Kellie is a freelance writer and former online editor of the Health and Safety at Work website.
A council has been fined £500,000 after a woman with dementia died following a fall at one of its care homes.
A construction company has been ordered to pay $151,578.21 to a worker who was left permanently paralysed from the chest down after falling about two metres and landing on his head.
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) has sent its revised manifesto the three main political parties ahead of this week's General Election.
Thames Water Utilities has been fined £300,000 following an incident in which three workers were carried along a sewer after a 150-year-old sewer gate collapsed.
An engineering firm in Birmingham has been fined £86,000 after two workers were seriously injured when they were thrown from the chuck of a large vertical boring machine.
Hampshire County Council has been sentenced after a six-year-old girl was injured while playing on a street bollard that had been secured with cable ties.
A new competency framework to guide the development of occupational safety and health professionals and meet the needs of employers for a broader set of competencies, has been launched by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has prosecuted plastic packaging manufacturer Sirap UK over the unsafe stacking of flexible intermediate bulk containers (FIBCs) after a worker was injured at the firm’s County Durham site.
Unique Envelope Façade Solutions has been fined £20,160 after failing to protect its self-employed workers from the risk of a cable strike explosion or electrocution while carrying out repairs at a site in Coventry.