As workplaces brace themselves for the coming winter, The UK’s HSE reminds employers of their responsibility to maintain safe and reasonable working temperatures.
A British NGO's investigation uncovers severe working conditions for migrant labourers renovating COP28 buildings in Dubai, amidst extreme heat and legal work hour violations.
The civil defence authority's campaign to wheedle out safety weakness revealed a widespread lack of compliance, which led to a large-scale reassessment of fire safety standards
Alba’s aluminium smelter is not only the largest in the GCC but also the first in the region to secure this high level of safety rating.
The extensive study saw EU-OSHA engaging more than 24,000 workers from six member states to build an accurate picture of the leading causes of occupational cancer in Europe.
RoSPA has urged for increased government action in support of the HSE following recent statistics which reveal an alarming trend that fatal workplace accidents on the rise.
Industry leaders are advocating for change in the standards for mental health monitoring and care in industrial sectors, even using football as a way to reach out and connect with workers.
The International Labour Organization and energy firm Eni have kicked off a pioneering initiative to improve safety conditions for agricultural workers connected with the latter’s projects in Africa
A huge site evacuation drill was carried out to draw attention to workplace safety and gaps in process under the Emirate’s new campaign to improve safety in the construction sector.
With one-in-four employees reportedly working in a hazardous environment, there is a strong need for more frequent and more substantial safety training resources.
A new asbestos directive aims to implement safer working conditions in a wider series of changes being labelled as the EU Green Deal era.