Shipowners Security Forum Presentation

IED were delighted to provide a presentation on Trauma Management to members of the Shipowners Security Forum at the K-Line shipping HQ in London. In attendance were company security officers from Chevron, Shell, Torm and BP. Shipping industry employees often operate in an extremely high risk environment and it is vital that organisations have the

IED deliver Leadership Training to Wood (formerly Wood Group)

IED are delighted to announce that they have successfully delivered their first leadership training session to front line leaders from the Wood organisation. Focussing the presentation around a professional journey that a Royal Marine could be expected to make and comparing that to one an Oil & Gas employee may have, provided much thought provoking

Britain’s annual injury and ill health statistics released first day of November

The latest annual injury and ill health statistics from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) show 1.3 million workers were suffering from work related ill-health and there were 609,000 workplace injuries in 2016/17. The figures show that while Britain remains one of the safest places to work, there is still work to do to drive

Automotive manufacturer fined after employee struck by falling pallet

A Banbury based company has been fined after a 64-year old worker who was struck by a falling pallet had to have part of his leg amputated. Oxford Magistrates’ Court heard that on 24 May 2016 the employee of Magna Exteriors (Banbury) Limited was attempting to move a stack of pallets with a manual pump

October 26 2017 Builder fined after worker fell from height.

A builder has been fined after a worker suffered serious injuries after falling from height from a scaffold. Derby Magistrates’ Court heard that on 22 April 2017, a worker for Nicholas Lawrence Birkin fell five metres from scaffolding at a construction site in Heanor, Derbyshire. He suffered deep lacerations to his face which required 40

Startling Play about suicide, males and our rail network.

A play set on the rail network is challenging male suicide Supported by the British Safety Council and other organisations, including supplier Arco, the play 31 Hours, seeks to address the issues around suicide and mental health on the UK rail network. The Council endorsed the production, which is currently being performed at the Bunker Theatre