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Firm fined for not insuring employees

hse.gov.uk - Date: 2 November 2011 Release No: HSE/254/11 A kitchen and bedroom furniture manufacturer from Corby has been fined for failing to insure its employees against liability for injury or disease. When...

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Pet-food factory failed to implement straightforward safety measures - incourt-content | SHP

shponline.co.uk - A worker died after his neck was crushed by a pneumatic hatch on a ribbon-mixing machine at a pet-food factory in Ipswich.Terrence Gardiner, 61, was working as a supervisor at H G Gladwell and Sons...


Industry news-1 - IOSH

iosh.co.uk - Posted 13:18Recent research has shown that yoga can often prove more effective in treating chronic back problems than more traditional methods.The survey, carried out by the University of York in...
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Industry news-1 - IOSH

iosh.co.uk - Posted 13:18A Greater Manchester woman lost two fingers in a workplace accident because of a failure to ensure a machine was switched off when equipment was being changed close to a dangerous cut...

FR-New forms of work organisation and their impact on occupational accident risks (in French) 03.11.2011
osha.europa.eu - This study explores methodologies to analyse how new forms of work organisation (linked to certification, just-in-time management, autonomous team work, etc.) impact on occupational accidents and r...

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Industry news-1 - IOSH

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iosh.co.uk - Posted 13:18Three mine workers have been rescued following a cave-in which saw them trapped underground for around an hour.The incident, which occurred in the early hours of Thursday morning, was...
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Young Alberta worker killed by tractortrailer

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OSH Answers: Working Alone - Working With Patients

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ohscanada.com - SHERWOOD PARK, Alta. (The Canadian Press) A serious workplace accident has killed an 18-year-old employee at a refinery northeast of Edmonton. RCMP say the man was run over by a tractor-trailer in ...

ccohs.ca - Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety www.ccohs.ca Home > OSH Answers > Health & Safety Programs What are some of the risks associated with working alone with patients?What can employe...

No survivors in Ontario helicopter crash

ohscanada.com - KAPUSKASING, Ont. (The Canadian Press) Three people were killed Wednesday when their helicopter crashed in a remote area of northern Ontario. There were no survivors in the crash about 25 kilometre...

Small Entity Compliance Guide for the Respiratory Protection Standard

safetycommunity.com - OSHA has just published a free 124 page document entitled "Small Entity Compliance Guide for the Respiratory Protection Standard"The document is "intended to help small businesses comply with the O...

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Amendments to Cdn OH&S, Environmental, & Employment Legislation identified in Oct 11

workscape.ca - This message contains information about amendments to occupational health & safety, environmental, and employment acts and regulations in Canada. CCOHS keeps track of changes to the legislation as ...

howtoreturntowork.com.au - Bob Murphy is a celebrated Western Bulldogs AFL player and writes regularly for The Age about life and football. Right now hes at the top of his game, but in 2006 he badly injured his knee. In thi...


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Making Workplaces Safer for Responders -- Occupational Health & Safety

ohsonline.com - Making Workplaces Safer for Responders In May 2011, I met with Darren, the police officer who was with my husband, John, the night he died in September 2000. Darren was the K9 officer who went int...

Safety Network - Safety Resources, Safety Events and Safety News - Caleb's article
safetynetwork.info - Traffic Officer Service wins award for outstanding contribution to improving road safety Published on 3 November 2011, 10:27 AM Last Update: 2 hour(s) ago by Caleb From http://www.wiredgov.net/w...

Health & Safety Events

healthandsafetyevents.co.uk - We met a good volume of prospective customers from a broad cross section of Health & Safety professionals... Paul Walton, Sales Director, Shawcity Ltd Over all this event proved the busiest and mos...

The Importance of Having Up to Date First Aid Instruction

phoenixhsc.co.uk - One thing which many people forget about when they get a first aid at work qualification for the first time is that they need to periodically renew it. Therefore, if you run a company, it is vitall...

2012 Safety Slogans Contest

safetyrisk.com.au - With 2012 fast approaching we are looking workplace safety See #newsfor Read this paper slogans related inall some way to 2012. This could be something to do with the Year of the Dragon, the predicted end of the world or so...

Dying for the truth: drug cartels target journalists in Mexico

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newssafety.org - 03 Nov 2011Journalist Casualties: 0Media Staff Casualties: 0Under Investigation: 0Mexico is now considered to be the most dangerous country in the western hemisphere for journalists By Helena Hyvn...

Asbestos claims must be verified Asbestos News asbestos industry news removal, surveying, waste
asbestosindustrynews.co.uk - An allotment holder has been told he must dig up his plot to determine

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Roofer fined after fatal fall

totalaccess.co.uk - Posted: Thursday, 03 November, 2011 A roof worker has been fined after a man fell to his death in Leicester. Landlord Trevor Hall, 65, of Willoughby Road, Countesthorpe, died after falling around...

whether asbestos has been buried underneath it. The Environment Agency (EA) is yet to discover whether the toxic substance is ...

Accident to hired labour results in $15,000.00 fine + costs

safetyphoto.co.uk - Access Alum Australia Pty LtdDescription of Breach(es) Where under a labour hire arrangement work was carried out for remuneration by a worker for the accused who was a client of a labour hire agen...

totalaccess.co.uk - Posted: Thursday, 03 November, 2011 over worker's death A Trafford firm has been fined 145,000 after an employee plunged ten metres through a fragile roof onto a concrete floor, and died two yea...


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Interim Final Rules Published for OSHA's Revision of Whistleblower Regulations

safetycommunity.com - OSHA published their final rules today of the Federal Register that revise regulations governing whistleblower complaints. The act protects employees of publicly traded companies and their subsidia...

OSHA proposes more than $62,000 in fines to Elm Grove, W.Va., company for exposing workers to safety and health hazards
safetyphoto.co.uk - ELM GROVE, W.Va. The U.S. Department of Labors Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Elm Grove-based Uwanta Linen Supply Inc. for 21 safety and health violations that exposed w...

Free Hearing Seminar - HSE events

hse.gov.uk - 3M Head Office, Bracknell, 15th November 2011 Need help with HPE compliance in the workplace? Confused by legislation? Want to understand Real World Attenuation? Then why not join Tim Ward (HSE Pri...

Should Your Small Business Go to Social Media School?

businessinsider.com - Do you hate social media? A recent study conducted by iContact found that one in four small businesses hate social media. Reasons cited, according to iContact, included the perceived time commitmen...


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Pet Food Plant Cited with $758,000 in Fines -Occupational Health & Safety
ohsonline.com - Pet Food Plant Cited with $758,000 in Fines The case includes nine per-instance willful citations for failing to require respirator use by six workers exposed to dust above the permissible exposure...

BBC News - Self-extinguishing cigarettes and other curious little safety inventions
bbc.co.uk - 3 November 2011 Last updated at 09:11 ET By Rema Rahman BBC News In Europe, "self-extinguishing" cigarettes are about to become law but where do they stand in the pantheon of safety innovations? Th...

Britain Shines the Olympic Torch on Construction Safety

ehstoday.com - Oct 28, 2011 12:38 PM, By Laura Walter When the Olympic games descend on London in 2012, the event may result in more than medals, glory and athletic accomplishments. If Britains Health and Safety...

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