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29 June 2022

A COUPLE who subjected victims to a life of misery and poverty by forcing them to work and spending their earnings, have been jailed for modern slavery offences.

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29 June 2022

A BLACKBURN based warehouse owner has been fined after an employee of a roofing contractor Nizamuddin Gorji fell approximately 30 feet through a glass skylight on a warehouse roof resulting in severe life changing injuries.

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29 June 2022

AT THE start of World Wellbeing Week, which takes place from 27 June to 1 July, the Chairman of British Safety Council, Peter McGettrick, has issued a rallying cry to all businesses and employers to make the wellbeing of their staff as important as their health and safety.

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28 June 2022

A NEW survey has highlighted that couriers regard smart motorways and the removal of hard shoulders as the greatest risk to health and safety. Two in five drivers who regularly use national highways identified the smart motorways as the top danger.

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28 June 2022

A DISMANTLING and demolition company has been fined after a worker fell 30 feet to his death when part of a pipe bridge platform gave way.

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27 June 2022

THE MAKER of popular brands like Cathedral City and others has been fined £1.5 million - the largest fine ever awarded for an Environment Agency conviction in the South West.

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27 June 2022

TRIBUTES HAVE been paid to J Russell Brownlie, a former president of IOSH, who passed away recently in Edinburgh.

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27 June 2022

THE UK'S booming logistics sector must not fall behind on safety and compliance while in a period of expansion, urges TTC. It is calling on the industry to continue to focus on driver training for all within the sector in order to increase road safety, decrease accident rates and lower fleet costs for operators, for the benefit of all.

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22 June 2022

WORK IS underway to implement legislation designed to support the wellbeing of healthcare staff and patients, and will be completed by spring 2024.

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22 June 2022

A HUMAN cough simulator to test the effectiveness of face shield protection during the pandemic, reducing the risk of the transmission of COVID to delivery drivers and gas explosion tests in a life size replica house are just some of the studies scientists working for the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have completed in the last 12 months.

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