A trial using electric and hybrid plant on a sensitive central London construction site has cut the risk of work-related injuries and brought wider environmental benefits
As colleagues were preparing for the future leaders event (p 28) I was reminded of Lao-Tzu, an ancient Chinese philosopher, who said, “A leader is best when people barely know he exists… when his work is done, his aim f ...
Sensory elements such as smell and heat now feature in immersive technologies for safety training. The author reports on their impact and test-drives one of them.
Andrew Hopkins, whose name is synonymous with process safety, has written extensively about the causes of major accidents in the oil, gas and mining sectors, as well as aviation and transport. His erudite analyses of Deepwater Horizon, Texas City and Longford, among others, underline his outstanding contributions to safety at work that resonate globally.
The idiom to never judge a book by its cover means not to prejudge the worth or value of something by its outward appearance alone.
The UK’s rail network is one of the safest in the world – yet there are worrying indications that this record is under threat.