Simon Longbottom, HSE’s Regional Head of Operations’ response.
A Wirral roofer has been prosecuted after he allowed a labourer to use a lit gas burner on a house roof without any measures in place to stop him being injured in a fall.
A Wakefield landlord has been fined after ignoring repeated warnings to have gas appliances at his rented property checked for safety.
When working outdoors the weather can have an effect on an individual’s effectiveness and this is not readily managed using just engineering controls. In these circumstances some of the most effective ways of managing these environments is by int…
The director of a Suffolk roofing firm has been sentenced for safety failings after he was caught on camera using a power tool while balancing on the ridge of a house roof.
Firework displays should be enjoyable and spectacular occasions – but they obviously need some responsible planning. The good news is that there is straightforward guidance to help you.
A Devon firm has been prosecuted after a driver suffered severe injuries when he fell from the top of a lorry onto a concrete floor while removing the cover from his load at a Wiltshire feed mill.
The roles and responsibilities, and route to compliance with product supply legislation, can be complicated for plant and machinery manufactured in situ. This page gives guidance on ways to ensure that safety and health are met, with the aim that harm …
A worker from County Durham had his hand severed while carrying out maintenance on glass cutting machinery a court heard.
HSE is inviting tenders from individuals or organisations to assess the safety standards at boreholes associated with underground salt cavity and naturally occurring reservoir gas storage developments and to assess the wider geological issues affecting…