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The HSE are sharing these notifications on a trial basis over the next 6 months. Because the incidents are under investigation exact details will not be available and will not be provided with these notifications (either because the facts haven’t’ been established or release may prejudice enquiries).
March 2022 - Fatal notification - Struck by a tree during felling
More and more of us are finding evidence of drug use around our car parks, residential streets, public areas, leafy parks, and site access gate ways on a daily basis.
There are specialist cleaning services deployed by local councils that deal with discarded needles and drug paraphernalia on a regular basis, so here’s what to do if you come across any used needles or drug paraphernalia.
Due to an increase in welfare queries to FISA here is a welfare guidance roundup.
HSE advice and practical guidance on working safely in hot conditions.
Advice on heatstroke and heat exhaustion; and tips to help keep hydrated.
The poster explains British health and safety laws and lists what workers and their employers should do.
Safety benefits, current regulations, and competency requirements.
Skin cancer is the fifth biggest killer in the UK and outdoor workers are more than twice as likely to develop non-melanoma skin cancer compared to those who work indoors.