Choosing the right compliance and management system WEBINAR 30th August

Are you ready to make the switch to a digitized compliance and management system, but finding it hard to choose which one? Gensuite EHS and Sustainability (EHS&S) software systems stand out from the competition! In the most recent National…
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Mental health crisis services in England 'under pressure'

Pete Morris's family tell BBC Radio 5 live they couldn't get any help - before he took his own life. Services for people who are suicidal or self-harming are facing unprecedented demand in England, a BBC Radio 5…

Work to start on covering Grenfell Tower

The deconstruction of the tower is expected to begin towards the end of 2018 Grenfell Tower will be covered in a protective wrap to help with forensic investigations, the site manager has said. Michael Lockwood told a public meeting on Wednesday…

Ohio State Fair ride accident kills one and injures several

 Riders were catapulted into the air, witnesses said One person has been killed and several injured after an accident on a ride at the Ohio State Fair. Fire chief Steve Martin told local media outlets that victims…
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Bishop Auckland building firm fined £20,000 after Spennymoor worker crushed beneath two tonne wall at Hall Hill Farm, Lanchester

 A WIDOW has spoken of the emptiness she has felt since her builder husband was killed when a wall collapsed on him ten days before their first wedding anniversary. Marie Walker-Ratcliffe said she and…
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Firm fined £260k after worker put in a coma for three-and-a-half weeks

A warehouse accident that left a worker with life-changing injuries has led to bosses being hit with a fine of more than £250,000 Pallets stacked on top of each other inside the Probus Creative Housewares warehouse A warehouse…
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Farm leader in cow attack safety warning

  Farmer Victor Chestnutt shows Keith Morrison of the Health and Safety Executive the horns of the cow which almost killed him A senior figure in the Ulster Farmers' Union has described how he was almost gored…
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Worker dies in Notting Hill street after basement of a £5m mansion he was renovating was flooded with toxic gas

A MAN working in a toxic fume-filled basement died in the street after being pulled unconscious from the £5m mansion He had been dragged out from the Notting Hill home in London yesterday afternoon as it is believed he was…
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Construction firms fined £1 million for exposing workers during asbestos scandal at Walthamstow school

Asbestos had been uncovered during renovation work at St Mary's Primary Three companies have been fined a total of more than £1 million after workers were exposed to asbestos during the refurbishment of a school. Balfour…
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LKAB Minerals fined after worker loses fingers

Company sentenced after employee loses two fingers in crush injury while attempting to repair main gate LKAB Minerals (Richmond) Ltd have been fined £8,000 after a worker lost his middle two fingers while trying to repair…

Hospitals that put the sick at risk face court: Watchdog considers legal action against several trusts after patients were harmed

The Care Quality Commission is investigating a number of hospital trusts  Experts are examining cases where it is alleged hospitals have harmed patients The CQC was given new powers following the Mid Staffordshire scandal  In March,…
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Poll overwhelmingly backs introduction of safe standing section at Middlesbrough

'Boro supporters believes they should be given the choice whether to sit or stand at matches Middlesbrough supporters have given overwhelming backing to the introduction of safe standing, according to a new poll.The Middlesbrough Supporters…