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Two years on from the Alton Towers rollercoaster crash the operator’s most senior safety leader talks about crisis management and building a public safety brand.
The underground centre straddling France and Switzerland is home to the 27 km tunnel containing the Large Hadron Collider and some very particular hazards.
Brexit, mental health in construction, asbestos surveys and industrial sweeping were among the topics aired at the British Occupational Hygiene Society’s (BOHS) annual gathering in Harrogate.
The institution’s annual Middle East Conference saw the launch of its five-year strategy and explored developments in Qatar’s worker welfare standards and how the Qur’an can support a strong safety culture.
The terms qualitative and quantitative risk assessments can confuse even the best. Perusing a LinkedIn conversation recently reinforced that impression as an expert attempted to explain the quantitative method to a sector newbie. According to the correspondent, a quantitative assessment assigned numbers to risk likelihood and severity, on a scale of, say, one to three or one to five. The numbers were then multiplied, and the result was the quantitative assessment.