Farmers have reacted furiously to plans from the Road Safety Authority to introduce road-worthiness tests for standard four-wheel drive tractors used for road haulage.
With the regional rounds of the All Ireland Occupational Safety Quiz season taking place nationwide throughout February and March, it’s now time for teams to put plans in place to Continue Reading →
Singapore will host the 21st World Congress for Safety and Health at Work on 3-6 September 2017 at the Expo and Convention Centre in the Marina Bay Sands.
Donald Trump’s new US Secretary of Labor does not have a great track record when it comes protective employment and safety rights, leaving unions and safety campaigners fearing his choices Continue Reading →
French companies are now required to guarantee their employees a “right to disconnect” from technology, under new legislation which came into force at the start of the year.
Psycho-social hazards are largely ignored, despite the fact that they’re “the greatest threat facing teachers during their working lives”, noted ASTI President Ed Byrne, at the launch of the ASTI’s information Continue Reading →
Every workplace, vehicle and home in Oman should have a well-stocked first aid kit in the event of any emergency situations, according to the Public Authority for Civil Defense and Continue Reading →
Having received technology transfers and training about occupational safety and health from Germany in the 1980s and 1990s, Korea is now providing the same service to developing countries some 30 Continue Reading →
Supervising engineer Harry Doherty was one of a group of employees at the Electricity Supply Board’s Erne Station who recently participated on the water safety awareness course in order to Continue Reading →
The European Good Practice Awards Ceremony will take place on 25-26 April, organised by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) as part of the 2016-17 Healthy Workplaces Campaign.