Leisure centres with spa pools and care homes are among the businesses being urged to do more to protect workers and members of the public from legionella risks.
HSE responds to The Argus article ‘Anger at umbrella ban at wet JLS concert’, 29 August 2012.
A trip to the fair is in fact a very safe activity. There are also a few simple things you can do to make sure your family have a good time at the fair and get home again without problems…
Too many people use ‘health and safety’ as a convenient excuse to stop what are essentially sensible and fun activities going ahead.
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) Rural Industries Group, in conjunction with the British Off-Road Driving Association (BORDA), is delighted to bring you a series of thought-provoking presentations and practical demonstrations by industry experts, (including HSE) which will help you to assess the risks and manage this often-forgotten or underestimated activity. Rutland, 11 […]
Answers to some of your frequently asked questions on health and safety in fairgrounds.
Information to help an organiser understand their legal duties on health and safety, plan an event, manage an event, review an event once it’s over and plan for incidents and emergencies.
No health and safety regulations banning portable chairs.
Information to help those organising events to manage the safe erection, use and deconstruction of temporary demountable structures (TDS) – Stages, seating, marquees etc.
“Health and safety” no reason to cut Springsteen show