Risk management for people at work and beyond. Since 1916.
Read about RoSPA's opinions on all things health and safety and join in discussions and debates on topical issues.
In 1968, the UK Government conducted a three-year experiment in which it suspended autumn clock changes. In doing so they saved lives. Fifty-one years have passed since the trial and we still have a lot to learn.
A large UK supermarket has sparked debate by banning the sale of fireworks. RoSPA explains why safety should be at the heart of this important discussion.
RoSPA is marking National Burns Awareness Day (October 16) by raising awareness of a common cause of burns and scalds: hot drinks
As of next week Police Scotland will utilise new roadside drug tests and drug-driving limits to detect individuals driving under the influence of illegal drugs.
RoSPA is calling on all landlords, including local authorities, to do more to ensure their homes are free from the
dangers posed to children by blind cords.
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