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  • October 7, 2016 0 comments
    Prison Sentence for Company Director in H&S breach

    A company director from Winsford has been jailed for 12 months after one of his employees was fatally injured at work. Paul Williamson of Thorn Warehousing was killed when a MEWP (Mobile Elevating Work Platform) that he was loading onto a lorry toppled on to him. He had received no training on the loading, no risk assessment had been undertaken and the lorry ramps hadn’t been secured properly. Thorn Warehousing was fined £166,000. Continue reading

  • October 6, 2016 0 comments
    You Can Contract Out a Repair but not Your Responsibility for H&S

    London exhibition venue firm, The Business Design Centre Ltd, and a building contractor have been fined for safety failings after a specialist contractor fell through a fragile skylight. James Murphy, 64, from Chigwell in Essex, who had been appointed by The Business Design Centre Ltd to undertake repair work at the site, suffered serious injuries including a shattered pelvis, broken wrist and a broken elbow as he walked over the unsafe roof. Continue reading

  • October 4, 2016 0 comments
    SG World - Playing the Long Game

    Once again SG World is celebrating its people’s drive and commitment with its Long Service Awards. It’s a longstanding tradition that the factory floor temporarily falls silent and the company comes together to recognise and applaud the contributions of long serving employees. This month seven individuals took to the presentation podium, jointly clocking up an impressive 65 years of service and experience. Continue reading

  • September 29, 2016 0 comments
    Updated Keeping Children Safe in Education Guidance - what do the changes mean?

    If you are the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) for your school you will be aware that the DfE have published an updated issue of Keeping Children Safe in Education (statutory guidance for schools and colleges), with changes effective as of Sept 5th. The changes aren’t dramatic but there have been some shifts of focus in the following areas... Continue reading

  • September 28, 2016 0 comments
    Queens College Case Study - Contractor Control Solutions

    Many schools use the school holidays to schedule essential maintenance or building work. Continually investing in the fabric of the school is all part and parcel of creating the right learning environment for staff and pupils alike. Continue reading

  • September 22, 2016 0 comments
    IMHX 2016 - A Digest for Health & Safety Managers

    If you’re a health & safety professional within the intralogistics and material handling profession and are looking to bring some fresh, forward and safe-thinking to the factory or warehouse, then was IMHX 2016 the place for you? SG World, who exhibited their pre-use inspection solutions at the show, investigates...

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  • Safetember 2016

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    September 21, 2016 0 comments
    Safetember 2016

    Safetember is the Forklift Truck Association's (FLTA) annual month-long Fork Lift Truck (FLT) safety campaign, running throughout September. Working closely with media outlets, training companies, partner organisations and trade associations, the FLTA seeks to raise safety awareness with the aim of reducing the severity and frequency of forklift truck accidents in the United Kingdom. Continue reading

  • September 16, 2016 0 comments
    Hat-Tricky Ricky Concedes Defeat to Benbow’s Boys

    It was a clash of the Titans – the Sales and Marketing (S&M) team versus the rest of SG World (ROSGW) met on the hallowed turf for 60 minutes of thrilling ball play. Roving player, Richard Nichols swapped teams at the half way so neither team got an unfair advantage (interpret this how you want to). Continue reading

  • September 12, 2016 0 comments
    Tough Mudder – the Aftermath

    Congratulations to everyone at SG World and Banks Sheridan who completed the Tough Mudder on Sunday and lived to tell the tale. Participants raised over £500 for the Arnold Haase Charitable Trust, a charitable initiative set up to help those within the Cheshire community. If you want to see what 12 miles of mud caked, physical endurance and team camaraderie look like, the photos are now available to view on Facebook. Continue reading

  • September 8, 2016 0 comments
    Editorial Correction - Health and Safety Breach Case for Millennium Falcon Adjourned

    The SG World Editorial team would like to apologise for a schoolboy error in our last news item concerning the Millennium Falcon. Continue reading

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