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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Oil firm fined £100,000 after workplace explosion

    An oil specialist in the North West has been fined £100,000 after an explosion occurred at one of its plants through health and safety failings. ESL Fuels Ltd in Merseyside pleaded guilty at Liverpool Crown Court to breaching safety regulations after workers cut into a vessel pipe, causing a fuel tank to explode. The incident….

    New HSE campaign to tackle employee health

    The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is launching a new campaign to reduce cases of work-related ill health, with new figures showing 26 million sickness days are lost each year. The Go Home Healthy campaign comes in response to more than two-fifths of business leaders reporting a rise in long-term sickness absence at their organisations…..

    Passengers and crews at risk from ‘clear gap’ in air regulations

    Health and safety regulators are being urged to do more to tackle toxic air in aircraft cabins with an aviation expert alleging crews and passengers are being placed at risk of contamination. Former pilot Dr Susan Michaelis, of the University of Stirling, says the CAA does not have the expertise to address hazardous substances on….

    Undercover police tackle cyclist safety in Norwich

    Careless motorists in Norwich are being targeted by undercover officers on bikes, as part of a new scheme to educate drivers who drive too close to cyclists. Operation Close Pass launched on Tuesday 3 October, and sees police constables and community support officers put on their civilian clothes to covertly detect instances of careless driving,….

    Known manufacturing fault fills cockpit with smoke

    Pilots had to issue a mayday alert mid-air after an electrical fault known to the manufacturer caused the cockpit of a flight to fill with smoke, an investigation has found. The easyJet plane had taken off from Edinburgh just 11 minutes prior, when smoke forced the pilots to put on their oxygen masks and call….

    Ferry grounded after part fitted without instructions

    A lack of safety instructions has led to a ferry losing control at sea and crashing into rocks and pontoons, an investigation has found. The Caledonian MacBrayne’s MV Hebrides was damaged on September 25 last year, after an engineer fitted a part without instructions, leading to a mechanical failure. ‘Loss of control’ A report by….

    Three Quarters Of British Motorists Admit They Rarely Concentrate All Of The Time When Driving

    ContentsTOP 50 DRIVING DISTRACTIONS:Distracted Driving QuizFull InfographicHeavy rain, backseat drivers and a SPIDER in the car are among the biggest distractions for drivers, according to a new study. 46% of people admitted that yes they do get distracted when driving be it by another person, conditions outside their car or something going on within their….

    Roofing contractor fined for safety breaches

    A roofing firm in Yorkshire has been handed a suspended prison term for failing to protect its workers from falling from height. Chris Smith of C Smith Roofing has pleaded guilty at Leeds Crown Court to safety breaches that exposed two of its workers to unprotected roof edges. The contractor has been sentenced to an….

    Farming classed as ‘most dangerous industry’ to work

    Agriculture is the most troubling industry when it comes to health and safety at work, according to official figures. A Health and Safety Executive (HSE) report for 2016/17 finds that working on a farm is the most dangerous of all main industry sectors. Injuries sustained can result from transportation and machinery, falling from height and….

    Bike charity calls for ‘Dutch reach’ move to reduce accidents

    Cycling safety groups are calling for action to tackle the dangers associated with so-called ‘car dooring’ incidents. Cycling UK says a campaign is needed to raise awareness of the thousands of cyclists, motorcyclists and pedestrians who are injured by drivers who carelessly open their car doors and hit them. Serious consequences Government figures show that….