Judith Hackitt (Chair of the Health and Safety Executive) talks to the Manchester Evening News about risks, conkers and other myths.
A construction company was prosecuted after an incident which saw an employee lose his arm.
A farm worker died when a one-ton bale of hay landed on him, near Bideford, Devon.
Two farmers are being prosecuted over an accident which led to the death of a tractor driver.
A farmer was killed when a tractor and manure spreader he was operating rolled down a small hill and overturned.
The man was injured in an industrial accident Saturday afternoon at Webco in Sand Springs. A heavy roll of raw material fell onto him, crushing his legs.
HSE Myth of the month - risk assessment. Carrying out a risk assessment should be straightforward. It’s about focusing on real risks and hazards that cause real harm and, more importantly, taking action to control them.