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If you are a journalist, a blogger, an online commentator or just wish to write about us, you should be able to find here contacts, press resources and see how we are perceived in the media.


Press contact details

Stephen Cooke

Email: [email protected]


Latest news

Deputy Editor
Tom Tevlin
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News and features
Belinda Liversedge
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Journalist (in India)
Orchie Bandyopadhyay
Email: [email protected] 

We welcome ideas for articles from potential authors. Please send a synopsis and contact details to:

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For enquiries regarding advertising, please contact Member Trade:

Jas Singh
T 0116 3265533
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Nigel Stephens
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Safety Management media pack 2023 (2).pdf

View our recent press coverage

Safety experts to meet Government to discuss fire regulations post-Grenfell Tower

Health and Safety at Work on the parliamentary debate on deregulation

Fire Risk Management on the implication of the meeting for fire regulations

Arya Sasol Polymer company receives British Safety Council’s 5-Star certification, Tehran Times reports

Read the article from Tehran Times

At its 60th anniversary gala film night, the British Safety Council showcased the winning films of its short film competition

This is how Health and Safety at Work saw the event.

Professional Security reports on how young filmmakers perceived risk.

Celebrating our 60th anniversary in 2017 with variety of initiatives

Louise Ward tells the Royal Institute of British Architects Journal about our contribution to raising H&S standards and plans for 2017.

Health and Safety Matters on how the British Safety Council celebrates 60 years of saving lives.

Paying tribute to our charismatic founder James Tye

'Ahead of his time – the superhero of safety' – in SHP magazine.

'James Tye: a driving force still providing direction' - Health & Safety at Work reports.

A launch of our digital archive documenting 60 years of our campaigning history

'A treasure trove of social and political history is made public' - in Marginalia, the future of work magazine.

'Campaigning history made public in digital archive' - in SHP magazine.

Mates in Mind mental health charity launched in partnership with the Health in Construction Leadership Group

IOSH magazine reports on the plans to reduce mental illness toll.

Mates in Mind plans to target 100,000 workers in its first year says Construction Manager.

Mind construction gap warns Health & Safety at Work.

The British Safety Council contributions to the industry’s debates

Louise Ward on supporting wellbeing in the gig economy in Employee Benefits.

Mike Robinson on how to manage ageing workforce in City AM.

Commenting on 'Improving Lives' government green paper in Politics Home.