Who pays image

Hazards news releases


22 July 2014
More than 1000 workers a year could die due to inadequate silica safeguards University of Stirling new release

11 January 2013
Low life: How the government has put a low price on your life
Stirling report exposes a dangerous lack of official oversightHazards special online report, January 2013

September 2012
Health at risk as Scotland’s official safety and environmental watchdogs are neutered
Regulating Scotland: What works and what does not in occupational and environmental health and what the future may hold Andrew Watterson and Rory O’Neill. September 2012.

25 March 2011
People die when health and safety regulation is removed
Rory O'Neill, Comment is free, The Guardian

8 March 2011
Danger at work - File on 4
BBC File on 4Listen to the programmeRisks 497Is HSE finished?, Hazards magazine special reportWe didn't vote to die at work campaign

30 May 2009
While you were sleeping... Safety watchdog goes missing on the night shift
News release and Hazards report

30 May 2009
While you were sleeping... Safety watchdog goes missing on the night shift
News release and Hazards report

28 April 2009
Society pays for companies’ deadly behaviour
Hazards/University of Stirling news release

18 April 2009
HSE accused of waste injury ‘spin’

News release

25 June 2007
Burying the evidence - How the UK is prolonging the occupational cancer epidemic

Cancer Prevention News Release
Hazards report

27 April 2007
Unions say ‘Don’t work with killer chemicals’

BWI/IMF ReleaseHazards work cancer prevention kit

23 March 2007
Hidden cancer epidemic kills hundreds of thousands each year

BWI news releaseHazards work cancer prevention kit

23 March 2007
Preventing occupational cancer
[]
IMF news releaseHazards work cancer prevention kit

7 March 2007
Give safety reps more time to make work safer

TUC News ReleaseHazards report

23 November 2006
Not dead yet - no safe reason to discriminate

TUC News ReleaseHazards report

23 November 2006
Has safety had its chips?

Hazards report

13 October 2006
Rotterdam Treaty a “casualty” of asbestos disease

Hazards/IBAS/BWI news release

11 August 2006
“Come clean” call to UK authorities as 100s of safety jobs go

Prospect news releaseHazards report

11 August 2006
Too young to die
TUC news releaseHazards report

20 June 2006
Australian study backs TUC cancer claim
TUC news releaseHazards report

18 May 2006
Sure, we'll be safe: UK workplace safety inspections now at a new low
TUC news releaseHazards report

4 March 2006
Corporate killing law must give negligent employers no hiding place
TUC news releaseHazards report

14 February 2006
Safety watchdog refuses to bite
News releaseHazards report

November 2005
Burying the evidence: Work cancers are killing unprecedented numbers in the UK
TUC news releaseHazards report

August 2005
Standing problem: Humans are not made just to stand and work
TUC news releaseHazards report

5 August 2005
Memo to endangered workers: Shut your eyes and shut your mouth

Hazards report

May 2005
TUC dispels UK compo culture myth and says most injured workers miss out
TUC news releaseHazards report

February 2005
Hundreds of safety whistleblowers sacked every year
TUC news releaseHazards report

November 2004
Work is making us hoarse, says TUC
TUC news release Hazards report

July 2004
Nanotechnology could be the new asbestos
TUC news releaseHazards report

May 2004
A firm without safety reps is not a safe place to work

TUC news releasewww.hazards.org/safetyreps

March 2004
Big brother bosses are bad for business
TUC
news releaseHazards report

November 2003
Over zealous employers rushing to drug test staff
TUC news releaseHazards report

August 2003
Heart attacks and strokes – diseases of the modern worker

TUC news releaseHazards report

May 2003
Smoking bans are good for business
TUC news releaseHazards report

February 2003
Please relieve me, let me go - TUC campaigns for respect for workers’ right to go
TUC news releaseHazards report

November 2002
TUC wants global employers held accountable for two million work-related deaths a year
TUC news releaseHazards report

August 2002
Safety reps are the best and only recipe for construction safety, research proves
TUC news releaseHazards report

April 2002
Unions prevent 40 workplace injuries every day
TUC news releaseHazards report

February 2002
Five thousand people die every year from asbestos, says TUC
TUC news releaseHazards report

November 2001
Safety reps urged to give bad bosses a final warning
TUC news releaseHazards news

August 2001
Failure of voluntary guides and general duties to control asthma at work prompts call for new law
TUC news release

 


 

Search Hazards

See the archive RSS 2.0   Français Get our health and safety news direct to your website