Health & Safety Statistics
24% of work related illness or injury is caused by incorrect lifting or carrying.
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In a previous article we talked about the Health and Safety Executive’s plans to Help Great Britain Work Well. In this article we cover the Health and Safety Executive’s Business Plans for 2016/17. This plan outlines what the HSE, in their role as the national regulator and catalyst in the system, will deliver in 2016/17. […]
Since our last press release overview of HSE cases there have been a further 20 cases over the months between June and October. Below are a few examples from September and October: Construction firm in court after worker fractures spine in roof fall http://press.hse.gov.uk/2016/construction-firm-in-court-after-worker-fractures-spine-in-roof-fall/ Construction firm Montway Ltd has been fined £144,000 after a worker […]
If you’ve ever experienced back pain you’ll know how debilitating it can be. Unfortunately back pain in the workplace is common especially if your work involves heavy lifting, repetitive movements or sitting at a desk for long periods. May occupations such as construction work; nursing and factory work can place significant demands on your back. […]
My current position is Health and Safety advisor for Bryen and Langley. My job entails the provision of safety support to Bryen & Langley’s Projects; develop and encourage best practice management principles, procedures and cultures to reduce the safety, health and environment risks to all persons affected by construction activities.
The electronic profile was a completely new style of learning for me and I must admit, I found it a little difficult a first. But I got the hang of it and by the end it was quite straightforward. While I had done the vocational work to gather the evidence for the
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Brett Walker, NVQ level 3 – Occupational Health & Safety