A building company found guilty of failing to safely manage work on a construction site has been fined £900,000 after a bricklayer died from fatal head injuries.
New research has revealed the need for occupational health standards to be “trickled down” through the construction industry to match improvements in safety criteria.
More than 250 delegates gathered in Berlin on 7 and 8 November 2018 to discuss management issues including OSH culture and leadership.
The London utility’s OSH and security head is driving down injury rates with a ‘culture of care’.
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