All Safety/HSE


Half of UK firms 'have no plan for obsolete equipment'

Added: 24 Sep 2018

More than half the UK companies surveyed in a new report says they have no plan for obsolete equipm…

Cola double win for FDF awards engineers

Added: 21 Sep 2018

Cola manufacturers Pepsi and and Coca-Cola shared the honours as two of their employees won in the …

How protector seals slash pump bearing failure rates

Added: 20 Sep 2018

With advanced retrofittable bearing protector seals readily available on the market, pump bearings …

LED lighting

Lighting as a service - the breakthrough model for industry

Added: 19 Sep 2018

The legacy approach to lighting is outdated. We need a new process model that treats it as a servic…

Five steps to year-round GDPR compliance

Added: 18 Sep 2018

The furore around GDPR implementation has died down and that’s a good thing says Natasha Bougard of…

Kumar Fellowship winner to advise Parliament on chemical weapons

Added: 18 Sep 2018

Postgraduate engineer Jennifer Spragg is to advise Parliament on chemical weapons issues after winn…

Process safety engineer

EEF launches interactive game to promote workplace health and safety

Added: 18 Sep 2018

Manufacturing industry organisation the EEF is harnessing interactive media in a bid to spread the …

Sleaford parent company claims spice facility ‘a global first’

Added: 17 Sep 2018

Sleaford Quality Foods is claiming its parent company’s mammoth new processing facility will provid…

Deadline approaches for process industries’ photo competitions

Added: 17 Sep 2018

Entrants for one of manufacturing’s leading creative awards, The EEF Manufacturing Photography Comp…

Diligent duty holders are the key to utility safety

Added: 17 Sep 2018

Ryan Robinson of Bureau Veritas examines the role of duty holders and how improving due diligence i…

Modern mandrels create faster factory flow

Added: 14 Sep 2018

Manual coil changes can be time consuming, not least when a plant is alternating production between…

Food sector's waste management proves its adaptability

Added: 12 Sep 2018

The Food and drink industry has reason to view the immediate economic future with trepidation.

When you invest in pumps, you invest in industry's future

Added: 12 Sep 2018

Beyond the sectors in which they operate, pumps have a profile so low that they might as well be no…

Martindale strives to keep teams safe with free training resources

Added: 12 Sep 2018

With 1,000 serious workplace accidents in the workplace annually and 16% of all fatalities linked t…

Manufacturer survey shows concern mounting over Brexit no-deal

Added: 11 Sep 2018

More than four out of five UK industrial product manufacturers surveyed want Britain to continue re…

Aim later to recruit more female engineers, says report

Added: 11 Sep 2018

New Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) research suggests the key to recruiting more young…

Winning apprentice seeks a double

Added: 11 Sep 2018

An award-winning apprentice who saved nearly £140,000 from his company’s production costs has been …

Sewer drain cover

Fatberg fighters face opposition from baby wipers

Added: 11 Sep 2018

Process industry leaders in the waste water and sewage sectors’ efforts to secure tougher laws desi…

UK firms dominate IChemE process safety shortlist

Added: 10 Sep 2018

The UK offices of AstraZeneca, Esso, Fluor and Sellafield, together with trade organisation the Che…

New role to spearhead OPITO’s global expansion

Added: 4 Sep 2018

Energy industry skills organisation OPITO has appointed its first director of strategic development…