HSE International

AI – Artificial Intelligence Advent

In essence, Artificial Intelligence seeks to replicate human intelligence via machines and ‘thinking’ to achieve specified goals …

Mental Health & Wellbeing Focus

Part of the reason many struggle to understand mental health is that they don’t know what it actually means; to date, there are more than 200 classified forms of mental illness …

Although fines have risen, prosecutions for health and safety crimes have fallen

Hugh Robertson, Senior Policy Officer for Health and Safety at the TUC, discusses concerns with the sharp decline (21%) in HSE prosecutions last year …

Big Ben silenced – a necessary precaution or health and safety gone mad?

Paul Vickers, Health and Safety Advisor with the ELAS Group, gives opinion on the silencing of Big Ben following media reports of a health and safety “excuse” …

Experts say increasing penalties for health and safety offences continue with new manslaughter sentencing guidelines

The manslaughter sentencing guidelines are set to contribute to the growing trend of stronger penalties for health and safety offences in the workplace…

TUC condemns Health & Safety Executive seat appointment

The TUC has said that the appointment upsets the statutory balance of representation between workers and employers on the HSE board.

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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