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HSE logoThe HSE has released its latest report covering fatal workplace injuries in Great Britain 2016/17. It includes provisional numbers of fatal injuries to both workers and members of the public.

Learning at Work Week 2017This week marks the 18th Learning at Work Week (LAWW), an annual event organised by The Campaign for Learning since 1999 which aims to ‘put a spotlight on the importance and benefits of learning and development at work’ in the month of May. 

Mental Health Awareness Week 2017This week marks Mental Health Awareness Week here in the UK, a campaign run by the Mental Health Foundation to raise awareness of mental health issues and offer advice to those who suffer.

HSE logoThe Health and Safety Executive (HSE), is currently running a series of events across the UK to look at what businesses can do to safeguard their workforce.

Astutis Image (11)A recently released report by FirstCare reveals workplace absence is costing the UK economy an enormous £18 billion in lost productivity each year.

Scotland Works LogoAstutis is pleased to announce that we will be joining hundreds of other exhibitors at the inaugural Scotland Works event, held at the Glasgow SEC on the 3rd and 4th May, 2017.

BSI logoReleased in September last year, the updated lone worker British Standard (BS8484) applies in full late February 2017.

Join Astutis at the South Wales Safety Group Alliance Annual Health and Safety Conference & Exhibition 2017Astutis is all set to exhibit at the upcoming South Wales Safety Group Alliance annual Health and Safety Conference and Exhibition in the Liberty Stadium, Swansea, on Wednesday 5th April.

HSE logoThe HSE (Health and Safety Executive) has recently announced that it is to open a consultation process on proposals for making its cost recovery scheme dispute process entirely independent.

UK witnesses a dramatic increased in health and safety finesThe number of fines issued in the UK of £1 million or higher has risen substantially over the past year. The news comes after the number of company directors and senior managers prosecuted tripled as a result of the new sentencing guidelines introduced in February 2016. 


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