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Safety Management News

12 Jan 2017
Wilko fined £2.2million after worker paralysed by cage fall Household goods giant Wilko has been fined £2.2million after a young woman was left paralysed when a metal cage collapsed on her in a store in Leicester. Read more
12 Jan 2017
European Commission plans prompt Brexit question New health and safety initiatives launched by the European Commission today have raised fresh questions over what will happen to the UK after Brexit. Read more
9 Jan 2017
We must get over stigma of mental illness at work, says Theresa May Employers will be given training in supporting staff who need to take time off for mental health conditions, Theresa May will say today in her first major speech on health. Read more
9 Jan 2017
Worker dies in MEWP fall after hire firm’s ‘cheap repair’ A manager of a plant hire firm has been jailed after a worker was thrown nearly 30m down to his death from a broken cherry picker his firm had hired for use in Glasgow city centre. Read more
9 Jan 2017
Crack down on office ‘cake culture’: surgeons warn The workplace has become one of the main sites of sugar consumption as cakes and biscuits are no longer an occasional treat, but a ‘prominent feature of modern working life’, the Royal College of Surgeons has warned. Read more
5 Jan 2017
Firm failed to supply PPE to workers burned in chemical spray A North East engineering company, which pleaded not guilty after two workers had been left with life threatening chemical burn injuries has been sentenced and fined £150,000 at court this week. Read more