HSE International

Diwali – RoSPA issues advice on keeping kids safe from fireworks

RoSPA is urging people to follow the firework code to ensure everyone’s safety this Diwali. 168 people were admitted to hospital for firework injuries in …

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 …

TUC publishes new fire safety guidance following Grenfell tragedy

New fire safety guidance from the TUC details fire safety law, assessment requirements, and the implementation of policies to prevent and protect workers…

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 …

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..

Security Industry Authority – Buying Manned Security Services

Dave Humphries, Director of Partnerships and Interventions at the Security Industry Authority, discusses ensuring quality in the UK’s private security industry …

Which? tests reveals unsafe smoke alarm that fails to detect smoke

New Which? smoke alarm tests reveal that an expensive, smart smoke alarm failed to detect smoke in two fire situations and is named a Don’t Buy…

Latest government tests show cladding materials don’t meet regulations

The additional test of cladding, consisting of Aluminium Composite Material cladding and fire retardant polyethylene filler with phenolic foam insulation …

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 …

How to enjoy the solar eclipse safely

It’s never safe to look at a partial eclipse or at any of the in-between stages of a total eclipse. Even if 99% of the sun is obscured, the remaining sun can still cause retinal burn…