Injuries caused by falling scaffold fittings could have been avoided through correct risk assessment and lift planning
The number of construction inspections carried out by health and safety inspectors has fallen 14 per cent in a year
Two men have died after a crane collapsed at a Cheshire building site, while a third man is hospitalised
Unique sprinkler installation course has record number of enrolments in 2017, says Ruth Oliver Skills & Qualifications Adviser to BAFSA
Koen ter Linde, vice president of Enterprise in Europe, CommScope, addresses safety with new EU building legislation looming and the need for compliance
More awareness needs to be raised about the hazards associated with asbestos exposure in soil on developed land says Neil Munro
Awarding Organisation Manager Ian Gurling tells PBC Today what the FIA's four new qualifications in fire detection entail and why they are necessary
A firm has been fined for failing to enact correct health and safety protocols after a worker was injured following a fall from height
The Sentencing Council has brought into effect new plea sentencing guidance that set out the principles when reducing a sentence following admission of guilt New sentencing guidance has been released relating to reducing a sentence in the event of a guilty plea. The guidance, which was released on 1 June...
Christian McCale, CDM and Safety Consultant, Innov8, highlights the importance of a proper face fit test for wearers of respiratory protective equipment.
Mears Group has enacted a beard ban to improve the health and safety of their workers, but is the decision right?
A range of experts have come together to develop new guidance for those managing or supervising Mobile Elevating Work Platform safety
While there have been a raft of changes in both politics and the economy, the latest fire industry survey reveals the sector has remained stable
A hearing at the Old Bailey has revealed how safety concerns were brought up on the same day four workers were crushed to death