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Liverpool Prison workers fired for raising safety concerns win unfair dismissal case

An employment tribunal has ruled that Amey unfairly dismissed two maintenance workers for raising health and safety concerns at Liverpool Prison. John Bromilow and Harry Wildman had worked at the prison for more than 20 years when they were dismissed in November 2016.

Bill for OH shortcomings in construction approaches £1bn

Occupational ill-health in the construction industry is costing employers £848m a year, new research has found.

Hackitt fire review calls for simpler regulatory structure

The fire safety regime covering high-risk buildings is “not fit for purpose” according to the interim report by the independent review of building regulations and fire safety chaired by Dame Judith Hackitt.


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EHS Congress 2018

More than 250 delegates gathered in Berlin on 7 and 8 November 2018 to discuss management issues including OSH culture and leadership. 

Driver safety special: Marginal notes

There is no magic way to protect forklift drivers and pedestrians when they share space but bolstering training with small interventions can help. 

Karl Simons, Thames Water

The London utility’s OSH and security head is driving down injury rates with a ‘culture of care’.