From hearing protection that doubles as a heart-rate monitor to impact-sensing knee pads, we review recent and upcoming developments in wearable protection technology.
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The funding institution’s safety adviser talks about ensuring standards on infrastructure projects worldwide, lobbying the Kyrgyz government to let women work and confusing St Helena with St Helier.
Certifying machinery and products coming in and out of the UK as safe for use could become complicated after Brexit.
Are the anchors for rope access work on your premises compliant? Probably not, says Mark Salmon.
We talk to the Gulf state rail project’s senior health and safety manager about changing the cultural mindset of a multinational migrant workforce and keeping it hydrated.
Toby Thorp warns generic height rescue plans can be unfit for complex situations.
Chris Wraith outlines how the powered access industry is using global fatality data to reduce serious MEWP accidents.