HSE International

Patient safety at risk because language tests for medics ‘not stringent enough’

29 medics from the EEA faced allegations of “inadequate knowledge of English language”, according to data obtained by the Royal College of Surgeons.

Peter Dutton denounced for suggesting import of asbestos is CFMEU’s fault

Immigration minister blasted by the Asbestos Disease Foundation of Australia and the Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union for his attempt to blame the union for asbestos importation.

Three megatrends will transform health and safety

New ideas taking hold across the globe will transform the way business responds to employee health and safety. By Hamish Brown.

Large UK companies feel the heat of bigger fines for breaches of health and safety law

Over the past two years, the British Safety Council has argued that the planned changes to the sentencing guidelines for health and safety offences would result in significantly greater fines.

Brexit ‘a big risk for everyone who works for a living’, union warns

Workers could lose many “hard-won” rights and face years of uncertainty if the UK votes to leave the European Union, according to a new report commissioned by The Trade Union Congress.

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