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Ethics & Compliance

The Child Submerge Case Lead To Fining Aberdeen Authorities

HSE fined the local authorities after the hearing was conducted on a case wherein a young boy on a school excursion, visiting the pool was rescued in...

Fit Note Training Should Be Mandatory Finds Out I.O.S.H Research

GP training event need to make fit note training sessions compulsory claims the I.O.S.H research. Dailycsr.com – 27 August 2015 – The I.O.S.H or the...

The Norfolk Dry Powder Extinguishers’ Come Under HSE Alerts

HSE issues an alert to Norfolk fire extinguisher holders, that their units are to be examined by experts. Dailycsr.com – 27 August 2015 – The powder...

HSE Decision Under FACK’s Review Plea

The decision of HSE on the lorry accident which killed pedestrians, has been called for review by FACK. Dailycsr.com – 26 August 2015 – Exactly...

One Shouldn’t Overlook Someone Being Bullied

A report on published highlighting the habits of bullying a person, demonstrate that although, it may appear like a school boys prank but bullying...

Essentra Components Replaces Workers With The Press Of A Lift Safe Button

The compact Lift Safe has allowed the Essentra Components to regularise the security and health issues of its staff. Dailycsr.com – 17 August 2015 –...

The stage of Dubai’s Hotel Show Is All Set For The Evac+Chair International

The efficiency and helpful designs of Evac+Chair’s emergency chairs have received worldwide recognition. Likewise, the company has been invited to...

A Latest Study Reveals That Employee Wellbeing No Longer Holds A Prime Responsibility In the Employers’ Eyes

With the changing time, most of the businesses exhibit a priority changing trend when it comes to employee health. Recent study shows that more and...

Heritage Preservation – A Less Trodden CSR Path In India

The initiative steps taken by a few companies in India towards restoring cultural heritage and preserving the corresponding sites, have brought in...

A poorly staked inflatable cost Marin Chadwick a cool £6440

In what could be a potentially dangerous incident, a poorly staked inflatable blew up, transporting an eight year old boy bodily upwards. The poor...

HSE issues safety alert for bay gates used on scaffoldings

The HSE has issued an emergency safety alert for scaffolding loading bay gates. Already a manufacturer is working on a design to incorporate the...

Directors’ guidance have to be updated feels HSE Chair

The HSE Chair, has openly admitted that INDG 417 needs further revision. It will be done in the near future. Along with this, she has also discussed...

Basic safety precautions could have saved PK & IF Cobley, £104,000

PK & IF Cobley fined £75,000 its workers fell through the roof and broke his back. Andrew Bannister had been employed at PK & IF Cobley for...

Three reservists die for want of preparedness of the army

Three regular reservists wanting to bump themselves up as SAS reservists died during a 26km mountainous trek. THE GPS equipment on them did not...
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