The University of Northumbria has been fined £400,000 after two volunteer students were rushed to intensive care following a laboratory experiment that left them in a critical state.
A construction company that specialises in building timber-framed structures has been fined £100,000 for failing to control ignition sources at one of its sites, where workers were found smoking and carrying out hot work.
The head of the OSH section at the UN’s labour agency talks about helping make the regulatory weather worldwide.
The biopharmaceuticals group’s director of environment, health and safety systems talks about managing risks presented by a changing business model, prizing wellbeing and the pleasures of site auditing.
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