Health and Safety
A US military blimp, which was part of a $2.8bn defense program [sic], wreaked havoc on the countryside and cut power to thousands after breaking free from its mooring at a US army base in Maryland last week.
FUSO has successfully completed testing of its new battery-powered and locally emission-free Canter E-Cell truck at the Daimler Trucks Centre of Competence for Hybrid Technology.
New research by the World Health Organisation (WHO) has established a link between the consumption of processed meats and colorectal cancer.
Sweden’s Henning Rodhe has received the Volvo Environment Prize 2015 for his contributions to the understanding of the world’s atmosphere.
Mitsubishi Electric has created a directional-indicator system for cars that illuminates road surfaces at night to inform pedestrians and other drivers of a vehicle’s intended path.
The first ever all-electric double decker iconic London Red Bus has been unveiled to the public by Chinese company BYD.
The chair of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has heralded a pioneering initiative, which has seen the ceramics industry reduce the number of injuries by 75% in 15 years.
Organisations certainly aren’t stuck for choice when searching for office furnishings. However, regardless of the type, one issue that firms tend to focus on is quality. Here’s why.
Japanese automaker Toyota has been questioned regarding the popularity of its vehicles with the extremist group ISIS.
Over the last week several large automotive companies have made public statements that they would hold themselves liable for the accidents caused by their self-driving cars.