With construction site accidents claiming 60,000 lives around the world every year, two new courses have been launched to help businesses in the construction sector better protect workers.
A bridge construction company has pleaded guilty to breaching health and safety regulations after a worker was seriously injured during a lifting operation.
Here we examine how asbestos exposure and mental health issues have impacted the construction industry.
New research by the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health has shed new light on mental health training in the workplace.
SM Builder Expert Limited has been fined after a man fell to his death at a concealed basement void in a domestic property undergoing construction work.
A male railway worker has died after being hit by an oncoming train between Purley and Coulsdon South stations on the mainline between London and Brighton.
Safer City Streets, the worldwide traffic safety network for liveable cities, has published its first global benchmark of urban road safety.
Bradley Markham, director at Bull Products, believes that smart technology could minimise worker injuries and ensuring a safer construction site.
A conference held at Ark Conference Centre, Basingstoke is set to explore how poor mental health can affect skin conditions and the construction industry.
Interserve Facilities Management has been fined after multiple safety failings at a laboratory site for the Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency in Weybridge
RICS has launched a series of thought pieces from property experts and political figures to highlight solutions to eradicate homelessness.
Louise Hosking, a chartered health and safety practitioner and director of Hosking Associates, discusses the challenges involved in identifying and monitoring asbestos in schools.
Rubberbond's report looked at mental health in the construction industry and found the sector suffers from the most amount of suicides of any profession.
Charles Pickles of Lucion says the UK needs to bring its asbestos monitoring regulations in line with other countries who have more robust controls.