Britain: Stress again linked to the recession Work pressures during the recession have caused a big rise in mental health problems, a mental health charity has said. Britain: Bosses fined after digger bucket death Two construction firm bosses have been fined after a worker died on a Salford demolition job.
Bodies sex pistols youtube in Telford Taylor died at his home on Christmas Day from cancer of the nose. Britain: Government fails bereaved families A government decision to scrap a review of the inquest system and abolish the position of chief coroner before it is even established is a betrayal of bereaved families, campaigners have said.
Britain: Rail dangers persist, warns coroner The coroner at the inquest into the deaths of seven people at Potters Bar eight years ago has warned of ongoing concerns about safety on the country's rail network.
Sweden: Firms call for safer toxics laws Regulations and incentives are needed to encourage a shift away from toxic chemicals, a group of Swedish business leaders, academics and environmental organisations have said. Do you believe the pilot "mistakenly" pressed the hijack button on the plane at Schiphol airport tonight causing widespread panic and reports of 3 knifemen?
Radioactive material was left lying on the drill floor for about four hours, during which time 14 workers were placed at risk of exposure. Paolo Vineis. New data from the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work EU-OSHA shows 79 per cent of European managers are concerned by work-related stress, but less than a third of companies have set procedures to deal with it.
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For some reason I can't go live on YouTube. Europe: European Health and Safety Week To help unions and health and safety representatives promote health and safety week in October, the TUC has updated its website. Britain: Tribunal fails to protect safety rep Penny Gower, a safety rep with the Scottish teaching union EIS, has criticised the flimsy protection provided by employment tribunals to those who stand up for safety.
Britain: Roadworks company fined over M4 death A Newport traffic management company has been sentenced after a trainee employee was struck and killed by a vehicle when working on the M4 near Cardiff.