Saturday, November 26, 2022

Scraper bridges installed quickly and safely at London Tideway

A&J Fabtech has been commended for developing a new safer, quicker and lower cost method of installing rotating full-bridge suction lift scrapers, a procedure...

Board director achieves NEBOSH distinction to support safety culture

A board director from drainage service provider Lanes Group has taken the unusual step of achieved a nationally-recognised health and safety qualification - as...

Wireless monitor extends benefits of real-time safety to a wider audience

Honeywell has introduced the MicroRAE gas monitor, said to be the industry’s first wireless four-gas monitor that operates with all major wireless communications protocols...

Storms, floods, fires – league table highlights biggest threats to business continuity in 2016...

Whether it was a fire that brought a halt to a bustling city centre, structural damage to a bridge that diverted 80,000 commuters daily...

London firm gets £40k fine for unguarded opening

A London based construction company has been fined for safety failings. Westminster Magistrates’ Court heard how RS Construction UK (London) Limited was working at...

When asbestos removal goes wrong

UKATA explains what to do when the best laid plans fail In the light of several cases where asbestos has been incorrectly removed, or improperly...

Camera systems improve safety and track performance of food waste collection service

New additions to Midlothian Council’s fleet of vehicles have recently been installed with camera systems to assist in the efficient day-to-day operations of its...

Topsides event to focus on ‘saving money safely’

A new, interactive oil and gas conference and exhibition, taking place at Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre on 16 and 17 March, will address...

Helping the workforce learn to manage asbestos

SGS UK, a company focused on inspection, verification, testing and certification, is offering training to help employees avoid exposure to asbestos to and manage...

Demystifying the myths behind working at height

Test your knowledge and make sure you know what the real threats are, suggests Stuart Linnitt, Global Engineered Systems Manager at Capital Safety, a...

New sentencing guidelines mean a hike in fines for health and safety breaches

From 1 February 2016 Crown Courts and Magistrates Courts in England and Wales will be bound by tough new guidelines when sentencing offenders who...

Moray Council first to make health & safety commitment

Moray Council has become the first resource management team in Scotland to sign up to a national commitment to prioritise health and safety it...

BSIF outlines impact of new health and safety sentencing guidelines on businesses

Alan Murray, CEO of the British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF) reflects on the new health and safety sentencing guidelines and how these may affect...

Shell sentenced over North Sea oil release

Oil and gas production company Shell UK has been sentenced after admitting failures that led to an oil leak in the North Sea. On 10...