Health and safety trends in global mining

Autonomous technology continues to develop

The key to safer working

Allan Ralston discusses how technological innovation can unlock health & safety and operational benefits

Importance of planning

John Ridley gives advice on how to comply with the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations when starting a new construction project

More focus on heat transfer safety needed

Thermal fluid specialist responds to tougher health and safety fines

The safety rep and reporting of major accident

More than ever, says John Moss, the offshore industry needs effective, knowledgeable and competent safety representatives

Benefits of wireless reach a wider audience

The importance of wireless communication continues to grow as its health, safety and cost benefits gain wider appreciation, Sean Ottewell reports

Health and safety rules drive new industry initiatives

Evolving health and safety regulations are prompting a broad range of new initiatives within the industry, including a subsea well incident response project, novel landing string assemblies, and new guidelines to make offshore support vessels safer

Reducing the risk

Start-up, shutdown and transition actions are often the most dangerous periods of operation in the process industries. Ian Curtis argues that companies could consider reducing the potential for human error by employing automated control through safety permissive sequencing at such times of high risk




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