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RIBA sets mandatory architects’ safety competence test post-Grenfell

Chartered members of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) will have to pass a new test from next year, which will demonstrate their competence in safeguarding building users. 

SAS soldiers court martialled over Brecon Beacon deaths

Two soldiers from the British Army’s Special Air Service (SAS) are being tried by court martial over the deaths of three reservists during a 26 km training exercise in the Brecon Beacons, South Wales.

NZ scholarship programme to boost ageing OSH workforce

The Health and Safety Association of New Zealand (HASANZ) has launched an annual scholarship programme to increase the number of qualified OSH practitioners in the country. 

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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. 

Kathy Seabrook, Center for Safety and Health Sustainability

The former president of IOSH’s US equivalent is working to raise investor pressure for more OSH transparency.

Paul Wright, Biffa

The waste management contractor’s new OSH director plans to adapt COMAH industry techniques to continue a downward trend in accidents. 

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