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As well as training and safety passport, we offer a competent safety personnel service, and client representation with different levels of cover depending on your needs.
Core Safety and Training are a CCNSG, IOSH, ECITB, CITB and Qualsafe approved provider. The training offered can be tailored to your company's needs, or to the individual. We can deliver training on site or at our training locations across the UK.
In association with CTA and with Mentor Training we can also facilitate plant Novice through to requalification training for the following training boards: CPCS, NPORS, CAA, Ipaf, PASMA
News and updates about health and safety from the Health and Safety Executive
A semisubmersible DP drilling rig lost control of position for several minutes. During this time it was obliged to shear the drill pipe and disengage the lower marine riser package, LMRP. Operators of dynamically positioned vessels and offshore installations should review the ergonomic aspects of their control system.
This Alert is to remind duty holders of the requirement to have measures in place to verify the correct operation and the correct settings of all safety systems and limits on offshore cranes.
1 September marks the deadline by which theatre owners should have had their suspended plaster ceilings inspected by a specialist to ensure that they are safe. New guidance about this which was co-written with HSE following the collapse of the Apollo Theatre ceiling in 2013, can be found on the ABTT website at http://www.abtt.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/ABTT-Guidance-Note-20-19May2015.pdf If […]
Safety notice – Use of barrier glands in potentially explosive atmospheres to meet IEC 60079-14:2013 (edition 5)
The current International Standard allows the use of a ‘standard’ Ex certified flameproof gland as opposed to a Ex certified ‘barrier gland’ without the requirement to apply the previous flowchart used in the British Standard. There is evidence this approach creates a fire and explosion risk. This notice provides information on what action to take.
This safety alert highlights the issue of inadequate material properties of small diameter clamp connectors and the potential for sudden brittle failure following an incident which occurred on an offshore production platform where a 1” diameter Vector ‘Techlok’ pipework clamp connector catastrophically failed causing a gas release.
Norfolk Range large dry powder fire extinguishers, manufactured before 2009 by UK Fire International Ltd, may be affected by moisture ingress at a threaded joint at the base of the unit, rendering the unit inoperable.
Safety alert: Extendable scaffolding loading bay gate – use of cable ties to secure loose mesh and unsafe means of operation
A number of manufacturers/suppliers are marketing an extendable scaffold loading bay gate that does not satisfy legal requirements when in some configurations. When extended the loading bay gate, which forms part of the edge protection on a scaffold, is not robust enough to fulfil this function and is therefore not suitable.
There have been an unacceptable number of accidents related to visibility. Manufacturers and importers of Earth Moving Machinery should review the conformity assessment of their product ranges in respect of visibility from the operator’s position to ensure continued compliance.
Safety alert – External chloride stress corrosion cracking of stainless steel Lokring pipe connectors
This safety alert highlights the issue of chloride stress corrosion cracking which has been found to affect stainless steel Lokring pipe connectors, and advises on actions required.
Withdrawal of the (UN 0349) 1.4S classification for DynaEnergetics HMX 165 Octocord from the list of classified explosives and fireworks. HSE carried out compliance checks on this product, as part of its role as the Competent Authority for the classification of non-military explosives. Tests showed the hazards associated with this item were incorrectly identified and that it […]
HSE investigations into the collapse of two tower crane jibs has identified that there were problems with adequate maintenance of the slew brake release mechanisms. This alert is to advise owners and users of steps to be taken to ensure that tower crane slew brake release mechanisms are maintained in efficient working order.
The purpose of this safety alert is to raise awareness of the risks from hydraulic injection injury, after a maintenance fitter died from hydraulic injection injury sustained whilst tensioning the track of a piling rig.
This safety notice is about the risks of entrapment where there is whole body access into rotational moulding ovens during maintenance or other machine interventions.
This safety notice stresses the importance of maintaining the integrity of the roof, including maintaining the buoyancy of the structure.
Safety alert – Devices used to reduce operator entrapment and crushing on mobile elevating work platforms
This alert advises that covers/shrouds on machine controls do not protect against entrapment of operators between the machine and nearby obstructions.
HSE is aware of a number of recent failures of primary containment, caused by Liquid Metal Embrittlement (LME) by mercury. This safety notice describes the potential integrity hazards relating to the presence of mercury in crude oil, the refining process and some downstream industries.
Following the recent collapse of three luffing jib tower cranes in high winds, HSE is making this information available to tower crane users as supplementary guidance to that contained in BS7121 Part 5:2006, Code of practice for safe use of cranes -Tower cranes. This information is issued without prejudice to any ongoing investigations. HSE is […]
An operator was killed when a Genie Z135/70 mobile elevating work platform became unstable and overturned whilst it was working at or very close to its maximum height. In order to minimise the risks of overturn, the machine safety devices and sensors must be configured as per manufacturer’s settings, as prescribed by the manufacturer in […]
A recent HSE investigation has found that piston actuators fitted to safety critical foot valves on LPG road tankers may not operate on demand at low temperatures created by a loss of containment.
Latex neck seals used in the diving industry need to be correctly fitted to the diver. A neck seal that is too large allows water ingress or gas escape and a neck seal that is too small can cause severe breathing problems.
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