A construction company has been fined after it carried out unsafe and unlicensed asbestos removal during the refurbishment works in a junior school in Dursley.
Children at a school have been banned from eating pack lunches outside allegedly due to health and safety
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A number of media outlets have reported today (Wednesday 18 May 2016) that a university plans to ban their students from throwing mortar boards in the air on graduation day for health and safety reasons. HSE has provided a response to this age-old myth:
A Helensburgh-based contracting company has been fined after a worker hit an underground cable and suffered burns to his hands and face whilst working on a primary school refurbishment project.
An Oxford based company has been fined after disturbing asbestos insulation board (AIB) at a school.
A college in Surrey has been fined after a student was struck on the leg by a tree as it was being felled.
A Hertfordshire school has been fined for safety failings after a pupil suffered permanent paralysis when a swing collapsed.