Can occupational safety data prevent catastrophic failure?

Large scale process safety incidents are catastrophic and lead to significant loss of life and cost organisations billions, whilst they are infrequent the impact and damage can last decades.

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Mind Foundry

Using AI in construction sites to reduce injuries and save lives - new white paper released

Patterns of hazardous conduct have become increasingly more difficult to find and therefore more difficult to ta

Buncefield oil depot incident December 2005

Loss of containment insights project workshop

This interactive workshop took place on 19 November 2019 at the University of Manchester’s Sackville Street building in the heart of Manchester city centre.

Industry 4.0 workshop

Industry 4.0 workshop

This workshop took place on November 20th 2019 at the HSE Science

BIM Sterring Comittee

BIM digital risk library

Second steering committee meeting, 28 November 2019<

HSE annual stats report

HSE releases its 2018/19 annual statistics report

Today, HSE has released Great Britain’s annual injury and ill-health statistics (2018/19).  


Interactive second stakeholders workshop on health and safety performance in cement industries

An interactive session among stakeholders in the cement industry both in UK and Nigeria was held on the 5th of September, 2019 in the University of Manchester. This was the second stakeholders workshop on health and safety performance in cement industries.

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Launch of the Industry 4.0 implications for health and safety survey

The Industry 4.0 implications for health and safety project, is canvassing views from organisations currently using or planning to use industry 4.0 technologies to support their health and safety strategy.

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