Respondents to a survey carried out by the Safety and Health Engineering Partnership (SHEP) have overwhelmingly (84%) said the Covid pandemic has made them more aware of how virus, bacteria and other particles are transmitted through the air, and 70% advised that Covid has made them more aware of the dangers of airborne particles.
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has published a policy statement on the Official Controls (Plant Protection Products) Regulations 2000 setting out how the Government will implement the regulations by taking a proactive approach to enforcing existing pesticides regulations in Great Britain.
The HSE has opened a consultation on alternatives under UK REACH after a company has applied for authorisation to use of 4-(1,1,3,3-tetramethylbutyl)phenol, ethoxylated in the development of gene therapies.
Ultra-low carbon sporting events kick off the summer season. The Tour de France, Wimbledon, and the UEFA European Football Championship have all featured ambitious green commitments in tandem with leading economies’ Net Zero targets.