HSE International

Celebrate RoSPA’s 100th birthday at this year’s Safety & Health Expo

Join in with RoSPA’s centenary celebrations and enjoy a host of expert advice, discounted training and services, and giveaways from the safety charity…

Worker punctures lungs falling 8m through Salford storage shed roof

The man fell through a timber storage shed roof in 2016 and suffered multiple injuries including a broken leg, elbow and ribs. He punctured his lungs and also had his spleen removed as a result of the fall…

ISO 14001: Environmental management brought to SMEs with new ISO handbook

ISO 14001:2015, Environmental management systems – A practical guide for SMEs has recently been updated, taking into account the latest edition of…

Hard line HSE prosecution strategy may push firms into bankruptcy

Companies could face bankruptcy from fines for health and safety offences (up to £4m for medium sized firms), while also bearing the cost of contested cases

Two companies fined after electrical worker suffers extensive burns

The man, employed by Park, Gate and Company Ltd (PGC), cut a live cable while carrying out electrical work and suffered burns to his face, arms and hands…

Hugh Dennis celebrates leading business success hosting ECA Awards Gala Dinner 2017

Eight top-performing businesses from across the engineering and electrotechnical services industry have scooped honours at this year’s ECA Awards…

ISO 22000: Revision of food management standard moves one step closer

Revision is ongoing for ISO 22000 on food safety management systems, which has just reached the Draft International Standard (DIS) stage…

PASMA appoints Regional Representative for the Middle East

PASMA, the international not-for-profit authority for the mobile access tower industry, appoints Suresh Kumar as regional representative for the Middle East…

CFTS Thorough Examinations: the quality controlled process

Although more and more companies are adopting CFTS Thorough Examinations as their standard of choice, even Thorough Examinations need thorough examinations to guarantee confident compliance for truck users…

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…