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  • Health & Safety Halloween Stories

    Health & Safety Halloween Stories

    October 25, 2016

    As we draw near to Halloween we thought we would take a look around the web at some big health and safety fails captured on camera. Photos which depict the triumph of human optimism over any common sense whatsoever. Photos guaranteed to give any H&S manager nightmares this Halloween...

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  • Nifco Case Study: Making an Unmanned Reception Work for You

    Nifco Case Study: Making an Unmanned Reception Work for You

    October 25, 2016

    Some of us may prefer to be greeted by a ‘real person’ when walking through the doors of an organisation but this isn’t always practical. Many companies operate an unmanned reception and the effectiveness of this is all down to the processes and systems implemented by the organisation. Continue reading

  • The Day the Clocks Stopped in Aberfan

    The Day the Clocks Stopped in Aberfan

    October 21, 2016

    Today we remember Aberfan, the terrible tragedy that shocked the country and galvanized the political will to transform the UK’s approach to workplace health and safety. On 21st October 1966,  a mountain of slurry and coal waste engulfed Pantglas junior school in Aberfan, claiming the lives of 116 children and 28 adults. The investigating tribunal opened in November 1966 and sat for 76 days — then the longest-running tribunal in British history. The published report left no room for doubt about what had caused the disaster and where the blame lay: Continue reading

  • FFI Appeal Process Challenged

    FFI Appeal Process Challenged

    October 12, 2016

    Health & Safety at Work have reported that the Fee for Intervention (FFI) appeal process is under challenge. Facilities management company OCS Group has been granted a first hearing over the way the HSE handles FFI appeals, alleging that the regulator is in breach of “natural justice”. The claimants counsel will argue that the HSE is effectively acting as "prosecutor, judge and jury" in a situation where it has “a financial interest in imposing, maximising and upholding fees.” Continue reading

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