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Doors in a race must operate from the working side so you don’t have to reach across to close the gate. Our practical guide “What a good farm looks like” is available to help you .
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HSE Apr 17
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HSE Apr 17
Speaking after Priory fined following the death of Amy El-Keria, HSE inspector Michelle Canning said: "“This is a heart-breaking case. Our detailed investigation uncovered a number of failures. Our thoughts remain with Amy’s family.”
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HSE Apr 17
A healthcare provider has today been fined £300,000 for its failings following the death of 14-year-old patient Amy El-Keria.
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HSE Apr 17
When working on the farm, select and use well designed handling facilities in the yard, buildings and field and keep them maintained. Our practical guide “What a good farm looks like” is available to help you .
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Office for Product Safety and Standards Apr 16
Easter is a popular time for taking on some big tasks in the garden but make sure safety is your first priority, particularly if you’re planning to use a chainsaw. There's plenty of good safety advice on the HSE website:
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Go Home Healthy Apr 16
Did you know there were 595,000 cases of work-related stress in 2017/18? Watch this short clip to find out more on the work factors which can lead to work-related stress 👉
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HSE Apr 16
To manage the risks well on your farm you should never enter an enclosure with a loose bull or when an unrestrained cow is with a calf. Our practical guide “What a good farm looks like” is available to help you
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HSE Apr 16
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HSE Apr 15
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Office for Product Safety and Standards Apr 15
Easter is coming and many people will be looking forward to tackling some big jobs in the garden. Make sure safety is your first priority, particularly if you’re planning to use a chainsaw. There's plenty of good safety advice on the HSE website:
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HSE Apr 15
After handling livestock you must wash with soap and water and dry hands before eating, drinking or smoking. Our helpful guide “What a good farm looks like” is available to help you
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Go Home Healthy Apr 15
There were 20,000 new cases of breathing or lung problems caused or made worse by work last year. To find out how to protect your workers visit 👉 and check out our Youtube playlist for informative videos 👉
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HSE Apr 14
Do you work on a small farm? Some work with cattle will need two people, always assess the need for help before beginning the task. Our helpful guidance can help you
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HSE Apr 13
A race and a crush suitable for the cattle to be handled are essential. Our useful guide will help you when working with livestock on a farm.
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Go Home Healthy Apr 12
The Harris Trolley is a piece of equipment which has reduced nurses’ risk of developing musculoskeletal symptoms and has resulted in a reduction in staff absence at Lincolnshire Community Health Service. Find out more 👉
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HSE Apr 12
Never underestimate the risk from cattle, even with good precautions in place. Our useful guide tells you what you need to know to when working with cattle on the farm.
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Go Home Healthy Apr 11
The has launched a five year plan to help prevent people from developing lung disease, and ’s focus has been on workplaces. Read the plan here 👉 and watch this short video 👉
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HSE Apr 11
Send visitors home clean by providing facilities that allow people to wash off mud and debris: clean hands; clean shoes; clean pushchairs. For more information, read the Industry Code of Practice on the Visit My Farm website
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