New guidance released on working in confined spaces  The Water Industry body Water UK has recently revised its Occasional Guidance Note on Confined Spaces, with fresh guidance on safer working. In December 2019 it issued a revised Occasional Guidance Note on the Classification & Management of Confined Space Entries with the aim of  continuing to...

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SA Safety Limited have teamed up with strategic partners Compass Environmental Consultancy to launch our Health, Safety, Environment and Rescue (HSER) Alliance,  comprising of a number of sector-leading organisations who hold specialist capabilities within the fields of Health, Safety, Environmental and Rescue. The alliance provides a one-stop shop for those seeking HSER services, not only...

This short guide has been written to lead small businesses in the right direction in shaping the company obligations towards Health & Safety. Are Directors, Partners, Business Managers or Line Managers Responsible for Health and Safety? Directors, Partners, Business Managers and Line-Managers may find themselves responsible for accidents and injuries, even if they do not own the business. This is in part because every employee has a legal responsibility to work safely and not to endanger the health and safety of other employees or those likely to be affected by the work.

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