• HSE receives Crown Censure after lab injury

    The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has accepted a Crown Censure after a worker suffered serious burns at HSE’s Laboratory in Buxton.
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  • HSE introduces new Institute for Risk and Regulatory Research

    The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and the University of Manchester have today committed to launching an Institute for Risk and Regulatory Research. The new Thomas Ashton Institute will capitalise on the international credibility of both the University and HSE. It will act as a hub for Risk and Regulatory excellence, reaching out globally through educational activities and acting as an authoritative source of health and safety expertise.
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  • Big fine for airport after six-year old’s leg crushed

    Birmingham Airport Limited has been fined £100,000 after a six-year-old boy got trapped in a baggage conveyor. Birmingham Magistrates’ Court heard that the boy found his way into the mesh cage of the conveyor that delivers oversized items to the baggage reclaim area. The conveyor started and he was trapped by the machinery, suffering a crush injury to his leg and spending two nights in hospital.
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  • Parliamentary enquiry shines spotlight on working from height deaths

    Employers across all industries can expect a major focus on working from height practice and regulations in 2018. Because a new All Party Parliamentary Group has joined forces with two trade associations to focus on the unacceptable number of deaths at work resulting from falls from height.
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  • January is Officially Depressing, and this Particular day is the pits

    Blue Monday isn’t just a song by New Order. The early weeks of the new year are famously a struggle for many people, and there’s one particular date when mid-winter gloom is reputed to hit the UK workforce hardest.
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  • Opening Times over Christmas and New Year

    We will be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing day and New Year’s Day.
    From all at Team Phoenix, we would like to wish you a happy, healthy and safe Christmas.
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  • IOSH No Time to Lose campaign marks its third anniversary

    With the latest research suggesting that at least 742,000 people a year are dying from a work caused cancer – one death every 43 seconds – IOSH’s No Time to Lose (NTTL) campaign – launched three years ago, is raising awareness of cancer caused by work and helping businesses take action by providing free practical resources.
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  • IOSH - Time for employers to “step up to mark” on mental health

    The leading global professional health and safety body today calls on employers to “step up to the mark” and commit to new standards on workplace mental health.
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