HSE International

Official figures show security guards die 20 years younger than average, Gmb reveals

A shocking new study reveals security guards – who put their lives on the line during terror attacks – have a lower life expectancy than people born in Afghanistan or Iraq…

ECA: ‘Electrical accidents continue to fall’ by Paul Reeve CFIOSH

The fall in accident rate is the result of an industry-wide effort from member companies and their employees, and the ECA and Unite, notably through the now-completed ‘ZAP’ initiative …

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 …

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 …

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 …

Farm Safety Week 2017: Why we MUST improve safety

The latest statistics from the HSE show agriculture still suffers from the highest rate of workplace fatal injury of any industry sector in Great Britain …

Health & Safety Executive releases annual workplace fatality figures

Today, the HSE releases its annual workplace fatality figures, which exclude deaths on non-rail transport and those caused by occupational diseases…

HSE International hears from Mick Borwell, Oil & Gas UK

“The annual compilation of statistics to the end of 2015, indicates how our sector is performing in key areas such as personal and process safety…”

Latest HSE statistics: No room for complacency says Ladder Association

The Ladder Association says it is not the time for complacency despite a downward trend in the number of falls from height…

Annual UK workplace fatality statistics revealed

Provisional figures released by HSE indicate that 144 people were killed while at work in 2015/2016 – up from 142 in 2014/5.

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