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Calls to Upgrade Sewage Works After Oxford Bathing Spot Tests High For Bacteria

The only official swimming spot on the Thames has failed bacteria safety tests, prompting calls for Thames Water to upgrade treatment systems. Testing at Wolvercote …

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Ventilation Testing Company Fined For Putting Hundreds at Risk

A company that tests ventilation systems has been fined for putting hundreds of workers at risk of serious lung diseases. Airtec Filtration Ltd was used …

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Company Fined After Skylight Fall Puts Worker in a Six-Week Coma

A Hertfordshire construction company has been fined after a worker fell through a skylight while working on a six-storey house. The man fell over three …

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Gearing up for ExpoProtection 2022

Global safety manufacturer MSA Safety is getting ready to showcase its market leading safety products at this year’s ExpoProtection event in Paris, from 15th to …

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International Energy Industry Unites towards ‘Maximum Energy, Minimum Emissions’ at Record Breaking ADIPEC 2022

ADIPEC 2022, the world’s most inclusive energy conference and exhibition drew to a close today with a record attendance of more than 160,000 visitors The …

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Hinkley Point C construction Worker Killed in ‘Traffic Incident’

A construction worker has died while working at the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station site in Somerset. EDF Energy confirmed the death of a …

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Chipboard Firm Fined £2.1m Over Worker Death

A Scottish chipboard manufacturer has been fined £2.1m after health and safety failings led to the death of an employee. Norbord Europe, now part of …

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Plymouth Explosion: Health and Safety Executive ‘Making Enquiries’ After Fire Extinguisher Incident

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has said it is “making enquiries” after the fire extinguisher explosion that left one person injured. The explosion occurred …

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5 HSE Trends for 2023

As 2022 draws to a rapid close, we begin to look towards what 2023 holds and how we can prepare our business for the year …

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Companies given six-figure fines after HGV driver seriously injured

Three companies have been given six-figure fines after a driver was crushed between a reversing HGV and a forklift truck in a warehouse beside Heathrow …

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New Female Crash Test Dummy will Improve Car Safety for Women

Ever since crash test dummies were first introduced in the 1950s, there has been an inherent gender bias that means testing has centred around the …

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Farming Company Appears In Court Charged With Health and Safety Offences After Primary School Teacher is Trampled to Death by a Cow

A farming company has appeared in court charged with health and safety offences after a primary school teacher was trampled to death by a stampeding …