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Welsh opposition to FSA changes grows

Food Safety

Welsh opposition to FSA changes grows

Stuart Spear23/11/2016 - 15:42

CIEH Wales has added its voice to growing calls for an independent Welsh food agency based on the Scottish model.

Deadline set for Defra air quality plan

Environmental Protection

Deadline set for Defra air quality plan

Stuart Spear23/11/2016 - 15:05

High Court rules UK government has until July to produce satisfactory air quality plan that brings pollution levels within legal limits.

Scottish shellfish operation now a criminal investigation

Food Safety

Scottish shellfish operation now a criminal investigation

Katie Coyne23/11/2016 - 16:09

A criminal investigation is now underway into alleged shellfish illegal practices following a multi-agency operation.

Call for increased vigilance following Salmonella salad link

Food Safety

Call for increased vigilance following Salmonella salad link

Stuart Spear23/11/2016 - 15:29

CIEH calls for caution following new evidence that bagged salad leaves pose a potential salmonella threat.

CIEH tells Defra fund councils or remove statutory duty

Environmental Protection

CIEH tells Defra fund councils or remove statutory duty

Stuart Spear23/11/2016 - 15:51

The CIEH has written to Defra demanding it either funds local authorities to remediate contaminated land or repeals their duty to do so.

Members at heart of charity say new CIEH directors

Regulation

Members at heart of charity say new CIEH directors

Stuart Spear23/11/2016 - 15:15

The appointment of two new directors at the CIEH has heralded an organisational shake up with a doubling of staff responsible for membership services.

Courts tougher on health and safety breaches

Health and Safety

Courts tougher on health and safety breaches

Katie Coyne23/11/2016 - 15:58

More prison sentences are being handed out for health and safety offences, prosecutions are up, and fines have doubled.

Somerset power cleaning firm pays out £74K

Health and Safety

Somerset power cleaning firm pays out £74K

Katie Coyne23/11/2016 - 16:19

A North Somerset company has been fined £60,000 for health and safety breaches following the significant injury of one of its storemen.

MPs slate government over air quality ruling

Environmental Protection

MPs slate government over air quality ruling

Stuart Spear09/11/2016 - 14:47

MPs across the political spectrum are calling for urgent action to tackle poor air quality following last week’s High Court ruling that the government is failing to tackle illegal air pollution levels.

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