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Avoid potential new fines – Steer clear of pavements

Parking on the pavement; a polarizing topic. Whether you prefer to mount the cub or not, you may soon need…

Crossrail’s hard hitting safety campaigns

February 2016 saw the launch of a new project for Crossrail. A project looking at sharing safety lessons learned over…

Spike in fines to encourage tighter safety procedures

In the last year, fines for companies breaching health and safety laws have risen. As a result there has been…

Recovering from injury – A community effort

An injured driver recently found assistance in his recovery thanks to his local community and family. The story is an…

Wreckage from fatal car accident to be used in safety campaign

A major road safety campaign has kicked off in Southampton. Members of the emergency services are displaying vehicle wreckage from…

Insurers punish customers in wake of discount rate decision

In March, the personal injury discount rate was altered from 2.5% to -0.75%. You might think that this doesn’t mean…

Does technology bring more danger?

Technology lets us do amazing things. It creates an easier lifestyle and helps us complete tasks. It can also however…

Are cyclists being denied justice?

Cyclists currently have very little police protection. That is what a group of MPs are currently saying after studying statistics.…

Nurse shows helmets can make a difference

Wearing a helmet does not grant immunity from injury. Wearing one won’t guarantee protection. It does however give you a…

Going away for Easter? Check your tyres are healthy

Travelling the UK’s motorways is commonplace for many during the Easter break. A 4 day holiday offering thousands the opportunity…

Six weeks to protect claimants

The Ministry of Justice will hold a consultation over their decision to alter the personal injury discount rate. Insurers and solicitors…

Social responsibility crackdown sees drivers stopped

Within 2 weeks of new legislation regarding mobile phone usage, many authorities find themselves engaged in projects to enforce the…

Stay informed on “Brain Awareness Week”

This week we celebrate Brain Awareness Week; a time dedicated to the advancement of brain research. Here at Scott Rees…

Welcome to Lent – What are you giving up?

Lent is a season many people like to participate in. Regardless of your religious orientation, it can be beneficial. Going…

Not another flipping safety message

Shrove Tuesday, Pancake Day, it has many names but is always the day kids love and the one where parents…

Soft tissue injury victims to be severely hampered by new reforms

Motorists who suffer soft tissue injuries in road traffic accidents will be hit by new government reform that will severely hamper…

Arriva warns youths against dangerous “bus surfing”

Arriva bus has warned potential joyriders of the risks attached to hitching a ride on the back buses and lorries.…

End the “Deny, delay, defend” culture NHS bosses!

It is not a new problem. Go back to 2013 and you will find reports published stating the NHS is…

New stem cell testing positive – but how long to implement?

Stem cell research is a vital tool for researching and medical care for a number of years. These cells have the…

New legislation against laser pointers at vehicles

Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, has announced legislation to punish people who shine laser pointers into cockpits, train cabs and cars.…

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