEZ…

Deb’s UV protection range ensures outdoor workers stay safe in the sun

Deb – leading innovator of skin care products – launches Stokoderm® Sun Protect 50 PURE sunscreen in a lotion form; a water and sweat-resistant…

IOSH publishes annual UK food industry snapshot

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health has conducted its most in-depth study to-date into the health and safety performance of the UK’s food and drink industry…

“Why waste water?” – ISO steps up action for World Water Day

Water is life. But when water is unsafe and sanitation non-existent, water can kill. Every year on 22 March, people worldwide celebrate World Water Day…

KFC: Fast food giant fined nearly £1m after workers scalded by boiling hot gravy

Fast food giant KFC has been fined nearly £1m after a catalogue of errors left two workers with agonising burns from boiling hot gravy…

Popular cleanser recalled over dangerous bacteria levels

15,000 tubes of Liz Earle ‘Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser’, a bestselling beauty product, have been recalled after being found to contain Enterobacter gergoviae…

New app ensures the right product choice for workplace skin care

Developed by skin care solutions specialist Deb, the new app guides users in identifying products that are best suited to protect and restore their skin…

Hand hygiene programmes – keep colds and flu at bay this winter

80% of infections are transmitted by hands and handwashing with soap is widely seen as one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of germs…

23 yoghurt brands recalled over rubber contamination safety scare

The yogurts are mostly sold under own-brand labels, and have been supplied to Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, The Co-op and Waitrose.

KFC in Pontypool fined £100,000 for food hygiene offences

The court heard that on 19 May 2015, a senior environmental health officer from Torfaen council visited KFC in Pontypool following a complaint alleging the premises had no hot water and there were numerous cleaning issues.