Tests have shown water at a school where several current and former teachers have been diagnosed with cancer is safe to drink, the Education Secretary has insisted.
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The operator of a care home has been fined £270,000 following the death of a resident who ate chlorine tablets he believed to be mints.
An Aberdeen university group is aiming to reduce deaths in the farming sector – by looking at the airline industry.
New figures have revealed more than 100 health and safety incidents have been reported at Aberdeen City Council in a three-month period.
A north-east farmer has been injured after a bull weighing about a tonne reared up and landed on him.
The number of incidents involving Aberdeen council staff being physically assaulted has dropped by 29%, new figures show.
Union members have accused Aberdeen City Council of withholding information over asbestos in city schools.
Shell has been fined £60,000 after a technician was severely injured by a gas cylinder on a North Sea platform.
An Aberdeen site manager has been named national winner in a health and safety awards ceremony.
Health and safety incidents at Aberdeen City Council have increased by almost 50% over the past year, compared to 2016-17.
New standards in offshore health and safety need to be reached 30 years on from the Piper Alpha disaster, Scotland’s Energy Minister has said.
The NHS has paid out almost £200,000 in compensation to North-east staff members injured at work over the last four years.
A man who helped transform health and safety in the oil industry after the Piper Alpha tragedy has died at the age of 79.
An investigation has been launched after an AWPR digger got stuck while attempting to drive through a deep pool of water.
A bid to increase the size of a planned boutique hotel at a North-east Jack Nicklaus golf complex has been rejected.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has handed Perenco an improvement notice following the death of a rig worker off the coast of Norfolk.
The majority of offshore workers believe health-and-safety standards have dropped in the last six months, according to a survey.
A Heinz advert teaching viewers how to use tin cans to drum out a song has been banned for encouraging behaviour that risks health and safety.