Safety officials are investigating how a “tragic” fire destroyed one of Britain’s most instantly-recognisable seaside landmarks.
Dozens of firefighters have been tackling a huge blaze at a food preparation company’s premises in Northamptonshire.
The number of workplace deaths has fallen by 85% since the introduction of health and safety laws 40 years ago, new figures show.
The safety benefits of keeping communal closes clear have been underscored following a fire in a Scottish flats complex.
Facilities managers have until September 3 to examine a review of the occupational standards for management in the construction sector and put forward their views.
Most employees say the way their workplace is designed is good for their wellbeing but many think the actions of their bosses are not, according to new research.
An overheating lift cable is thought to be to blame for a fire in the tower at the Glasgow Science Centre on Tuesday evening.
Facilities managers are being offered new advice on how to manage the health and safety of contractors working on their premises.
A judge has sentenced a masonry firm director to 10 months in jail, suspended for two years, for allowing his employees to be exposed to hazardous stone dust.