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You can lead a horse to water……………….

Plus Safety Comment:

This report highlights one of the problems: that of pretending that everything is in place but still not putting things into practice. Having the risk assessments, safe systems…

New “Workplace Transport Safety” training module published online

Our latest title ‘Workplace Transport Safety’ is now available online.

This course will help employers, and those responsible for workplace transport, to reduce the risk of accidents occurring.

Others, such as drivers of…

Tip of the iceberg injury reveals plethora of safety shortcomings!
Plus Safety Comment:

It amazes me that some companies still prefer to gamble the well being of their employees when clearly they know what needs to be done — the result…

Joinery company and director fined for safety failings

Plus Safety Comment: Get real, how many warnings do you need, its time some business owners realised that the H&S inspector isn’t joking around.

A London joinery firm and a…

New Online training courses arriving soon.

We are pleased to announce that we have added the following online training courses to our already extensive catalogue of training programmes:

  1. CDM 2007
  2. COMAH
  3. Environmental Management England & Scotland
  4. First Aid courses…
Ignoring Legionella risk cost a care home dear.

Wallasey care home fined £40k over pneumonia risk.

August 2013

PLUS SAFETY Comment: Anywhere where ordinary water can reside between 20 and 45 degrees Celsius can provide the conditions for the…

Prosecuted for failing to fence off site
Housebuilder prosecuted for failing to fence off construction site:

A South Wales housebuilder has been given a two year conditional discharge for repeatedly ignoring warnings to fence off…

Worker gives two fingers to company’s negligence

Date: 8 July 2013

Hall & Woodhouse Ltd, a Dorset brewery has been prosecuted for safety breaches and negligence after an employee lost two fingers in unguarded machinery.


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