HSE International

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 …

International Standards are critical for progress, say G7 leaders

International Standards are essential to keep pace with our fast-changing world. At the recent G7 Heads of State meeting held in Turin, Italy, leaders …

Snickers – combining next generation working clothes to defy winter weather

Dressing right and staying comfy during winter requires more than an old windcheater, waterproofs and wellies. Leading workwear brand Snickers recommends …

British Safety Council launches mental health training courses

The British Safety Council has unveiled its new mental health training portfolio, with courses to help businesses and employees start conversations about …

British Safety Council launches International Safety Awards 2018

The International Safety Awards 2018 will celebrate organisations that have gone the extra mile to keep their workers and workplaces healthy and safe …

Boundary Scaffolding prosecuted after worker Jamie Mines was electrocuted

In 2016, Jamie Mines suffered a severe electric shock erecting scaffolding that touched overhead power lines. He had to have four limbs amputated after …

New PPE Products on Display at A+A 2017

Visitors at A+A 2017 have the chance to see the latest personal PPE solutions from world leaders Globus Group, with clothing and eyewear innovations…

Health & Safety Executive launches second phase of construction inspections campaign

HSE carried out over 2000 inspections during the first phase of the initiative earlier this year, taking action to address issues in almost half of visits..

Unlicensed contractor fined for unlawful asbestos removals

Mark John Gibson of High View, Bridgend, was contracted to remove asbestos containing materials from properties on two occasions while unlicensed to do so..

North West based ESL Fuels fined after oil tank blast

During a waste oil recovery process, ESL Fuels contractors cut into a sealed pipe, which caused flammable gases within the pipe to ignite and blast the lid …