HSE International

BOHS comments on the latest health and safety statistics

BOHS CEO Simon Festing speaks to HSE International about the latest industry statistics and reducing the burden and human cost of work-related ill health …

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 …

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 …

Outdoor Workers – Staying Safe in the Sun

Outdoor workers including roofers, construction workers and gardeners, spend most of their working day exposed to UV light. A silent threat to skin health..

London chefs believe long working hours harm their health

A punishing long hours’ culture in professional kitchens puts the mental and physical health of chefs in London at risk, a survey by Unite has revealed…

Ejector seat manufacturer fined after metal fluid mist causes worker lung conditions

Three machine operators developed extrinsic allergic alveolitis after years of exposure to the mist. Also known as hypersensitivity pneumonitis…

Taking health to the forefront of the industry’s agenda

‘Health and work in a changing world’ provided a platform for sharing evidence, best practice and experience of managing employee health and wellbeing…

New app ensures the right product choice for workplace skin care

Developed by skin care solutions specialist Deb, the new app guides users in identifying products that are best suited to protect and restore their skin…

Brexit: A schedule for exit negotiations is key to workers’ wellbeing and safety

The British Safety Council and IIRSM urge the government to publish a schedule for exit negotiations to assure the safety, health and wellbeing of workforces.

Climate Change Could Be Poisoning Your Food

A new report released this week by the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) warns that warming temperatures could cause crops to accumulate mycotoxins — poisons produced by fungi that can lead to cancer and death — at higher rates.