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Campaign urges U-turn on funding cuts to narrow UK’s widening 'enforcement gap'

A flagship campaign to reverse funding cuts to enforcement agencies has been launched, arguing that local and national safety enforcement teams have been “slowly eroded”.

Wooden board sent flying by pipe fatally struck workman

An engineering company in Scotland has been fined following the death of an employee who was struck by a wooden bearer in the yard of a fabrication workshop.

Energy giant fined £400k after uncontrolled oil leak

BP Exploration Operating Company must pay £400,000 after it failed to prevent the release of almost 4 tonnes of crude oil in Shetland nearly seven years ago.

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Changing landscape

Safety and health professionals must develop non-technical skills to keep pace in the fourth industrial revolution – and IOSH’s new competency framework will be key to this

Fit for the future

The Building a Safer Future report proposes reforming the building and fire safety regulatory framework to prevent tragedies like Grenfell Tower occurring again, but what do the changes mean in practice?  

The art of seeing

A training technique typically used in art education offers a fresh perspective on identifying hazards.

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