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HSENI focus on reducing farm accidents

The Health and Safety Executive Northern Ireland (HSENI) has committed to ongoing inspections of farms to reduce the number of accidents. Farming was a “high-risk way of life from a health and safety point of view,” HSENI chief executive Robert Kidd told Farming Life magazine.

Jersey ‘building boom’ driving rise in enforcement activity

Jersey’s Health and Safety Inspectorate has issued 22 prohibition notices this year, just three less than the total for the whole of 2018. The rise in enforcement activity is being driven by a thriving building industry, the inspectorate believes.   

Building co fined over inadequate welfare facilities

A Stockport construction firm that failed to provide its workers with suitable welfare facilities has been sentenced. 


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Driven to distraction

Inattentive and distracted drivers carry risks for their employers as well as the public.

IOSH 2018

Post-Grenfell regulatory reform, ISO 45001 lessons, Formula One racing safety and managing accident investigations were among the highlights of this year’s conference. 

Piper Alpha: regime changer

July 2018 marks the 30th anniversary of the oil industry’s worst disaster, which changed safety regulation and practice.