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24 March 2017
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Tips to help avoid Health and Safety Fines

24 March 2017, Comments 0

Recent news articles have highlighted the Health and safety failings by a number of different companies over the past couple of months. Companies are […]

17 March 2017
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Safety measures for staff working in Betting Shops

17 March 2017, Comments 0

Betting firms have been successfully operating in the UK for over 50 years, this industry employs over 40,000 people and serve around 8 million […]

27 February 2017
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The new Nokia 3310, a quick journey back in time…

27 February 2017, Comments 0

This weekend the Nokia 3310 was resurrected at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. This legendary phone once used to be the most iconic […]

24 February 2017
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How to protect your vulnerable Lone workers?

24 February 2017, Comments 0

The simple definition of a Lone worker is someone who works by themselves without close or direct supervision. This could range from someone that […]

16 February 2017
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Use this 3 step rule to reduce injuries caused by falls from height

16 February 2017, Comments 0

Falls from height is one of the major causes of personal injury at a workplace. According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), over […]

27 January 2017
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4 benefits of wearable technology

27 January 2017, Comments 0

The internet has accelerated the advancements in wearable technology in the last few years and nowadays we see them everywhere in the form of […]

18 January 2017
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3 simple tips to ensure the safety of new employees

18 January 2017, Comments 0

A recent report by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) suggests that employees that have been in a role for less than 6 months […]

22 December 2016
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Safety Advice for Lone Construction Workers

22 December 2016, Comments 0

It was recently reported in the news that a Scottish building company were fined £30,000 for breaches of the Health & Safety Act that […]

19 October 2016
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Safeguarding Your Smartphone

19 October 2016, Comments 0

Whether you use your smartphone for basic calls and texts or are an avid on-the-go app user, it’s important that you take necessary steps […]

7 September 2016
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Is Under-Reporting Hiding the True Number of Assaults Against Housing Staff?

7 September 2016, Comments 0

Online magazine ‘Inside Housing’ surveyed housing associations across Britain to ask how many physical and verbal attacks had been recordedbetween the beginning of 2015 and early […]