Home » Management » Management systems

Latest News

News continued

‘Blue tape’ business rules report aims to help SMEs find ‘proportionate’ advice

The safety and health rules businesses impose on each other – often referred to as “blue tape” – combined with inconsistent, sometimes incompetent advice threaten to discredit sensible regulation and good guidance and practice.

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.

New voluntary standards scheme targets workplace mental health

A voluntary accreditation scheme aimed at improving employee wellbeing has been launched by a mental health consultancy.


News continued

Error alert

Workers often recognise and correct their own errors before it is too late, research shows.

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.