The month of September is the Fork Lift Truck Association’s Safetember month, in which they run a campaign to highlight the dangers of forklift trucks and encourage safer working practices for forklift truck users in all workplaces.
We have looked at some common workplace hazards that can lead to accidents at work and how these can be avoided.
Management of health and safety in the workplace falls to the employer. Establishing an adequate system is vital to ensure that accidents in the workplace are kept to a minimum and workers are kept safe.
We’ve looked at some things employers should consider to ensure they have provided a safe working environment.
We’ve looked at some common workplace hazards and how people can avoid accidents at work from occurring.
New figures have been released by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) in relation to accidents at work and workplace injuries in 2015/16.
There can be many causes of back injuries and pain, and we’ve looked at some of the more common causes and what you can do to combat these.
Controlling risks that may occur in a workplace is vital to ensure health and safety standards are kept at their highest, and the danger of an employee being injured whilst at work is reduced.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have released a new strategy (to build upon an already great health and safety record in the UK) to continuously help improve safety and ensure that risk is managed correctly in workplaces.
From figures released by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) we’ve looked at some of the most dangerous industries in the UK.