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  • Protect your staff & workers from asbestos risk

    Did you know that every week, due to asbestos, approximately 3 plumbers, tradesmen, 6 electricians and 6 joiners die.Asbestos was banned from construction projects after 2000. However, it can be found in the majority of buildings that ...
  • Changes to first aid at work training

    First Aid at Work training regulations are changing, making it easier for your staff to keep their First Aid skills and knowledge up-to-date. From 1st October 2009, First Aid at Work certificates and refresher courses can be attended over a flexible time-...
  • Avoid accidents this Christmas

    "Tis the season to be..." careful! Accidents in the home are more likely to happen when there's a gathering of people all eating, drinking and making merry. Add to the mix a hot oven, crowded kitchen and floor cluttered with gifts and you can se...
  • Bonfire night - Safety with fireworks

    The law governing the manufacturing (or importing), storage, use and discharge of fireworks has been tightened. Don’t buy fireworks from the back of a van or from any other illegal outlet. They may not comply with safety requirements, may not have be...
  • Smoking at work

    New smoking laws come into effect on 1st July 2007 and companies who don't comply will face fines of up to £2,500. Under the 2006 Health Act, all enclosed public places and workplaces will become smoke-free. This includes company cars, company vans, pool...
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