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Health, Safety, Environment and Fire sources for those seeking validated, authoritative and constantly updated information.
Commemorates the thousands of people who have been killed, disabled, seriously injured or made ill through their work in the UK.
News, articles, events and links for the Health, Safety, Environment and Fire community worldwide.
FIG UK is an information exchange co-operative in the fire and loss prevention field. FIG UK membership comprises information professionals, librarians, researchers, firefighters, fire and rescue services, forensic and fire investigators, fire information publishers and others.
Provides a consultation forum for fire and rescue statistics and promote the free exchange of views and information. It aims to promote the use of fire and rescue statistics to inform policy and practice.
Aims to bring together, on one site, the major suppliers and their products. You can add your Safety, Health or Environment related company or organisation to the website free of charge.
An invaluable resource for students, lecturers, trainers, health and safety professionals and others with a general interest in industrial history, the site sets out developments from the 1802 Factory Act all the way to the present day.
Todwick is an ancient village in South Yorkshire in the United Kingdom.
On this website you will find the latest news and events.
Todwick Historical Society was formed to bring together like-minded members of the village and surrounding area who wanted to discuss the history of the village and share documents and images of times past.
Small-sized, soft-backed books by author Sheila Pantry contain delightful stories set in a garden with lots of trees and where Buttercup the Den Fairy lives in a yellow conifer tree.
A showcase of photos for family, friends and anyone else who is interested. It is also used to further develop website design and programming skills.
The Bridlington Buttercups were a modernised Pierrot Troupe based on those which disappeared just before the Second World War.
OpenStreetMap is a project that creates and distributes free geographic data for the world.