WA Management blog posts relating to Misc.

Display Screen Equipment: Projecting the Dangers of DSE

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WA Management provides professional, adaptable and appropriate solutions for your Health and Safety needs. Our research blogs take a detailed look at particularly topical areas of the sector, or risks that are repeatedly overlooked. This week, we cast our scrutinising eye onto a an oft-overlooked aspect of Health and Safety which nearly all workers have […]

Week commencing 15th April – In the News

Suspected faulty wiring leads to Notre Dame Fire          As we are certain you are already aware of, this week sadly saw an enormous fire reduce part of the historic Notre-Dame Cathedral to rubble. Whilst much of the original stonework and relics were safeguarded, the Spire and portions of the roof collapsed. Investigators were permitted […]

Week commencing 8th April – In the News

Sparks flying from a saw.

Human Trafficking App uncovers 1,000 actionable reports of modern slavery in first five months of use   On Monday, we reported on a new app, launched by the Church of England’s Clewer Initiative, designed to empower the public to report signs of human trafficking at cash-only car washes. Indeed, the Safe Car Wash app provided […]

Week commencing 1st April 2019 – In the News

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WA Management unveils its latest ‘Hazard of the Month’   Despite being revealed on April 1st, it was certainly no joke that WA Management unveiled its latest ‘Hazard of the Month’. For April, the hazard is Manual Handling – an intrinsically important element of safe work, often neglected because of its commonality. As always, the […]

Week commencing 25th March – In the News

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WA Management rounds up its ‘Hazard of the Month’   This week, WA Management’s Hazard of the Month for March, Fumes and Ventilation, culminated in a new and informative blog. This research piece, designed to bust impenetrable jargon, scrutinises some of the risks associated with carcinogenic substances and how they can be mitigated. This comes […]

A Breath of Fresh Air in Tackling Fumes

Sparks flying from welding

WA Management provides professional, adaptable and appropriate solutions for your Health and Safety needs. Our research blog takes a detailed look at particularly topical areas of the sector, or risks that are repeatedly overlooked. This week, to tie in with the with our ‘Hazard of the Month’ for March, we take a look at the […]

Week commencing 18th February 2019 – In the News

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New fire protection guidelines unveiled On Monday, specialist property insurer FM Global published informative new guidelines on strategies to prevent fire damage in automated warehouses. The Protection for Automatic Storage and Retrieval Systems (ASRS) guidelines highlights areas such as sprinkler arrangement and position. The advice comes less than a month after a fire ravaged an […]

Week commencing 11th February – In the News

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Government reveals new standards symbol for ‘No-Deal’ Brexit eventuality As the political furore surrounding Brexit continues to occupy much of current news, preparations in the Health and Safety sector have been laid down. In the eventuality of a ‘No-Deal’ Brexit, the government has outlined a new symbol to indicate and uphold safety standards on machinery […]

Week Commencing 4th February – In the News

Stone in a quarry.

EDF fined after incident at Hinkley Point Nuclear Plant On Monday, we reported that EDF Nuclear Generation Ltd, in conjunction with another company, was fined in excess of £200,000 after an employee fell through an insufficiently guarded skylight. SHPOnline reported on the ensuing HSE investigation, which outlined how the suffered received ‘life-changing’ injuries. The Office […]

Week commencing 25th January 2019 – In the News

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‘Serious Negligence’ responsible for fatal air crash Late last week, jurors heard that serious negligence and pilot error was responsible for the Shoreham Airshow crash, which killed 11 people in the summer of 2015. The prosecution also outlined that the aircraft was in excellent condition, and that it was the pilot’s decision to carry out […]