SHE News & Articles
Turnkey Instruments discuss the use of continual dust monitors
The dangers associated with conveyors, the standards that relate to guarding and the best approach for adequately and cost-effectively safeguarding conveyors without affecting productivity...
The first step in dust control and suppression
By Prof. Geoffrey Walton and Hugh Datson, DustScan Ltd
The consequences of inadequate dust control and the options available
UK quarry companies gathered in London last month to hear who had scooped the top prizes in the Quarry Products Association’s Health and Safety Best Practice Awards.
Few operators can be unaware that by this month [September] all commercial clean-oil storage tanks in England must comply with The Control of Pollution (Oil Storage) (England) Regulations 2001.
DRAWING on extensive research throughout the asphalt industry, the Refined Bitumen Association (RBA), in conjunction with the Quarry Products Association, has produced a concise safety guide for...
OVER 100 guests recently gathered at Island Barn Aggregates to celebrate the development to date of a 60ha wetland reserve at the company’s site near Walton on Thames in Surrey.
AGGREGATE Industries have produced a hard-hitting true-life drama documentary-style video, bringing home the importance of attention to life-preserving health and safety practices.
STAFF at Imerys’ Blackpool Pit have good cause to celebrate after their site was recently judged to be the safest quarry in the country by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA...
With health and safety high on the agenda in the quarrying industry, Vision Techniques have utilized RFID technology to immobilize potentially hazardous machinery, preventing unauthorized...
Highlights of the Quarry Products Association’s Showcase 2005 event
THE Quarry Products Association and English Nature have signed a series of three Memoranda of Understanding that signify a major advance in the two organizations’ ongoing collaborative work in...
THE Health and Safety Executive will be running a series of noise and vibration roadshows across Great Britain in September and October 2005.
THE mineral industry’s environmental record has received praise from the Environment Agency in its Spotlight on Business document, published on 28 July.