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June 2009 Blog Posts (5)

Part time Safety Officer Position in Port of Spain area.

To work in port of spain area. Evenings and weekends. It's for about two months. 4pm - midnight wednesday and thursday. Till work done on saturday and sunday. email hsefellar@gmail.com with resume

Added by Samuel Wilson on June 29, 2009 at 13:59 — No Comments

HSE case involving accidental gun discharge

Folks remember there is not such thing as an "accidental gun discharge"

Policeman in court over gun blunder

United Kingdom - Posted Tue, 09 Jun 2009

A police firearms instructors and his chief constable are due to appear in court charged with health and safety breaches after a civilian was accidentally shot through the stomach.

Control room worker Keith Tilbury was in a classroom with 10 colleagues at Thames Valley Police headquarters in Kidlington,… Continue

Added by Carlstien on June 16, 2009 at 22:02 — No Comments

Migrant worker Electrocuted

Migrant worker electrocuted after firm ignored power-line warning - Safety & Health Practitioner - 04/06/2009

A Polish agricultural worker was electrocuted after metal poles he was carrying came into contact with overhead power lines.

Gerard Faltynowski, 26, was working as part of the ‘tunnel squad’ for a soft fruit farming company in July 2006. He and 11 other migrant workers were erecting a polytunnel on farm land near Blairgowrie,… Continue

Added by Carlstien on June 10, 2009 at 13:33 — No Comments

Urgent Job Opportunity

We have URGENT job opportunities for safety officers and managers. Interested

candidates may consider the following requirements:


Experience 5 years experience in the field of safety



Should not be over 50 years old. The ideal candidate

should possess relevant professional/industry

qualifications. Experience in the construction industry is

preferable. Relevant certifications will be a plus.… Continue

Added by Carlstien on June 3, 2009 at 1:16 — No Comments

Managing asbestos

IOSH Article - Best practice: managing asbestos

The UK now has the highest death rate from mesothelioma in the world. This shocking statistic was revealed in a recent HSE report showing that mesothelioma killed 1,740 men and 316 women in the UK in 2006. In this feature, Connect reminds readers what they need to do if they’re involved in managing buildings.

What is asbestos?

The three most common types of asbestos usually found in buildings are chrysotile (white),… Continue

Added by Carlstien on June 2, 2009 at 2:46 — No Comments

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