HSE International

Engineering company worker loses leg after forklift accident

The Puma Engineering and Construction Limited employee was seriously injured and lost his leg from the knee down after he was hit by a forklift truck …

MRS Training & Rescue – Safe in our hands

HSE International presents an exclusive interview with confined space training experts MRS Training & Rescue. For over 100 years, MRS Training & Rescue …

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 …

BBC Studioworks in court after contractor Eric Ihoeghinlan suffered multiple injuries

Eric Ihoeghinlan fell through a lighting grid hatch while recovering electrical cables for BBC Studioworks Ltd during a de-rigging operation …

Hands Free Bolting – Putting site and operator safety first with e-commerce safety products

With simple, innovative, and easy to use Hands Free Bolting Ltd safety accessories, operators can eliminate pinch risks and other related injuries …

Vote starts on ISO 45001 Final Draft International Standard

ISO 45001 is a significant improvement on OHSAS 18001 and effective application of the new global standard will reduce the risk of harm in the workplace …

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” …

Liddell’s Bakery HSE fine

Injury leads to amputation after unguarded mixer catches Liddell’s baker’s wedding ring

The Liddell’s Bakery worker was trapped in a food-mixing machine that broke bones in his left arm and resulted in an operation to remove his ring finger …

Howden Joinery fined £1.2m after agency driver Richard Brown fatally crushed

Richard Brown was delivering kitchen worktops to a Howden Joinery Ltd site in Workington, when an overloaded forklift truck toppled and fatally crushed …

Craig Foyle IOSH President

New IOSH President Craig Foyle says health and safety “makes sense”

Craig Foyle is the 51st President of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH). Craig’s role comes as IOSH begins to deliver WORK 2022 …

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