The following websites provide links for safety alerts, safety bulletins, etc:
Health and Safety Executive (HSE) LINK
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is a UK government agency responsible for the encouragement, regulation and enforcement of workplace health, safety and welfare, and for research into occupational risks in Great Britain.
Safety alerts: LINK
Highways England - Principal Designers Working Group (PDWG): LINK
Starting in April 2016, the Principal Designer Working Group has now become an established authoritative body on ‘all things CDM’. The group has representatives from most major consultancies and contractors working for Highways England on major projects, the operational community and from different interest groups within Highways England. Its current focus is supporting Highways England in the review of existing documentation.
Highways England Health & Safety Alerts: LINK
Highways England: Safety alerts highlighting incidents that could have serious consequences to Highways England's staff and supply chain: LINK
Network Rail - Safety Central: LINK
Building and Civils Working Group: LINK
The Safe by Design (SbD) Buildings and Civils Working Group involves Network Rail working collaboratively with designers and contractors to embed safety into construction and infrastructure operation through improvements at the design stage.
Safety Bulletins: LINK
Copies of safety bulletins regularly sent out to staff working on the Network Rail infrastructure. These cover a range of different safety issues, and are often issued in response to a specific incident.
Structural-Safety - SCOSS and CROSS: LINK
Structural-Safety works with the industry on safety matters concerned with the design, construction and use of structures. It has two entities; SCOSS (a committee established to maintain a continuing review of building and civil engineering matters affecting the safety of structures) and CROSS (a confidential safety reporting scheme established to capture and share lessons learned which might not otherwise have had formal recognition).
Search database: LINK