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50 years of the Health & Safety at Work Act


2024 MARKS 50 years since the introduction of the Health & Safety at Work Act (1974). Ridwaan Omar explains how the Act has evolved and what organisations can expect in the coming year.

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Key predictions for the safety sector in 2024


AS THE safety sector continues to evolve and advance, there are several important areas that must be prioritised in 2024. Dave Head provides five key predictions for the safety sector in 2024.

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David Lloyd Club prosecution highlights importance of risk assessments


RIDWAAN OMAR looks at why regular risk assessments are crucial for swimming pool operators.

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The RAAC Crisis


Charlie Green explains why embracing prefabrication is key for safer educational institutions.

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Carbon forecasting: Helping you save time, cost, and carbon emissions


THE IMPACTS of climate change are already starting to affect us, as extreme weather and biodiversity loss affects the communities least able to withstand it. Without concerted and ambitious action from companies and governments, climate change will have a significant effect on our businesses and our daily lives.

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Responding to serious workplace accidents


WHEN A serious incident happens at work, it can be difficult to know what to do. Here, Tom McNeill offers practical guidance to help you navigate through what can be a complex legal minefield.

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Digital and connected safety


RECENT DEVELOPMENTS in digitalisation and connectivity have transformed the way we work, with the potential to make workplaces not only smarter but safer. David Head provides an insight.

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Is it time to upgrade your fall protection PPE?


WHEN IT comes to fall protection PPE (personal protective equipment), is compliance with legal standards enough? Alfonso Fernandez of MSA Safety explains why it pays to go the extra mile when protecting your employees.

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Let’s never stop being ‘starry eyed’ about safety and health


HALF A century ago a controversial committee report was published by the government in Britain, which led to momentous change and radically altered our approach to occupational health and safety. NEBOSH CEO Chris Payne offers his thoughts on the Robens Report and its lasting legacy.

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A greener future


EDUCATING INDIVIDUALS and workforces is key to ensuring a greener future says Brenig Moore.