HSE International

IOSH says Government’s Industrial Strategy begins taking the “right steps”

The new Industrial Strategy aims to improve productivity and according to IOSH, “begins to take the right steps to enhance worker protection” …

‘Spotlight on…women in construction’ campaign launched

The Considerate Constructors Scheme launches its ‘Spotlight on…women in construction’ campaign to boost numbers of women attracted into the industry …

Bradford College lecturer awarded £159,000 in stress case

Lecturer Kate Rawnsley suffered depression and anxiety resulting from the negligence of her employer. Bradford College was fined for failing in its duty …

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New electrical industry initiative aims for Occupational Health Step Change

A major new initiative will be launched in January 2018 to help safeguard the health of around 12,000 operatives across the electrical industry …

The ELAS Group – Drug & alcohol use outside the workplace impacting within

Danny Clarke, Group Operations Director for the ELAS Group gives advice about reducing the risk of drug and alcohol related workplace accidents …

New manifesto ‘Combating Risk in the Digital Age’ launched by British Safety Council

The safety charity launched its manifesto ‘Combating risk in the digital age. Protecting people in the economy of the future’ at a Parliamentary reception ..

Berkeley Homes – Built for Success

HSE International interviews Karl Whiteman, Berkeley Homes, about health, safety, house building, and winning the RoSPA Sir George Earle Trophy 2017 …

Share Your Sound hits the right note!

For its latest campaign, Share Your Sound, the BTA has designed a series of images for people to use to help show others what their tinnitus is like …

My Hands Matter – Speaking Out about Occupational Skin Disorders (OSDs)

Paul Jakeway, Marketing Director at skin care expert Deb, discusses OSDs and why encouraging employees to speak out about skin health is critical …

Mates in Mind – An Introduction

HSE International hears from Clive Johnson (HCLG), Mike Robinson (British Safety Council), Jocelyn Shaw (Executive Director) and Steve Hails (Tideway) about the launch and ambition of Mates in Mind …