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Chemishield 15h
Prevention is the best solution when dealing with , especially in the face of hazardous
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Penny Smallshire Jun 22
Anyone have any advice on who else I can report this to? This is the entrance to my flat. Reported to building control at the council, as well as HSE. Estate agent are doing big fat zero. My fiancé walks with a walking stick.
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RoSPA Workplace Jun 20
It's been a fantastic couple of days at . If you haven't already, make sure to visit us at stand SH3220 where our experts are on hand to discuss your health and safety needs.
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PPE 16h
Don't forget that some chemicals may leak or break through protective gloves making them unsuitable for use. Always seek advice from manufacturers of chemicals and gloves to ensure the right type of glove is provided.
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PPE 14h
Managers: Do you ensure that all staff are offered and receive instruction and education on the use of PPE? Do you undertake risk assessments to ensure the correct type of is available to staff and monitor the availability of the PPE?
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Mark Burton 32m
“Company fined after worker fatally struck by lorry”
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Protecht 2h
We're all set up and stoked for the here in Perth! Come by for a chat with Alf and Adel about all things safety and how Protecht.ERM helps users do health and safety differently.
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Learning CNC at West Suffolk College 21h
keeping the metal working fluid clean by removal of surface oil minimizes anaerobic bacteria growth thanks
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BSIF Jun 21
Respiratory protective equipment can't protect the wearer if it leaks - tight-fitting facepieces need to fit the wearer’s face to be effective. RPE must be able to provide adequate protection for individual wearers. That's why fit testing is a must.
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Davis Construction 14h
Health and Safety advisor Laura recently conducted face fit tests for our subcontractors to make sure that the masks in use are producing an effective seal and fully protecting the wearer. Safety is an instinct.
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BSIF 20h
By using a registered safety supplier you can be sure you will only be supplied with genuine, appropriately approved product. Find a trusted registered safety supplier:
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Veritas Consulting Jun 20
Often workers will take shortcuts, or ignore explicit instructions, placing themselves and their colleagues at risk of injury. But just because people ignore risk assessments, does not mean you can choose not to carry them out
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Lorraine Finch 17h
I’m writing a blog about handling . I’m suddenly very aware of all the issues posed. Ranging from mercury in daguerreotypes, not wearing contact lenses when working with acetate and nitrate, dermatitis. I could go on ...
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Peninsula NI 20h
Business owners & directors, Join us at our next event (26th June) where you’ll have the opportunity to gain valuable insights into the biggest issues affecting your business today. 📢 📞 Book now by calling 028 9031 4222 or email events@peninsula-ni.com
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Woodward SHE Ltd 22h
University of South Wales sorry over course errors (article by ) --->
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Woodward SHE Ltd 23h
Historic (via ) Three loggers in 1918 working in Oregon, USA
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Veritas Consulting 18h
✅ When it comes to Risk Assessments make sure your assessment’s realistic. ✅ In other words, as well as identifying possible risks think about how likely they are to happen and what the consequences would be if they did
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Vault IQ 7h
It only takes a moment to connect with your team. Discover more at:
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Embroidery Workshop 24h
Hi Vis workwear. Do you need it? - Be Seen!
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Paul 11h
Lone workers, by their very nature, are at greater risk than office-based workers and need additional support. As many as 150 lone workers are either physically or verbally attacked EVERY day (Source: British Crime Survey)
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