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UKATA Lends Support to New HSE WorkRight ‘Asbestos & You’ Campaign

On 6 March, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) announced the launch of their new campaign ‘Asbestos & You’ which aims to raise awareness of the dangers of asbestos tha
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Initial Findings from the HSE's Recent Silica Inspections in Manufacturing

HSE inspectors are carrying out targeted inspection initiatives focusing on manufacturing businesses where materials that contain silica are used.The inspections, which s
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HSE System Downtime - 15 February - 8:00am - 9:00am

The following notification has been received from the HSE.There will be some downtime on HSE systems due to maintenance. The HSE aplogises for the disruption this may cau
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Company Fined after Surveyor Fatal Accident

An Inverness company has been fined after a surveyor died from injuries caused by an electrical explosion.Christopher Wayne Earley, a director at CWE Asbestos Consultants
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HSE Visiting Officers Attending Licensed Asbestos Work Sites Jan - Mar 2023

This January-March 2023, Health & Safety Executive’s Visiting Officers (VOs) will be attending sites notified as licensed work in order to view documents and collect info
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Company Fined £200,000 after Employee Badly Injured in Fall

A property management company has been fined £200,000 after an employee was left in a wheelchair after falling eight metres through a rooflight.Robin Williamson, an asbes
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HSE Publishes Annual Work-Related Ill-Health and Injury Statistics for 2021/22

The estimated number of workers in Great Britain suffering a work-related illness is 1.8 million with stress, depression, and anxiety making up around half of cases, new
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Guidelines Launched to help staff Succeed at Work and get Businesses Growing

New guidance will help employers support disabled people and those with long-term health conditions thrive at workFirms will be given advice on retaining staff as many bu
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Eddie Stobart Fined after Workers Exposed to Asbestos

Logistics company Eddie Stobart has been fined after work at one of its sites exposed staff to asbestos.The firm was fined £133,000 for a series of failures that took pla
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Lung Cancer Awareness Month Coming in November

Lung cancer is the most common cause of death from cancer for both men and women and early detection of lung cancer makes it more treatable.Lung Cancer Awareness month ta
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