RRC's Conference Helps Spread HSE Awareness in Sudan As part of its aim to achieve safer working in Sudan, RRC Training Middle East (RRC ME) held a very successful two-day conference, ‘Enhancing HSE Culture for Sustainable Solutions’, in Khartoum. A high level of audience … [Read more...] about HSE Conference, Sudan
Professor Lofstedt now turns to the regulations themselves. The focus of attention is those regulations that everyone had already suspected as redundant. They add little, if anything. The requirement to notify HSE if you have a Conventional Tower Crane, is one such case (not the … [Read more...] about Lofstedt – Chapter 5, Apply Within
Chapter 4 of Loftstedt’s report takes a look at the scope of UK regulations. In particular it’s interested to see whether that proportionate, risk-based approach is applied. One might argue that bigger, riskier businesses should have to do more to satisfy the law. There are also … [Read more...] about Loftstedt – Chapter 4, Everyone Has a Part to Play
I detect a certain amount of righteous indignation and resentment when young kids come out of college with a degree in health, safety, environment and quality. The argument goes something like: “They have no experience to speak of. They have no significant scaring (mental or … [Read more...] about Can The Young Teach Us Anything About Health and Safety?