In support of the ‘Help Great Britain work well’ strategy, HSE and the Chambers of Commerce are planning a campaign to create greater awareness of how local exhaust ventilation (LEV) can prevent ill health.
Branch Line Training is launching a new nationally recognised Fire Risk Assessment NPORS course in the New Year. The course is designed to enable individuals carry out fire risk assessments and is aimed at health and safety officers, site managers, supervisors and fire wardens.
Chamber member Kier Homes, based in Sandy, has won a Silver Award from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) , for its occupational and safety management standards.
The latest workplace absence figures published in 2012 show that musculoskeletal problems such as back, neck, shoulder and knee pain are still proving to be a huge issue for people across the UK, blighting the lives of millions.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is currently consulting on two proposed changes: