Top HSE News Headlines – 19/07/2018

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EnQuest hit with HSE notice after falling two tonne debris at North Sea platform

Oil exploration firm EnQuest was hit with the HSE notice yesterday for failure to safely lift and move the 2.6 tonne riser that narrowly missed workers as it dropped on the Magnus platform.


Sekisui Specialty Chemicals Receives 8th Governor’s Health and Safety Award

CALVERT CITY, Ky., July 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Labor Cabinet Acting Secretary Mike Nemes visited Sekisui Specialty Chemical’s Calvert City location on June 5th to present the Governor’s Safety and Health Award for 1,755,643 working hours without a lost-time incident.


Contractor, client and director found guilty of breaching health and safety regulations

An investigation by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE)found that the contractor, Mr Bodnariu, client company WEL Estates Limited and its director, Mr Yoel Lew were found guilty of breaching health and safety regulations in 2015 for a construction site on Gladesmore Road, London which was found too dangerous to work on.


Trial set on health and safety violations at Glace Bay bakery

SYDNEY, N.S. — A provincial court trial has been set for the owner of a Glace Bay bakery charged with two violations of the Nova Scotia Occupational Health and Safety Act.


New Brunswick to include workplace violence and harassment in health and safety legislation



The Tourism Export Council of New Zealand (TECNZ) has launched a new online health and safety checklist to improve the efficiency of health and safety data collection, storage, and distribution for all New Zealand tourism operators.





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