Week Commencing 10/08/2020 – In The News

A railroad track.

Train Derailment Near Stonehaven in Scotland Kills 3 On Wednesday 12th August, a train derailed near Stonehaven in Scotland, leaving 3 people dead. Scotland’s transport secretary has said extreme weather had an impact on the accident. Michael Matheson has said an investigation into the accident would establish what lessons could be learned. Driver Brett McCullough, conductor Donald […]

Tackling Trespassing

A rusted door locked with a padlock.

The Story of Father Christmas’ First Trespassing St. Nicholas was a Bishop who lived in the fourth century in a place called Myra in Asia Minor (now called Turkey). He was a very wealthy man after inheriting his parents’ wealth after they died. He had a reputation for helping the poor and giving secret gifts […]

Week Commencing 21/10/2019 – In the News

A red double-decker bus in a busy city.

£1.2 MILLION Fine After Arm Amputation Mid-UK Recycling Ltd has been fined a hefty £1.2 million after an employee lost part of his arm in a conveyor belt in April 2015. This happened when the employee, whose role was a line operator, tried to fix a blockage on the line – his glove got dragged […]

‘elf and safety this Christmas

Multi-coloured string lights.

              It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Streets and homes are bedecked in beautiful lights, copious amounts of gorgeous food render us stotious, and companies up and down the country wind down with festive parties and celebrations. Christmas events can be a fantastic way to relax, spend time with your colleagues and look […]

Week commencing 30th July – In the News

An excavation site.

Neil Hewitt of Arco Safety outlines incoming changes to PPE The new PPE directive EU 2016/425 is set to make the most significant changes to PPE in 20 years, according to Neil Hewitt, Divisional Director of Quality and Technical Standards at Arco Safety. The guidelines are being introduced to streamline and standardise PPE supply chains, […]