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Training failures left delivery driver with traumatic brain injury on first day of work

An agency worker who fell off a raised tail lift and suffered a brain injury on his first day in a new job had not been trained to use the equipment safely, a court was told.

Balfour Beatty fined £600k over death on third Don crossing site

A division of infrastructure giant Balfour Beatty has been fined £600,000 after it failed to implement a safe system of work for refuelling machinery on the third Don crossing site in Aberdeen, Scotland. 

Shovel loader death at UPM paper mill leads to fines of £700,000

Two companies have been fined a total of £700,000 after a contract worker was fatally crushed by a shovel loader at a Welsh paper mill. 


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Training evaluation: Measures of success

Paul Smith explains why training evaluation is critical and how to build it in from the start. 

Learning preferences: Style guide

Stephen Flounders says trainers have to be adaptable and use a range of techniques to meet different learners’ needs. 

Mobile learning: On the small screen

Julian Roberts looks at the potential for mobile phones and tablets to deliver OSH training.