Entries by Rebecca Lambert

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HSE People – Marketing & Advertising Solutions

☀️It might be the Summer holidays for some people but it certainly isn’t for HSE People. We are experiencing the busiest couple of months in the history of the business!!☀️   Whether you are promoting an event, launching a product or promoting your training course or service, HSE People can help. With an online network […]

The Safeti Podcast with Richard Collins

HSE People is pleased to share one of Richard Collins’ Safeti Podcasts This is a great podcast with host Richard Collins who chats to Michael Emery the creator of the IOSH Approved ‘Coaching for Safety’ course. “The Safeti Podcast provides you with valuable insights into the Environment, Health and Safety profession and industry. Do you […]


HSE People – Testimonial

“Having dealt with the HSE People team on a few occasions, I have no issue recommending them to anyone.  Rebecca and Mark are very knowledgeable and well connected people who thrive on making positive and useful referrals to their clients and contacts.  Having received a number of editions of Salus, we decided to advertise through […]

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A safe place to work report

Today’s workplace environment is radically different to that of just ten years ago. Changing circumstances across the globe have thrown up unique sets of challenges and new areas of risk, as well as innovative solutions. The primary responsibility of every organization remains the same: to provide an environment that minimizes risks and protects its workers. BSI’s […]

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When children make a Safety Induction video!

We love this Safety Induction video made by Jess and friends for CPE Pressure Vessels Ltd. Stephen Newall, Managing Director said “We wanted to make the briefing more engaging and also promote health and safety.  We found that by using our own kids to make the film, it set a friendly and positive tone to all meetings.  […]

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Dying from embarrassment – Andrew Downie TechIOSH

10th – 16th June is Men’s Health Week in the UK, Andrew Downie shared his personal experience of testicular cancer “Women are dying from embarrassment” stated a national tabloid headline which caught my eye very recently.  The gist of the article was a decline amongst British women being tested for cervical cancer. Ultimately, they were potentially putting […]

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Hero of the Month – Claire Lomas MBE

On the 6th May 2007 Claire Lomas’ life was turned upside down when she was paralysed in a freak horse riding accident. Claire’s injuries included a fractured neck, dislocated back, a punctured lung, fractured ribs and also pneumonia. Her spinal cord was damaged, Claire was paralysed from the chest down. Claire has not let that […]