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Court slashes NPS London’s asbestos fine by £320k on appeal

The Court of Appeal has reduced NPS London’s asbestos fine on the grounds that it should have been treated as a "small" organisation rather than "large".

Demolition co’s £400k fine more than halved with likelihood-of-harm revision

The £400,000 fine handed to demolition contractor Squibb Group after workers were exposed to a risk of inhaling asbestos fibres during the refurbishment of a London school in 2012 has been reduced by the Court of Appeal.

HSE’s science division analysing 870 tonnes of evidence three years after Didcot collapse

The investigation into the circumstances of the partial collapse of Didcot A Power Station has moved off the site to the Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) science division facility. 


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REACH: Brexit strategies

In the second of our articles on the EU’s chemicals overarching licensing regulation, we look at the potential paths for the UK when it leaves the bloc (Read our first article, REACH, the clock is ticking.)

REACH: the clock is ticking

In the first of two articles on the EU’s overarching chemicals licensing regulation, we consider the impact of the upcoming registration deadline. 

Humber Bridge: open all hours

Maintaining the Grade 1 listed structure involves working round high wind speeds and 24/7 traffic flow.