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UK faces safety ‘brain drain’, new report says 07 October 2022

New research into the state of safety in UK workplaces has found that despite Covid serving as a catalyst for health & safety improvements, offering ‘unprecedented’ opportunity for businesses to create a lasting health and safety legacy, businesses expressed concerns about a major industrial disaster amidst safety ‘brain drain’ as older, experienced workers leave the workplace....

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Manufacturing defect, ineffective cathodic protection led to fatal 2019 pipeline explosion 15 September 2022

The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) announced on September 14 that the rupturing of a 30-inch natural gas pipeline owned by Enbridge Inc. and a subsequent fire caused the 2019 death of one person and the destruction of five homes near Danville, Kentucky....

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Explosion kills three seafarers on supply ship in Italy 01 September 2022

An explosion killed three people working on the deck of an offshore supply ship in Italy on August 31. The incident happened inside a container on the Palau-flagged ASSO while welding operations were taking place....

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Increasing risk of lithium-ion battery explosions impacting supply chains, new report says 01 September 2022

The transport of highly inflammable lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries is increasingly impacting shipping safety, a new risk bulletin has said. Business insurer Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) has said that fires and explosions are the third top cause of shipping losses over the past decade and the most expensive cause of marine insurance claims over the past five years....

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Bulk carrier and LNG tanker collision causes oil spill off Gibraltar 01 September 2022

An LNG tanker collided with a bulk carrier off the coast of Gibraltar on August 30. The collision forced the British overseas territory’s port to close numerous times while the Gibraltar Port Authority worked to prevent an oil spill from spreading....

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