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Health & Safety Matters Podcast - Episode 30
In this episode, Mark Sennett chat with RS Safety Solutions Group Sales Director Rob Russell about the Protect What Matters Survey, which asks how have attitudes changed towards health and safety in your company?

1 year ago

What does connected gas detection mean to you?
During this webinar, experts from MSA Safety will be exploring how connected gas detection device fleet management can help improve worker safety, particularly in environments where the potential to be exposed to harmful gases is a real risk.

1 year ago

The aftermath of an accident; legal lessons learned
This two-hour webinar will be delivered by leading health and safety law firm DAC Beachcroft and will focus on the legal lessons you need to learn in the aftermath of an accident in the workplace.

1 year ago

How Improving EHS & ESG Performance Can Drive Competitive Advantage
The one constant in EHS and ESG is change. Recent years have seen the world of EHS and ESG evolving rapidly and the time health and safety or environmental and sustainability was simply about meeting compliance requirements is long past.

1 year ago

Health & Safety Matters : December/January 2023
The December/January 2023 edition of Health & Safety Matters is now available to read online.

1 year ago

BSIF Guide 2023
Guide to the UK Safety & Health Industry 2023, a reference source for industry to assist the accessing of safety products and services, a general information source on occupational safety and a signpost to other sources of information on occupational health and safety.

1 year ago

Health & Safety Matters : October/November 2022
The October/ November 2022 edition of Health & Safety Matters is now available to read online.

1 year ago

Health & Safety Matters : September 2022
The September 2022 edition of Health & Safety Matters is now available to read online.

1 year ago

PPE Insight: 2022/2023
Trends & innovation in protective equipment & workwear.

1 year ago

A Resilient Supply Chain starts with Managing Contractor Risk
According to a recent survey by BDO, 84% of enterprise-level CFOs named supply chain disruption as their biggest business risk, with talent shortage as the second (79%). EHS leaders play an increasingly larger role in addressing risks for 3rd party companies and addressing resilience of the supply chain. In fact, 95% of EHS leaders have full ownership or some decision-making authority for defining supply chain and contractor management strategies across the organisation. *

1 year ago

Promoting Good Mental Health in the Workplace: Using risk management resources
Employers have a legal duty to protect workers from stress at work by undertaking a risk assessment and acting on it. Recognising the signs of stress will help employers to take steps to manage, mitigate and prevent the negative affect that stress has on a workforce.

1 year ago

Raising the bar on domestic fire alarm system provision
The BAFE DS301 competency scheme was introduced to provide third-party certification of contractors of Grade D fire detection and fire alarm systems in domestic premises to enhance standards and confidence in the sector.

1 year ago

Fall Protection Solutions in challenging applications
Whether you are responsible for safety, facilities, or operations, join the webinar to learn about fall protection solutions in various applications, including, but not limited to, general industry, telecom, electricity, wind energy and infrastructure, where installation of anchor devices is not always easy to carry out.

1 year ago

Integration of fire and security systems
With new high-profile legislation, it has become a priority to bring a decision management workflow that assigns priorities, determines resources and allows them to quickly organise appropriate actions and resources.

1 year ago

Busting the Bulk-fill myths. Learn how your hand hygiene can be more cost-effect
Buying in bulk is often seen as the more cost-effective choice. But when it comes to hand hygiene, the false economy of bulk-fill solutions is actually costing your business, in more ways than one.

1 year ago

Beyond compliance – achieving greater evacuation safety with Dynamic Safety Sign
Finding your way out of a building in an emergency can be a stressful and often perilous incident. How can new technology help to improve the safety of occupants?

1 year ago

Health and Safety Matters Podcast - Episode 29
EPISODE 29 of the Health and Safety Matters Podcast is now live and features an interview with Safety Rocks Founder Carla Carla Crocombe.

1 year ago Publication Editor

Health and Safety Matters Podcast - Episode 28
EPISODE 28 of the Health and Safety Matters Podcast is now live and features an interview with Arco Professional Safety Services technical director Ben Haughton.

1 year ago Publication Editor

Health and Safety Matters Podcast - Episode 27
EPISODE 27 of the Health and Safety Matters Podcast is now live and features an interview with Protex AI CEO Dan Hobbs on how AI is successfully being integrated into the health and safety sector.

1 year ago Publication Editor

Health & Safety Matters : June-July 2022
The June/July 2022 edition of Health & Safety Matters is now available to read online.

1 year ago

Health & Safety Matters : May 2022
The May 2022 edition of Health & Safety Matters is now available to read online.

1 year ago

Health & Safety Matters : March 2022
The March 2022 edition of Health & Safety Matters is now available to read online.

1 year ago

Health & Safety Event 2022 - HSM Show Preview
The Health & Safety Event 2022 Show Preview is now available to read online.

1 year ago

Tips and Advice for Safely Storing and Segregating Dangerous Substances and Pack
Chemicals and other dangerous substances in storage are at risk from fire, chemical reaction and pressure build-up, among many other risks.

1 year ago

Is your PPE compatible?
In many workplaces there is a requirement to wear more than one item of PPE, such as a hard hat, ear defenders, protective eyewear and a respirator. Each individual item of PPE, when worn simultaneously, should not compromise the fit and performance of another…but how do you know if compatibility has been achieved…and that protection has not been compromised?

1 year ago

Hazmat Guide – Staying safe with Compressed Gases
Compressed gases are being used today in many industrial and research processes that would not be possible without their use. Compressed gases present many different hazards requiring specific safety protocols for both their safe handling and use. Safety is a high priority when storing and providing gases and must be subject to risk assessment.

