A slave to fashion? The campaign to reform the garment industry

    How the UK’s garment workers have been let down by the very system which claimed to protect them – and what needs to change.

    By Meg Lewis, Labour behind the label on 07 September 2020

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    DHL fined £2.6m after falling tyres kill office worker and injure three others

    DHL has been fined £2.6m after a man was killed and three others injured after a stack of tyres toppled and fell through the adjacent roof of an office where they were working at the Coventry warehouse.

    By Belinda Liversedge on 23 October 2019

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    Inside Amazon

    Amazon is proud of its customer obsession, but where does that leave its workers? Safety Management visits the Tilbury warehouse in Essex to find out what the score is on health, safety and wellbeing at the company.

    By Belinda Liversedge on 04 November 2019

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    The future workforce: augmentation, not just automation  

    The speed of evolution within artificial intelligence and automation is exciting, yet for companies seeking rapid improvements in productivity, the ROI model is just not adding up.

    By Andreas Koenig on 19 August 2019