H & S failings: The devastating costs in numbers

When an organisation has a strong health and safety record, a serious accident seems like a distant possibility. However, nobody is immune – just one slip-up could realise your worst fears. The infographic below is a reminder that the financial and personal cost of failure is high. Whilst prevention is the best cure, it’s essential... Continue Reading →

Behind the Annual Statistics – HSE figures released

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have released their annual figures highlighting the number of those killed or injured at work. In our previous article we discussed why we’re not celebrating, despite the drop in the number of people killed. Below we have provided an infographic, so you can see the figures for yourself and... Continue Reading →

HSE annual figures – The people behind the statistics

It’s that time of year again. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have released their annual figures for 2012/13 and once again the numbers show a slight drop, this time down to 148 people killed at work. Which is good news, isn’t it? As health and safety professionals we can all slap each other on... Continue Reading →

Top 10 most shocking health & safety myths

Have you heard the one about the trapeze artist being ordered to wear a hard hat? Or how about the students ordered to wear goggles while they play conkers? Whichever way you look at it, heath and safety is an easy target whenever reporters are facing a slow news day. Amusing as some of the... Continue Reading →

6 construction safety statistics that’ll make you think

Did you know that in the UK construction accounts for only about 5% of employees, but is responsible for 22% fatal injuries? Or that 1 in 3 fatal slip, trip or falls involves a construction worker? Following our recent MSD statistics post, this new infographic puts these construction safety statistics, and more, into perspective better... Continue Reading →

Warning: Shocking MSD statistics laid bare

If you're looking to get manual handling taken seriously in your organisation it's true that the statistics speak for themselves. However,  if you want to change behaviour you need to make these statistics meaningful - and that's exactly where this new thought-provoking infographic comes in... With half a million cases last year, and the loss of 7.5 million... Continue Reading →

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