1 year ago

Musculoskeletal Disorders: Managing the Risk of Manual Handling and Display Scre
The world of work is constantly changing and adapting but the pandemic has made adaption necessary for many organisations. In this new normal, organisations must remain mindful of MSD risks and take ongoing action to monitor and manage them. This strong focus on worker health and safety, in turn, benefits organisational performance.

1 year ago

How your PPE may lose its approved protective performance
In many industrial workplaces, to protect workers against multiple hazards, there is often a requirement to wear more than one type of personal protective equipment (PPE). Each piece of PPE will be CE/UKCA marked and fully approved according to the relevant standards.

1 year ago

Wear it Right – The importance of Respiratory Face Fit Testing
Many types of respiratory protection rely on a tight seal between the wearers face and the respirator facepiece/mask. Unless this is achieved effectively, the wearer may not be adequately protected. Join George Elliott, 3M Personal Safety Division’s respiratory specialist as he discusses the requirements surrounding fit testing, the methods available and how to demonstrate competence.

1 year ago

Protecting large premises from fire
This webinar will explain the key benefits of protecting large premises with optical beam smoke detection. These premises can include warehouses, factories, or buildings with high ceilings.

1 year ago

Chemical Safety Legislation updates and key changes in 2022
This live CPD webinar brought to you by HSM and EcoOnline provides a solid foundation of UK chemical safety legislation and the key legislative changes since Brexit and updates for 2022. It is aimed at downstream users of substances.

1 year ago

Flexible evacuation solutions to meet BS 8629
It’s now common practice to install automatic fire alarm systems in high-rise residential buildings to reduce waking watch costs while unsafe cladding is removed and remedial work completed

1 year ago

New Connectivity Technologies Solving Gas Detection Challenges
We live in a connected world. Connectivity creates smarter people, smarter homes, and smarter workflows. But this connectivity does not exist as much in the workplace, where safety should be a priority. A high number of workplace injuries and related costs remain virtually unchanged, year over year.

1 year ago

Hazardous Materials: Spills & Soil Contamination
Statistics from the Department of Transportation reveal that 21,539 Hazardous Material incidences occurred within 2021 in the United States alone. These incidences can have a detrimental effect on the environment and public health.

1 year ago

Impacts of the Building Safety Bill
Join us for a webinar update on where we are, as information on the actual impact of the Bill – the Building Safety Bill is back from the Lords and before Parliament for it’s final readng prior to enactment in part or whole – is hard to find in one place.

1 year ago

Hazards in Metalworking – Welding and Abrasives
Welders and metalworkers are exposed to many hazards from welding fumes to hand-arm vibration and many more on a daily basis.

1 year ago

Health and Safety Matters Podcast - Episode 26
EPISODE 26 of the Health & Safety Matters Podcast is now live and features an interview with British Safety Council chair Peter McGettrick.

1 year ago Publication Editor

Health and Safety Matters Podcast - Episode 25
EPISODE 25 of the Health and Safety Matters Podcast is now available and features an interview with NEBOSH COO Dee Arp.

1 year ago Publication Editor

HSM Podcast - Episode 24
EPISODE 24 of the Health and Safety Matters Podcast is now available and features an interview with Health and Safety Event director David Bishop.

1 year ago Publication Editor

Cognitive bias and defending health and safety investigations
MUCH IS now understood about cognitive bias and the implications for decision-making. Unfortunately, that understanding is rarely applied in the criminal justice process, says Tom McNeill.

1 year ago Publication Editor

HSM Podcast - Episode 23
EPISODE 23 of the Health & Safety Matters Podcast is now live and features an interview with 3M's Abrasive Applications Expert Theo Simon who talks about the Hand-Arm Vibration.

2 years ago Publication Editor

Safety in the Supply Chain: How To Lower Risk and Increase Resiliency Among Cont
How To Lower Risk and Increase Resiliency Among Contractors And Suppliers

2 years ago

HSM Podcast - Episode 22
EPISODE 22 of the Health & Safety Matters Podcast is now live and features an interview with veteran health and safety journalist Louis Wustemann on hybrid working.

2 years ago Publication Editor

To Stay Put or Not to Stay Put?
Andy Green places Stay Put policies under the spotlight and explains key things that need to be in place to ensure that this practice works as planned. 

2 years ago

Complying with the law - PPE Regulation EU 2016/425 update
This webinar will focus on the changes in law brought about by the regulation and what new responsibilities suppliers of PPE will have.

2 years ago

Workplace Wellness: Health Beyond Traditional Hazards
Worker wellness has evolved tremendously over the past few years. Traditionally, when we think about health at work, the first thing that often comes to mind is how we can prevent and mitigate physical hazards and task-related risks - slips, trips, and falls, exposure to asbestos and radiation, to name a few.

2 years ago

Clearing the air on welding fume guidance
In February 2019, the UK Health and Safety Executive (HSE) issued a safety bulletin about the change in enforcement expectations for control of welding fume.1

2 years ago

The top ten issues in manufacturing safety
Sector specialists Nick Bruton and Ian Hatherly outline the top ten manufacturing safety fails that lead to fees for intervention (FFIs) from the HSE, helping you protect your business from unexpected financial penalties.

2 years ago

Are you getting the maximum benefits out of you head protection?
Head protection is about more than just physical safety and minimum compliance. It’s important to consider other factors – customization, comfort and the whole host of associated benefits great head protection can offer: confidence, happiness, productivity and efficiency. All contribute to safety in their own way, but collectively they also help to unlock workers potential and improve business results. That is why it’s crucial to embed this safety culture to your workforce - make them comfortable, confid...

2 years ago

Managing the impacts of health & safety investigations
Southalls consultant Andy Hall and Kennedys law partner James Shrimpton share the realities of civil and regulatory actions, from defending claims to demonstrating due diligence.

2 years ago

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