Trailer safety is an issue that most people know nothing about – but which is responsible for hundreds of accidents and incidents every year, says Karin Smyth MP.
British Safety Council’s campaigning and research work supports the aims of the World Day for Safety and Health at Work.
Regulating the internet is a notoriously difficult challenge, but the Online Harms White Paper presents an opportunity for industry and users to shape the future of technology regulation.
British Safety Council announces the winners of the International Safety Awards 2019
On Friday 5 April 2019, Mates in Mind announced the Highly Commended and Winners of their 2019 Impact Awards. This was the second year that the awards have taken place, hosted as part of the British Safety Council’s prestigious the 2019 International Safety Awards gala dinner held at Grosvenor House in central London.
Wellbeing is fast becoming a key boardroom issue. However, research by the British Safety Council has identified a lot of uncertainty about wellbeing at work.
Some of the best health, safety and wellbeing champions in the world are shortlisted for the International Safety Awards 2019
Having been awarded the B&CE’s Mowlem Award grant in 2018, Mates in Mind have launched their Apprentices’ Mental Health Survey to support improvements in the mental health of apprentices across the construction and related industries
Liberal Democrat Lords Spokesperson for Education & former Primary School headteacher, Lord Storey, writes ahead of his Lords debate on ‘Improving the swimming and life-saving skills of children provided through schools’.
The British Safety Council calls on parliamentarians to join their new campaign to protect outdoor workers from ambient air pollution.
The potential for serious incidents to occur at stadia remains high should such planning and implementation fall short, says David Parr, Director of Policy and Technical Services at the British Safety Council.
The British Safety Council has revealed the winners of its prestigious 2019 International Safety Awards, which recognise and celebrate organisations from around the world which have shown a true dedication to keeping their workers and workplaces healthy and safe during the 2018 calendar year.
Even low levels of carbon monoxide exposure can cause permanent damage. But models to improve treatment exist, as does the appetite amongst the medical community, write Chris Bryant and Baroness Finlay
Mates in Mind believes business leaders are in a good position to address mental health in the workplace, but encourages them to consider that delivering meaningful change to their workforces should be effectively aligned to their business priorities.
How do you future-proof your organisation? At its first annual conference in Mumbai, the British Safety Council will explore how Indian businesses can prepare for opportunities and challenges ahead.
How do you future-proof your organisation? At its fourth annual conference in Dubai, the British Safety Council will explore how local businesses can prepare for opportunities and challenges ahead.
SNP MP Marion Fellows writes about her claustrophobia and why she needed extra support in the voting lobbies last week. She says "There is a long way to go to modernise Westminster which is so out of date".
With, on average, one fire a month still linked to this kind of cladding, it’s only a matter of time before one of them isn’t put out and we’re facing the avoidable horror of another Grenfell, says Steve Reed MP.
The British Safety Council is concerned about the ill-health effects to outdoor workers from long-term exposure to air pollution. That is why we are launching a new campaign in March to raise this issue and produce a step-change in how employers, policy-makers and researchers recognise and help this vulnerable group.
We rely on fire and rescue personnel to save and protect us from danger. It’s time for them to rely on us to give them the help and support they need, says Emma Dent Coad MP.
The British Safety Council introduces its new literature review, Not just free fruit: wellbeing at work, published this week.
Employee wellbeing is being compromised by a lack of understanding of how to implement effective programmes, reveals the latest research from the British Safety Council
The British Safety Council reiterates its demand that the UK’s withdrawal from the EU must not in any way erode the progress made in the UK over the last four decades on workplace health, safety and welfare standards, together with the protection of worker’s rights and product safety.
The Trustees of Mates in Mind welcome James Rudoni to the charity as Managing Director.