5 Breakable Barriers to Reporting… and how to bust them

5 Breakable Barriers to Reporting… and how to bust them

By Hannah StewartBlog

Incident reports help find out why accidents happen, but also why they do not. Data and lessons are shared, feedback keeps staff in the loop, and, in fact, incident reporting schemes are cheaper than the cost of an accident. Reports are a reminder of hazards and organizations can use information to change processes for the future. … Read More

Reducing The Cost Of Risk

Reducing The Cost Of Risk

By Hannah StewartPast Event

Together with representatives from Brodies LLP and Marsh, in this discussion we look at the topic of new sentencing guidelines in the UK from a legal standpoint, an insurance standpoint and from an IT perspective.

10 Common Complaints About Outdated EHS Processes

10 Common Complaints About Outdated EHS Processes

By Hannah StewartBlog

When a company approaches us, it’s usually because their existing EHS system is not up to standard and they need something new. It doesn’t meet their requirements any more, or it simply has grown old and is not running as it once did. Keeping up with technology in EHS management is important for large organizations … Read More

New sentencing guidelines in the UK: What you need to know

New sentencing guidelines in the UK: What you need to know

By Hannah StewartBlog

A few months ago, we blogged about proposed sentencing guideline changes in the UK – well, they’ve certainly arrived, with The Sentencing Council having released its new guidelines for prosecuting health and safety violations this week.So what are the changes?In a nutshell, it’s the way in which fines are calculated that are changing. From the 1st … Read More

New Health and Safety sentencing guidelines due

New Health and Safety sentencing guidelines due

By Hannah StewartBlog

New UK sentencing guidelines proposed for November 2015 by The Sentencing Council of England and Wales mean large firms will face fines of up to £20 million for the most serious Health & Safety offences in line with the HSE‘s commitment to reducing work related death (corporate manslaughter), injury and ill health through various means, … Read More