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ENFORCEMENT

The HSE’s business plan for 2020/21

The HSE’s board has been considering the organisation’s business plan for the current year. What will the regulator be spending its time on, and which sectors should be ready for inspection programmes? More...

HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

Are metalworking fluids making your staff sick?

Machining workshops use fluids to cool and lubricate metal when it’s being machined, drilled, milled, etc. But what’s good for the work process is not so healthy for the lungs and skin. What’s the concern and how should you respond? More...

HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

Updated workplace exposure limits

ENFORCEMENT

Keeping up with the HSE

The HSE has raised certain standards without introducing new or amended legislation. What’s happening and how can you keep up? More...

HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

Changes to workplace exposure limits

HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

Dangerous substances campaign

The EU has launched a two-year dangerous substance campaign. What is the objective and is it worth a look? More...

COSHH

New guidance on soldering

The HSE has issued simplified guidance on the subject of rosin-based solder flux fume. If your staff are involved in soldering work does this apply to you, and if so what’s required? More...

EXPOSURE TO HARMFUL FUMES

Free training on welding fume management

METAL WORKING FLUIDS

Something in your oil

The health implications of working with metal working fluids were highlighted when 101 Powertrain workers became ill. What happened and what can you learn from this incident? More...
Last updated: 03.06.2020

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