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27th March 2013
A complaint from a concerned employee has resulted in a fine of almost £4,000 after a hair salon in Herne Bay was found to have no Employers’ Liability Compulsory Insurance (ELCI). The legally ... Read more
26th March 2013
A six-week consultation has been launched by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) concerning updated guidance on first aid in the workplace. The HSE is seeking views on draft guidance material which is designed ... Read more
22nd March 2013
Draft guidelines recently published by the Sentencing Council are proposing that stiffer penalties are imposed for serious environmental offences. The new guidance, which is subject to public consultation, ... Read more
14th March 2013
An engineering company based in Southampton has been fined after an employee was seriously injured by an inadequately guarded aluminium casting machine. Following the incident on 9 May 2012, the man sustained a ... Read more
13th March 2013
The House of Lords has voted against plans to make it easier for businesses to fight compensation claims for workplace accidents. Proposals in the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill would have removed civil ... Read more
1st March 2013
A flooring manufacturer has been found guilty of safety failings after an employee was dragged into an unguarded machine at its factory in Greater Manchester. The company was prosecuted by the Health and Safety ... Read more
16 May 2013
A Nuneaton-based metal finishing firm has been fined £133,000 plus £33,000 in costs after a large fire on ...
15 May 2013
New regulations aimed at controlling risks associated with needles and other 'sharps' in the healthcare sector have ...
14 May 2013
EdExec Live is taking place on Thursday, 23 May 2013, at London’s Business Design Centre The event is for those ...
09 May 2013
Staying up to date with the legislation surrounding health, safety and the environment is essential in helping you to ...