All Health and Safety Executive articles

  • Ian Simpson
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    CPA hires technical consultant

    2019-09-24T14:46:00Z

    Former HSE principal specialist inspector Ian Simpson to support trade association’s technical capability

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    National Grid fined for crane death

    2019-06-12T10:50:00Z

    Power supplier admits UK health and safety breach

  • John woodward
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    WDS’s friend in high places

    2017-06-13T07:49:00Z

    Session chair and Awards judge John Woodward’s company has advised on demolishing everything from tower blocks to chemical plants

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    Prison sentence for contractor

    2017-02-07T12:06:00Z

    United Kingdom Health and Safety Executive successfully prosecutes contractor who ignored asbestos survey and failed to protect workers and public

  • Geoff Holden, chief executive at LEEA
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    LEEA responds to new HSE consultation

    2016-08-30T11:10:00Z

    The LEEA has responded to a new HSE consultation by expressing its support for retaining the existing requirements for thorough examination of lifting equipment in the UK

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    PASMA members support PAS 250

    2014-12-15T15:50:00Z

    All of PASMA’s manufacturing members now comply with the requirements of PAS 250, which is expected to become a full UK standard by 2016

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    Fines over Liverpool tower crane collapse

    2012-05-10T12:19:00Z

    Two construction firms have been sentenced after a crane collapsed onto a city centre apartment block in Liverpool, UK, paralysing the operator

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    HSE reports on Liverpool tower crane collapse

    2008-08-12T16:15:00Z

    The UK's Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has reported on the 2007 Liverpool tower crane accident and written to crane rental and supply companies in Great Britain about it

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    HSE case studies

    2008-05-12T11:15:00Z

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    Case studies

    2008-05-09T09:02:00Z

    According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) there were 77 fatalities in the UK construction industry between 2006 and 2007, a 28% increase on the previous year. Twenty-three (30%) of those were due to falls from height and 16 (21%) were caused by a moving or falling object. This ...

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    Breaking your fall

    2008-02-26T14:15:00Z

    Each year in the UK five workers are killed and about 2,000 seriously injured in falls from vehicles, according to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). Most of them are low falls from the load areas of heavy goods vehicles.