Entries by Rebecca Lambert

Make sure you are part of HSE People LinkedIn groups

Great start to the week as HSE People group hits new member high! HSE People’s main LinkedIn group has hit new a milestone today amassing over 44,000 members. The group is for those who wish to network with others who work in high-risk specialisms such as HSE, Fire, Risk, Security and Quality, sharing information, posing […]

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BOHS Asbestos Roadshows

BOHS Asbestos Roadshows now complete Thanks to all those who attended the Asbestos Roadshow events. For those who couldn’t make the dates the slides are available on the BOHS website Click Here London Roadshow Manchester Roadshow If you have an event you’d like to promote please contact us for more information.

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“FIT NOTE” or Sick Note?

A “Fit Note” is a record of advice from your Doctor. But I wonder how many are used as they are actually intended? Are they really just Sick Notes by another name?” Doctor, I’m stressed… “Have you had trouble sleeping and concentrating?” Uh huh.. “Passing water more than usual?” Not really “Difficulty in switching off and relaxing?” […]

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HSE People Webinars – Inspire, Interact and Impact

  What is a webinar? A webinar is a live web-based video conference that uses the internet to connect the individual hosting the webinar to an audience. Why should you host a webinar? Webinars provide excellent value for money and ROI – more leads with less overheads You can demonstrate your company’s expertise in their field directly to customers […]

Assaults on mental health staff up 25% in four years

Mental health staff in the UK are working in a “powder keg” environment, as assaults by patients soar, a BBC investigation has revealed Image copyright: ISTOCK Figures obtained by 5 live Investigates show there were more than 42,000 reported attacks on staff in 2016-17 in the mental health trusts who responded. The figure is more than […]

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Monoworld Recycling fined after ‘multiple safety failings’

Northamptonshire firm Monoworld Recycling and two directors have been prosecuted after the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) found “multiple safety failings” at their Irchester Road site in Rushden. The sentencing last week came after the company pleaded guilty earlier this year. Monoworld Recycling was ordered to pay around £90, 000 and one of its directors was […]