HSE International

#DontGoofOnTheRoof – School’s out, but don’t take “Summer break” literally!

VPS Site Security launches #DontGoofOnTheRoof social media campaign to warn of the risks for children playing on derelict buildings or empty construction sites this summer…

Host of top industry bodies back Fire & Security Association Awards

A series of leading bodies from across the fire, emergency and security sector are now supporting this year’s FSA Awards, currently open to nominations …

Grenfell Tower Fire: Safety organisations will meet with Government to discuss fire regulations

Leading safety bodies will meet ministers for talks on UK building and fire regulations in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower disaster. RoSPA, IOSH and …

New dhf ‘Best Practice Guide’ set to raise standards

Developed following detailed consultations with the Health & Safety Executive, dhf (Door & Hardware Federation) has published a new ‘Best Practice Guide’…

Mobile Banking: A step towards financial inclusion for all with new ISO standards

ISO 12812: Globally, people have more mobile phones than bank accounts, so developing this technology will bring secure financial services to a wider audience…

DHF plea safety checks for all gates after timber gate death

The DHF appeal follows the recent death of a 49-year-old tradesman, when a timber gate fell on him at a residential address in Lincolnshire on 9 March…

VIDEO: Thames Water – Drones are a ‘gamechanger’ for health and safety

A benefit that drones bring is to enable the inspection cranes and other equipment at height without putting people into potentially hazardous situations…

Industry leaders win FSA Fire and Security Awards

Two industry champions have been recognised by the Fire & Security Association (FSA) during last night’s IFSEC’s Security and Fire Excellence Awards…

Charity calls on Government to do more on Hajj safety education

A British hajj charity has called on the government to improve health and safety education among pilgrims as 25,000 British Muslims embark on the Islamic pilgrimage in Mecca.

G4S fined £1.8m for Legionnaires disease exposure risk

Harlow Council took action in October 2013 following a report a worker had contracted the serious lung infection which causes flu-like symptoms.