The BSIF welcomes the PM’s speech for providing clarity on the timescale of withdrawal, ending some of the uncertainty surrounding the process.
Micro and small enterprises (MSEs) in Europe: How can we make sure they are safe, healthy and productive places to work?
Dr. Christa Sedlatschek, Director of EU-OSHA, contributes this year with “Looking forward to future forms of work: Anticipating new and emerging risks”.
An investigation into whether there is reliable evidence showing a link between supply chains and health and safety (OSH) measures at work.
EU-OSHA is among the 15 associate members of the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN), the world's largest support network for small and medium sized businesses.
The British Safety Industry Federation (BSiF) supports UK businesses operating in the safety sector and is a major independent voice for the safety industry.
The PPE Directive was one of the first New Approach Directives and is now over 20 years old. We have a look at why it's changing.
The Online interactive Risk Assessment (OiRA) web tool is becoming an increasingly popular risk assessment tool among micro and small companies in Europe.
The British Safety Industry Federation is joining PPE for a live Twitter Q&A on the new PPE Regulation on Wednesday 5th October at 3pm (BST).
The classification and labelling system for chemicals is changing. Make sure you learn what the labels mean. Try the CLP quiz to see how much you know.
EMFWELD helps SMEs & larger organisations comply with the EU EMF Directive 2013/35/EU. Arc, stud and resistance welding processes, MPI & induction heating.
03/06/2016The e-fact “Procurement of maintenance services and health and safety at work” is now available in more languages. Many companies outsource their maintenance…
The Candidate List of substances of very high concern (SVHCs) for authorisation now contains 169 substances.