You can now order your Seafarers UK Christmas Cards. Seafarers UK are offering two designs this year ‘Moonlit Bethlehem’ and ‘Trio of Birds’. The cards come in packs of 10 with envelopes and cost £3.00 per pack. All profits from the cards go straight to Seafarers UK to help with our work with those in […]
On 28 October four brave souls from Castaway House in Portsmouth, home to several Royal Naval charities and organisations, will be facing the elements and running in the Great South Run to raise funds for Seafarers UK, the leading maritime charity for seafarers in need. Seafarers UK gives annual grants totalling £2.5 million to more […]
7.30pm, Tuesday 2 October, Perth Concert Hall Perth Concert Hall is to host a Royal Marines Band concert on Tuesday 2 October to raise funds for Seafarers UK, the leading charity for seafarers in need from the Royal Marines, Royal Navy, Merchant Navy and Fishing Fleets. Her Majesty’s Band of the Royal Marines Scotland is […]
Safety training coursesaren’t just about teaching a group of people a set of principles and practices, they can also be used to instruct others in the process of teaching themselves.… read more →
This week is National Cruise Week, showcasing the cruise industry and the unique holiday experience that cruising provides. Organisers the Association of Cruise Experts (ACE) also believes that it is just as important to pay tribute to the hard-working and often unsung seafarers that make it all possible, and that create the platform on which […]
HSE fully supports schools arranging a wide range of out-of-school trips and learning activities and wants to make sure that mistaken and unfounded health and safety concerns do not create obstacles that prevent these from happening.
HSE spokesman clarifies – ‘health and safety’ regulations referred to in media coverage were in fact Church of England’s own Churchyard Regulations.
A Lincolnshire farmer and an agricultural machinery supplier have been fined after a young casual worker had three tendons in his right hand severed by a potato crusher.
The European Good Practice Awards close to UK entrants on 3 October 2012. Don’t miss this opportunity if you have a good example of managers and workers collaborating to improve workplace health and safety. To find out more about the awards proce…
This safety bulletin draws attention to key aspects of the proper management of the risks from legionella in water systems other than cooling towers and evaporative condensers.