A building contractor has been fined over serious safety breaches after a worker was killed by a piece of falling cob wall being demolished by his son.
A multinational brick making company has been fined after a worker suffered serious injuries when he was crushed on a conveyor belt at its Worcestershire factory.
fresh warning has been issued about storing pesticides safely, after a West Norfolk pest controller was prosecuted for keeping them in an unlocked garden shed.
A self-employed builder has been fined for demolishing a building without first carrying out an asbestos survey.
HSE Chair Judith Hackitt writes about HSE’s work with the Olympics authorities on the London 2012 Games
This report examines the accidents reported in the ports industry over a five-year period from 2006/07 to 2010/11p. The data represents accidents and dangerous occurrences reported to HSE under the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurren…
Nuclear Local Liaison Committee Quarterly report for the period 1 January to 30 March 2012 (Q1) for Capenhurst – Urenco UK Limited
This leaflet is aimed at employers and people in control of premises, eg landlords, where man-made water systems are used that could be a potential source for legionella bacteria growth.
A St Helens steel manufacturer has been sentenced after a worker suffered serious injuries to his left hand when it was pulled into machinery.
Waste management provider Veolia Environmental Services has been fined after an agency worker was seriously burned by hot ash at an incineration depot in Deptford.