Archive for the ALL LATEST NEWS - RISK ASSESSMENT - Category

DOING SAFETY DIFFERENTLY – THE MOVIE…

Posted on 13th October 2017
Reducing compliance bureaucracy and putting trusting in people

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SAFETY IS DEAD … LONG LIVE HEALTH AT WORK

Posted on 29th May 2017
Simple and realistic framework to help unify thinking about H&S

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DOING SAFETY DIFFERENTLY… AND BETTER?

Posted on 9th February 2017
Rethinking a more positive approach to workplace health and safety

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ARE UNDERGRADUATES TAUGHT RISK MANAGEMENT?

Posted on 25th January 2017
University College London seeks online views on knowledge and awareness

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HARM, HAZARDS, RISK AND PRECAUTIONS

Posted on 16th November 2016
Reflections on workplace risk assessment concepts and processes

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HSE SEEK RISK ASSESSMENT FLEXIBILITY & SIMPLICITY

Posted on 9th October 2016
Proposed change to guidance could produce bonfire of ‘paperwork’

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REGULATORY RED TAPE OR BUSINESS BLUE TAPE?

Posted on 18th August 2016
HSE concerned over burdens imposed by supply chain and others

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MAJOR CONTRACTOR TO FOCUS ON FATAL RISKS

Posted on 17th August 2016
Laing O’Rourke rolls out radical ‘Safety Differently’ approach

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FORMER HSE CHAIR SPEAKS MIND ON KEY ISSUES

Posted on 28th April 2016
Outgoing health and safety boss has further swipe at consultants

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FIRM PAYS £1/4M OVER PUWER & ASSESSMENT ERRORS

Posted on 5th April 2016
Sealing products laminating machine trapped arm of workman

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HSE REQUIRED TO SOFTEN ENFORCEMENT POLICY

Posted on 9th March 2016
Proportionality requires regulator to expect a focus on ‘significant’ risk

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MAJOR CONTRACTOR SAFETY BOSS SPEAKS HIS MIND

Posted on 3rd March 2016
Industry heavy on paperwork and in danger of overlooking major risks

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RISK ASSESSMENT: SUMMARY OF KEY HSE GUIDANCE

Posted on 2nd March 2016
Regulator advice on assessment aids risk management “simplification”

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NEW HSE HEALTH AND SAFETY SYSTEM STRATEGY

Posted on 29th February 2016
hselogo1Greater simplification, reduced bureaucracy and complexity?

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HSE COMMITS TO RISK MANAGEMENT SIMPLIFICATION

Posted on 19th January 2016
Upcoming strategy to target “well meaning over-complication” by others

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FINED £450K OVER INADEQUATE RISK ASSESSMENT

Posted on 4th January 2016
Failure to implement the few inadequate controls identified

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METHOD STATEMENTS: TIME FOR CHANGE IN 2016?

Posted on 22nd December 2015
Not required? Not followed? and Not necessary?

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HSE CHAIR LOOKS FOR LEADING LINE MANAGERS

Posted on 12th November 2015
hselogo1Confusion over ‘responsibility’ at the heart of incidents

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HSE PLEA FOR FOCUS ON CONTROL NOT ‘PAPERWORK’

Posted on 3rd August 2015
hselogo1Paperwork makes H&S risk assessments a “bugbear”

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ANNUAL RISK ASSESSMENT REVIEWS NOT REQUIRED

Posted on 6th January 2015
HSE Myth Buster panel holds forth on risk assessments

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CPA PUBLISH NEW GROUND CONDITION GUIDANCE

Posted on 28th October 2014
Assessment of ground and precautions for safe use of mobile plant

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MODEL RISK ASSESSMENTS ENDORSED IN HSE GUIDE

Posted on 2nd September 2014
hselogo1New guidance on risk assessment requirement simplified and updated

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OVER 50% OF PROJECTS FAIL HSE ‘HEALTH CHECK’

Posted on 22nd July 2014
hselogo1Chief Inspector condemns ‘unacceptable toll of ill-health’

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HSE ALERT: CLIENTS WARNED AFTER DOUBLE TRAGEDY

Posted on 2nd December 2013
Building owners and occupiers urged to review management arrangements

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MANAGING RISKS WITH CATASTROPHIC POTENTIAL

Posted on 23rd November 2013
Construction industry failing to demonstrate serious approach to disaster risks 

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GOVERNMENT BACKS SCRAPPING ‘LOW RISK’ ASSESSMENT

Posted on 15th October 2013
Business leader taskforce targets written ‘burdensome’ risk assessments

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HAZARD IDENTIFIED, RISK ASSESSED..CONTROL ABSENT

Posted on 7th October 2013
Firm fined over rooflight fall despite assessment provided to client

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FORMAL RISK ASSESSMENT NOT REQUIRED FOR ALL TASKS

Posted on 12th March 2013
‘Myth Busters’ Challenge Panel provides risk assessment clarification

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COURT HEARS ‘RAMS’ NO SUBSTITUTE FOR RISK CONTROL

Posted on 13th March 2012
Firm fined after foreman suffered brain damage in rooflight fall

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HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM STANDARD TO BE REVISED

Posted on 16th August 2011
New safety management system designed for greater clarity on compliance

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BUNCEFIELD EXPLOSION LESSONS FOR CONSTRUCTION

Posted on 22nd February 2011
Report reveals fundamental management flaws behind Buncefield disaster

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GOVERNMENT TO CURB ‘GOLD PLATING’ EU REGULATIONS

Posted on 16th December 2010
New principles to stop GB interpretations of EU law restricting British companies

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