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The rail industry, like many other public service industries, held a blame culture for a long time. After a series of incidents over several years leading up to the Ladbroke Grove train crash on 5th October 1999, it became clear that it was eventually the time to move over the blame culture to focus on a just and positive approach of assessing a situation and promoting better health and safety behaviour overall.
The government have updated their guidance safeguarding children, making clear the responsibilities that individuals and organisations hold in ensuring that the children in their care stay safe. It covers, “the legislative requirements and expectations on individual services to safeguard and promote the welfare of children; and a clear framework for Local Safeguarding Children Boards (LSCBs) to monitor the effectiveness of local services”.
News Round-up: Fire Service Has Diamond Safety; Workers are Happier Despite the Recession; Carpentry Boss Fined for Safety Breaches
News round-up of health and safety stories including: Safety award for the Devon and Somerset Fire Service, a survey reports workers are happier despite the recession and HSE fines for a carpenter due to an unsafe construction site.
The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) in Ireland has released its annual statistics about the numbers of people injured and killed during the course of their work in 2012. They found overall, the number of workplace deaths fell by a significant 13%. However, despite the overall numbers going down, deaths in the construction sector rose by 1/3 of the previous year's six, to eight in 2012.