Managing Director Philip Marsden appears on the BBC Look North!
Watch SMS Europe Managing Director Philip Marsden appearing on the BBC Look North to discuss the risks of occupational noise in agriculture.
Hand-arm vibration or HAV is a widespread hazard for employees in many industries and occupations. This second edition of L140, published by the HSE, outlines what an employer’s duties are under the Control of Vibration at Work Regula..
The HSE has released its annual figures for work-related fatal injuries for 2018/19 The provisional annual data for work-related fatal injuries revealed that 147 workers were fatally injured between April 2018 and March 2019. The statistic..
Fine after woman fatally crushed by roller shutter door An electrical company has been fined after a woman was fatally crushed by a roller shutter door. On 14 August 2016 Heidi Chalkley pressed the button to open the roller-shutter door at Ruth..
Fine after 12-year-old fell from ladder at unsecured site Contractor Westdale Services Limited has been fined £160,000 after a 12-year-old boy slipped off a scaffold ladder on an inadequately guarded site. On 6 May 2017, two boys were abl..
March 2019 Newsletter and Legal update
Welcome to the March 2019 newsletter and legal update This issue at a glance: SMSE "new website - it's here" DSE Assessment ..
Watch SMS Europe Managing Director Philip Marsden appearing on the BBC Look North to discuss the risks of occupational noise in agriculture. ..
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