SHE News & Articles
COMPANIES, organizations and individuals must be held accountable for their health and safety performance - their professional reputation should depend on it.
THE Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is calling for safety conscious companies and organizations to enter its 2001 Occupational Safety and Health Awards Scheme.
RMC Group plc have published their second UK Environment Report which highlights the progress made towards targets set for 2002.
HEALTH & Safety Commission chairman Bill Callaghan has called for more quarry firms to put health and safety first and sign up to the industry's target to cut the number of injuries at work in...
AN employee of Preston Borough Council died recently as a result of head injuries sustained when the horizontal rotor unit of the suction fan on a Scarab Major 3000 road sweeper catastrophically...
ROADSTONE Provinces Ltd have been found guilty of breaching Ireland's Health, Safety and Welfare at Work Act 1989 on two separate occasions, and fined a total of £2,400.
RMC Aggregates have been recognised as one of the two most environmentally responsible and community-focused organisations in Wales at the Welsh Environment Awards 2000.
Mark Sherwood of Johnston Roadstone's Leinthall Quarry, in Herefordshire, has invested some of his firm's cash in a bid to recreate a piece of medieval England.
For a second year Beckhouse Media, publishers of Environment Times, are appealing for entries for their Nature of Industry awards.
Around 200 quarry employees from all parts of the UK gathered in London on 8 September for the Quarry Products Association's Health and Safety Competition awards ceremony, an annual event which...
The HSE has published research identifying the main risk factors associated with injuries caused by manual-handling tasks which require workers to adopt complex postures.
Aggregate Industries have teamed up with DuPont to develop and implement a new health and safety policy for their 175 quarries and associated sites throughout England, Scotland and Wales.
Earlier this year the Health and Safety Executive launched a new electronic product designed to manage the risks from hand-arm vibration (HAV) arising from the use of hand-held power tools.
Ireland's Health and Safety Authority is currently investigating an incident in which a member of the Garda Siochana (police) and two employees of the UK-based company AMCO - the site agent and...
Hanson Aggregates' Clee Hill Quarry near Ludlow, in Shropshire, has won an environmental innovation award from the Quarry Products Association for a device known as the Clee Hill Clamp.