Following their success at the 2020 Health Business Awards, we speak to Daren J Mochrie, Chief Executive Officer at North West Ambulance Service
Safety & Health Expo takes place at ExCeL London on 18-20 June, showcasing new solutions and products to an audience of over 13,000
RoSPA's Karen McDonnell looks at how good management of health and safety can ward against slip, trip and fall-related injuries
Health workers face a variety of threats to their safety on a regular basis. Bob Street examines how the risks can be managed
Following its April event on hazardous substances in healthcare, Karen Cunningham, from the IOSH Health and Social Care Group, explains how risks presented by hazardous substances are managed by Belfast Health and Social Care Trust.
Bob Whiteley, chair of the Fire Industry Association, discusses the potential safety benefits of watermist fire suppression systems for healthcare facilities
Slips, trips and falls at work are collectively the single most common cause of injury in UK workplaces. Rob Burgon of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents discusses how hospitals can protect their staff from such harm
Health professionals need to be aware of the risks that waterborne legionella bacteria can pose patients and hospital staff. Susan Pearson talks about the work the Water Management Society is doing to bring healthcare professionals up to speed
The threat posed by Legionella is well understood. But, as Bob Towse of the Building & Engineering Services Association explains, cost cutting can put vulnerable patients at risk
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents briefs our readers on the importance of a strategic approach to staff safety and advises on how hospitals can formulate a tailored risk plan
What is the Core Skills Training Framework for the health sector and how can it improve standards in health and safety? Mark Hughes, vice chair of IOSH’s Healthcare Group Committee reports
How is the NHS improving occupational health and safety? Mark Hughes, vice chair of the IOSH Healthcare Group Committee, examines the current situation
How can procurers in the healthcare sector be sure that the services offered by Legionella risk assessment companies are fit for purpose and will help them to discharge their legal obligations? The answer lies with accreditation, writes Jon Murthy from accreditation body UKAS
Health and safety must be communicated to both workers and patients to ensure it is understood and managed. Roger Bibbings, occupational safety adviser at RoSPA takes note
Hospitals - what’s the risk of a fire? Greater than you would think, suggests Robert Thilthorpe, technical manager of the Fire Industry Association
We are an established engineering company based in Cardiff, South Wales and have been trading for 15 years, the company was started by David Hill initially working out of a small lock up garage and making gates and railings for domestic customers, to our current workshop of 5300sq ft.
As the years have progressed we have moved away from domestic customers and focused more on business customers, we have also increased our product and service offerings and we now offer general fabrication, specialist fabrication and site services on a nationwide basis.
MGPS Services Ltd are an independent company accredited to ISO 9001:2015 and provide Medical Gas
Northwich’s Victoria Infirmary (VIN) Community Diagnostic Centre (CDC) has enabled more patients
With health sector vacancies at a record high, one NHS trust in Kent is battling back by offering more than 300 fully-paid apprenticeships, from nursing to administrators
The NHS must embrace the agency workforce. During this staffing crisis, recruitment agencies and temps are playing a crucial role in keeping wards open and the wheels of the NHS turning, writes Yerin Seo, senior campaigns advisor at the Recruitment and Employment Confederati