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Scaffolder plunged 11.5 m through fragile asbestos cement roof

Two contractors have been fined after a scaffolder fell through a foundry’s fragile roof and died from his injuries.

Sensors on roller garage door in fatal crush were incorrectly wired

An electrical engineering firm that failed to identify faulty safety sensors on a garage door only a month before it crushed a woman to death has been sentenced.

‘Longstanding failures’ at refinery that led to fatal explosion costs firms more than £6m

Two companies must pay more than £6m after “longstanding failures” to control the risks to safety from flammable atmospheres at the Pembroke refinery in south Wales eight years ago led to a fatal explosion.


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The view from the summit

Practitioners and investor representatives gathered in Paris to examine how safety and health fits into corporate social responsibility. 

A different level

A year since the launch of ISO 45001, we outline the benefits of adopting its principles and how OSH professionals can foster management buy-in. 

Table talk: ISO 45001

Four experts reflect on early experiences of the international management standard and offer advice for those looking to adopt its principles.