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Sensor technology can help project teams to make critical decisions early on in a process.
Safety technology can revolutionise the workplace but there are pitfalls to watch out for.
A technology that draws digital boundaries around work areas has helped to improve safety on construction sites and in fleet management.
Four experts discuss the parliamentary report Staying Alive, the use of technological innovations to improve hazard perception and encouraging the reporting of poor practices.
Fragrances and flavourings giant Givaudan has developed a workplace model to ensure staff at all levels understand how to send everyone home safe.
Workers undertaking maintenance, refurbishment and demolition are most at risk from developing asbestos related diseases but are current controls sufficient?
A report from a UK parliamentary group makes four recommendations to reduce the overall number of falls related to work at height, the cause of one in four workplace fatalities.
Businesses that accurately code employee crashes can identify areas for improving fleet safety.
Construction work presents risks to workers and the public but using simple site drawings to outline control measures can help to minimise them
Practitioners and investor representatives gathered in Paris to examine how safety and health fits into corporate social responsibility.
Construction HSE ,Consultancy,Corporate HSE,Risk management
Location: United Kingdom
Corporate HSE,Risk management
Salary: £28,353 - £31,995
Occupational Health & Hygiene ,Risk management ,Training,Transport
Corporate HSE,Environmental Health & Safety,Quality Assurance/Systems,Risk management
Salary: £40,000 - £47,000