Cleaners, waste collectors and other workers who do heavy physical work should get a free health check every year. That is the aim of the Danish government. ECJ correspondent in Scandinavia Petra Sjouwerman reports.
Do you smoke? Are you overweight? Then it is probably no news that this puts you at risk of developing life-threatening diseases.
Writing exclusively for ECJ, Dr Sandra Meijer of The REACH Centre explores the impact of REACH on industry in practice and discusses strategies and best practice for REACH management.
Most industry sectors have by now managed to get to grips with REACH registration and many companies have successfully met the first two registration deadlines of
Mike Sullivan, managing director of hand hygiene products supplier GOJO Industries - Europe writes his latest hand hygiene blog for the ECJ website.
He reports on the recent Infection Prevention Society (IPS) annual conference in Scotland.
An Irish woman has been awarded 28,000 euros in compensation after she fell off the toilet in her own home. Isabela O'Sullivan was injured when a tile fell close to her while she was using the toilet of her Dublin home in September 2011. She got such a fright that she fell forward, injuring her right knee.
Barrister William Martin Smith
A new website and app designed in New Zealand would allow greater monitoring of cleaners by their clients. But a trades union has warned warned an "extreme level" of monitoring could lead to unrealistic expectations on cleaning staff.
Developers Kenneth Ho and Charles La say they have launched spongehero.co.nz to address shortcomings within the
A very special kind of superhero is on a one-man crusade to clean up the streets of the Japanese capital. Mangetsu Man - which translates as Mr Full Moon - is armed with a broom and dustpan and has been patrolling the streets of Tokyo since last year in his tireless search for rubbish.
But his mission is much more ambitious than picking up