14-03-2017 Health & Safety
The Fee for Intervention scheme was implemented on 1st October 2012, following the introduction of The Health and Safety (Fees) Regulations 2012.
11-11-2016 Health & Safety
According to recent statistics the number of company directors who have been prosecuted for health and safety offences has seen a sharp rise.
04-11-2016 Health & Safety
Recent figures have shown that since the introduction of the new health and safety guidelines, not only has there been a large increase in the number and size of fines. But the number of custodial sentences for health and safety offences has also increased dramatically.
17-10-2016 Health & Safety
Earlier this year the sentencing council published a new set of guidelines relating to health and safety, corporate manslaughter and food hygiene safety offences.
01-07-2016 Health & Safety
With several cases in the news recently highlighting injuries and fines issued for failing to comply with working at height regulations it is important to remind yourself of the key messages from the HSE when working at height.
01-02-2016 Health & Safety
The sentencing council recently published a new set of guidelines on health and safety, corporate manslaughter and food hygiene safety offences.
18-01-2016 Health & Safety
Falls from height remain one of the major causes of serous injuries and fatalities in work-related accidents.
02-01-2016 Health & Safety
The HSE provides guidance on portable appliance testing (PAT) in an effort to stamp out the confusion over testing requirements.
05-01-2015 Health & Safety
A revised and updated Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) L22 – Safe Use of Work Equipment has been released by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) for compliance with the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER).