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Singapore Airlines incident shows turbulence is ‘serious workplace safety issue’ that climate change could exacerbate

Six Singapore Airlines cabin crew members were among dozens of people injured when a flight from London Heathrow to Singapore hit severe turbulence over Myanmar, resulting in one onboard fatality.

By Kerry Reals on 22 May 2024

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Purchasing body-worn cameras: 10 top tips

Body-worn cameras can reduce the risk of violence and threats to staff by providing a deterrent effect and documentary evidence for pursuing aggressors, but it’s important to carefully consider issues like functionality, data storage and user training during the selection process.

By Alasdair Field, Reveal Media on 13 May 2024

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Vulnerable workers: protection is key

By Naz Dossa, Peoplesafe on 13 May 2024

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AI and worker wellbeing: a new risk for employers

By David Sharp, International Workplace on 10 May 2024

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EHS software: a vital tool for improving safety at work

By Emma Bundy, Yokogawa RAP on 10 May 2024

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Roofing company fined after worker falls through skylight

A Manchester-based roofing company has been fined £20,000 after an employee fell through a skylight while carrying out repairs and broke several bones.

By Kerry Reals on 16 May 2024

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England still lagging behind on fire safety in residential blocks

By Lucy Brown, affected leaseholder, UK Cladding Action Group on 01 July 2022

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The building safety scandal: 90 per cent of affected flats are still unsafe

By Lucy Brown, affected leaseholder and supporter of the End Our Cladding Scandal campaign on 01 August 2023

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New regulatory regime for safer homes: a call for collaboration

By Andrew Bulmer, The Property Institute on 01 August 2023