Make health and safety your top priority in 2020

Warren Buffett, who was recently named as the fourth wealthiest individual in the world, once said: “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you'll do things differently.”   This is good advice that can be applied to many aspects of life, but it’s... Continue Reading →

Don’t put your back into it

With Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) costing the economy £6.6 million through lost working days and 469,000 workers suffering new or longstanding work related MSDs in 2017/18*, it’s safe to say that this is still a major issue facing both employers and employees despite advances in technology, training and awareness. With Manual Handling Training (people and objects)... Continue Reading →

Get ahead – become a motorcycle instructor

The riding training market can be a tricky one to stand out in. There are lots of options and it can be tough to choose the right one. RoSPA's Diploma in Motorcycle Instructor Training really stands out from the crowd.  It enables you to apply to join the voluntary Enhanced Rider Scheme, entitling you to... Continue Reading →

Getting to grips with child car seat safety regulations

With over 50 years’ experience in child car seat safety, Britax Römer offers a digestible overview to child car seat safety regulations:

Getting personal: Staying safe at work and at home

At L'Oréal we have laid the foundations and created a safe and healthy space within which our workers can thrive. Our next step is to ensure that people truly understand the value of why getting safety right is as important to each of them as it is to the 'business'. Making safety personal and encouraging... Continue Reading →

Falling foul of the law

In the second part of RoSPA Fleet Safety Consultant John Greenhough's recent article in Health and Safety at Work, he delves into the law and your responsibilities as a fleet manager... Nottingham County Council was fined £1million, plus costs in excess of £10,000, following a guilty plea of breaching the Health and Safety at Work... Continue Reading →

Rudyard Kipling and Fleet Safety

The below artice is an extract from the latest issue of Health and Safety at Work magazine and is written by RoSPA Fleet Safety Consultant John Greenhough... ‘I keep six honest serving-men (They taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When And How and Where and Who’ (Rudyard Kipling ‘The... Continue Reading →

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