ByBox recognised by the British Safety Council for the third year running
ByBox, the field solutions specialist has been named as a winner for the third year running at the British Safety Council’s 2013 International Safety Awards.
Written by Sara Bean, Managing Editor at Workplace Law.
Since the Coalition Government came into power it has been promising employers it will reduce their regulatory burden. How’s that going, asks Sara Bean.
In one important move, the government set up a dedicated red tape challenge website (http://www.redtapechallenge.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/home/index/),
Written by Keith West, the Managing Director of property management support services business PEMCO.
For many small businesses the words ‘health and safety’ conjure up images of paperwork and pound signs. Keith West argues for a different view.
Many business leaders will have heard of the Löfstedt Review – ‘Reclaiming health and safety for all’ – and its subsequent report, both driven by the aim to reduce the red tape currently surrounding health and safety legislation in the UK.
Written by Greg Davies, Head of Service Development from Assurity Consulting, an independent workplace compliance consultancy.
Facilities and Legionella management are closely intertwined. Both saw their identities form in the 1970’s, both are in the main building centric and our understanding of each has developed significantly over
the decades since. While facilities, when well delivered, can be very positive for the organisation, reputationally, financially and morally, failure to manage the risks associated with Legionella can quickly see the opposite effect.
Written by Graham Willmott, Marketing Director of Safesite
There are over three million people in the UK who work at height as part of their job. With some types of work the risks are obvious, however for many people, work at height only forms an occasional or incidental part of their job and as a result the risks can be overlooked.
The problem is very serious – falling from height is the main cause of workplace fatalities and injury, with 38 people killed and around 6, 813 major injuries reported in 2010/2011. Graham Willmott, Marketing Director of Safesite, explains the importance of training and how adopting a responsible approach to training can help to provide a safe working environment.
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