Willmott Dixon has launched its second infographic as part of its All Safe Minds mental fitness campaign, designed to keep its colleagues talking The new infographic has been released to reinforce the on-going message that we all need to be aware when it comes to our own mental fitness and...
Ryan Simmonds, Sales Director for Framing at voestalpine Metsec plc, explores the importance of only specifying framing materials that have been fire tested or assessed and the options available to the industry.
With fire safety under the spotlight, Assessed Risk examines the key steps in carrying out a fire risk assessment that goes beyond box-ticking to ensure all bases are covered if the worst happens
The government has released its rough sleeping strategy, vowing to offer rapid specialist assessments and support to 6,000 vulnerable people
David Parr, policy and technical director at the British Safety Council, examines the final recommendations of the Hackitt Review into fire safety and building regulations
Shell UK Ltd has been fined for health and safety breaches after a technician was struck by a cylinder and left severely injured on the Brent Delta offshore installation
What do you need to know in order to safely and correctly install a fully functioning fire detection and alarm system in a building? A new qualification pathway from the Fire Industry Association aims to provide the answers
Jonathan Seymour, Business Leader for HCL Safety, specialist sub-contractor in fall protection and part of MSA Safety, shares his view on the latest provisional statistics on fatalities at work by The Health and Safety Executive (HSE)
Roof Maker discuss the changes in fire regulations over time, and how you can ensure your building is protected.
A Manchester-based property developer has been sentenced after the roof and part of the rear wall collapsed at one of his properties during demolition works
Lloyd's Register looks into the new international standard for occupational health and safety, ISO 45001, which aims to prevent work-related injury and ill-health, and to provide a safe and healthy workplace.
Asbestos may have been long since banned in the construction of new buildings but exposure to this hazardous material is still a very real risk for many working in the industry. Louise Hosking, director of Hosking Associates, looks at how to manage that risk
Real estate company and contractor have been convincted for breaching health and safety regulations for a building site on Gladesmore Road, London.
Ryan Simmonds, Sales Director for Framing at voestalpine Metsec plc, explores the importance of only specifying framing materials and fire safety work including the many options available to the industry.