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Hackitt fire regs review calls for regime as ‘clear as CDM’

A new regulatory framework “that is as clear and effective as the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations” is needed to improve safety in high-rise residential tower blocks, an independent review of fire safety and building standards has found.

Shoreham crash pilot denies manslaughter

The pilot of an aircraft that crashed into a dual carriageway when an aerobatic stunt went wrong, killing 11 people, has appeared in court to plead not guilty to manslaughter charges.

Shoreham crash pilot charged with manslaughter of 11

The pilot of an aircraft that crashed at the 2015 Shoreham Air Show will face criminal charges, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has announced.


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PPE special: Unready to wear

Why is so little PPE designed for female workers and what can employers do about it?

Play to win

Gaming techniques can help to make safety messages stick. 

Good in a storm

In emergencies many people will instinctively do things unlikely to save them. But you can rectify that. 


Angela Gray CMIOSH