Equipment rollover can happen on a site under extreme conditions. The conditions that necessitate tipping over of equipment are high speed
Getting a bcsp certification will serve as a currency to make you visible for opportunities, provide more value and put you in the face of employers.
Working around equipment can lead to accidents if the employees do not take adequate measures to protect themselves in that area
Loading of equipment inside a trailer is done to transport the equipment to where they need them for work and sometimes for a far distance.
Horseplay at work can cause problems for workers on-site or at the office. Horseplay is…
A customer contracted Peter Read, an engineer, to install a new gas central heating boiler in January 2020. A few days after the work, the customer experienced problems with the boiler
The company was fined £800,000 after an employee suffered serious burns following a large explosion.
An employee of international paint limited of Stonegate lane suffered a serious burn following an explosion in their factory.
Safe Work Australia (SWA) is a body established by the Australian government on 1st November under the safe work Australia act 2008
Bcsp means the board of certified safety professionals. Bcsp is a not-for-profit corporation with headquarters in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
For those conversant with ISO management systems such as ISO 45001, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, you will know that the standard requires you to have a schedule for your internal audit.
The health and safety executive (HSE)UK was on November 2022, released its annual health and…
On 28 July 2020, During the work activities, 20-year-old Shannon Brasier was working with a colleague to load a fuel hose into the rear compartment of a 21-tonne excavator,
While at that, the excavator moved around and crushed her between the excavator and the Mobile fuel tank.
Employees at Powy teaching health board routinely operate hand-held power tools without assessing the risks from vibration exposure.
A scrap metal company has been fined for safety breaches after a worker lost parts of four fingers while operating poorly maintained machinery.
On 30 November 2018, a worker working under Hertfordshire construction company, MH Costa construction limited, alongside others, was working on an extension flat roof of a 6-storey building.
Logistics company Eddie Stobart has been fined after workers’ asbestos exposure. The health and safety executive (HSE) found that the company did not do an asbestos survey, and the workers did not receive any training concerning asbestos.