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The Safety Anarchist on liking, sharing, and the apocalypse that follows
This month SHP’s Safety Anarchist discusses social media, social networking and social norms. It seems SA has got out of the wrong side of bed, and can't keep up with the pace.
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Video –  Are positive people safer?
Professor Tim Marsh explores his reasons why positive people are actually not safer. Why? Quite simply because "positive people get stuck in".

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Protecting oncology nurses from hazardous drugs
Protecting oncology nurses from hazardous drugs
A research note from MindMetre asks whether it's time for more precise legislation on the exposure of oncology nurses to hazardous drugs.
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HSE warning to businesses after Kier construction is fined £400k
HSE warning to businesses after Kier Construction is fined £400k
Construction company Kier Construction Limited has been fined £400,000 after a worker fell from height, fracturing his pelvis and his arm.
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A free webinar on managing road risk and vehicle maintenance is being provided by Brake Professional, the membership service of the road safety charity. 
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