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Safety Management News

3 Mar 2017
Shale gas, the battle lines are drawn In May last year, gas company Third Energy was granted planning permission to drill and carry out hydraulic fracturing at an existing well at Kirby Misperton in North Yorkshire. Read more
3 Mar 2017
When your guests’ wellbeing is your business Whittlebury Hall and Spa, the hospitality sector winner of the International Safety Awards 2016, faces unique health and safety challenges, like the rest of the industry. Read more
3 Mar 2017
A year of record levels of penalties Since the introduction of the Sentencing Council’s guidelines on health and safety, corporate manslaughter and food safety and hygiene offences in February 2016, there has been a spate of prosecutions. Read more
3 Mar 2017
Sweet little lies Energy drinks can be dangerous. Scientists have warned that over-consumption can trigger sudden cardiac arrest in young people, while pressure group, Action on Sugar, has urged the government to ban them for children. Read more
27 Feb 2017
Plumber case 'reveals workers’ rights sham’ The Pimlico Plumbers ruling over workers’ rights exposes a growing problem of sham self-employment, says TUC. - See more at: https://sm.britsafe.org/plumber-case-reveals-workers%E2%80%99-rights-sham%E2%80%99#sthash.DfzRjP0I.dpuf Read more
8 Feb 2017
Diabetes: a very costly type of condition There are currently 3.3 million people in the UK with type 2 diabetes and a further 940,000 believed to be undiagnosed but living with the condition. The total indirect and direct care costs associated with diabetes currently stand at £23.7 billion. Read more