By Belinda Liversedge on 02 August 2022
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Breaking guidelines for working in the heat is the same as breaking the highway code, says a video produced by GMB union to help workers know their rights for working in extreme heat.
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By Belinda Liversedge on 21 July 2022
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By Stephen Cooke, British Safety Council on 15 July 2022
By David Sharp, International Workplace on 12 August 2022
AI is already being widely used to protect people’s health and safety at work, but there’s a danger the data being harvested could be used in negative ways, such as pervasive monitoring of employees’ work rates and performance.
By Guy Osmond, Osmond Ergonomics on 08 August 2022
By Chris Preston, The Culture Builders on 29 July 2022
By Dr Sam Farley, Leeds University Business School on 01 August 2022
By Belinda Liversedge on 29 July 2022
Carlsberg has been fined £3 million after a man died and another was seriously injured following an ammonia gas leak at one of its breweries.
By Belinda Liversedge on 11 March 2022
By Belinda Livedrsedge on 10 March 2022
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By Clive Betts MP on 08 August 2022
Government plans to fix the building safety crisis leave leaseholders and social housing providers on the hook for significant costs, writes Clive Betts, the MP and Chair of the Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Select Committee.
By Mike Robinson FCA, British Safety Council on 08 August 2022
By Layla Moran MP on 29 July 2022
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By Chaired by Belinda Liversedge on 14 September 2020
In our latest edition of A Safer Conversation, two experts discuss the concept of reasonable practicability in the age of coronavirus.