Category: Health & Safety

Death at work trend going upwards yet deadly deregulation still remains government obsession

HSE latest provisional figures for fatal injuries in Great Britain show 144 fatally injured between 1st April 2017 and 31st March 2018 which is nine more lives lost in preventable incidents than the year before 2016/17. Coming a year after

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The shocking rise of TB in cows

Since 1996 there has been a 980% increase in cows slaughtered because of TB.  Click here to read more.

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Waltham Forest tenth worst authority for food hygiene

Birmingham and Hyndburn ‘worst for food hygiene’.  Click here to read more.

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Residents fear asbestos exposure at primary school

Neighbours want to ensure children and staff are not exposed to asbestos at a primary school during building and demolition works.  Click here to read more.

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Anger as Waltham Forest Council Blocks Trade Union May Day & Workers’ Memorial Day events in the borough

Anger and disbelief met Waltham Forest Council’s decision to refuse permission to Waltham Forest Trade Union Council (WFTUC) to use Coronation Gardens for its commemoration of Workers’ Memorial Day and its first outdoor celebration of May Day.

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Cancellation of Waltham Forest May Day Event

Statement from Trades Union Council Officers The May Day event which was planned for 28 April – and which included a commemoration of Workers’ Memorial Day – will not now be taking place as the Council has decided not to grant

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Workers’ Memorial Day 28 April 2018

TUC: UK health and safety regulations break international law

In 2015, the Government pushed through a law that exempted a large number of self employed people from the protection of the Health and Safety at Work Act.  Click here to read more.

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London Air Pollution Training

Site safety stand-down to cover whole of construction

Sites across the whole construction sector will stop work as part of a safety stand-down in April.  Click here to read more.

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