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07 June 2018

THE SAFETY of employees at work presents employers with a number of challenges, not least of which is locating an injured person and getting a coordinated response in a timely manner without unduly impacting on the rest of the organizations activities.

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05 June 2018

Reach and Rescue will be exhibiting what is said to be the world's longest and most versatile rescue and surveillance system at the Safety & Health Expo.

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02 June 2018

Noise monitoring specialists Cirrus Research sponsored this year's national Noise Action Week running from May 21-26.

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02 June 2018

(SGS), the inspection, verification, testing and certification company, will make its first appearance at the Safety & Health Expo, to engage with visitors on the typical pitfalls of the new ISO 45001 standard, and how to overcome them.

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01 June 2018

Stephen Hodgkinson-Soto has been with STANLEY Security since 2015, with his previous role as an Installation Manager in the USA. After moving back to the UK, where he was born and lived for his first 15 years, he joined STANLEY Security GB in 2017 as its new Service Director.

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31 May 2018

Ahead of the UK’s Clean Air Day on 21st June 2018, Casella has announced a tender win for what is described as the largest online monitoring system for city roadside dust in the world, located in Shanghai, China.


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01 June 2018

Specsavers Corporate Eyecare has updated its website, increasing its use as an eye care tool for employers.

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31 May 2018

SafeStart, the advanced safety awareness programme, will exhibit at Safety & Health Expo. Larry Wilson, CEO of SafeStart and creator of the programme will also be in attendance.

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17 May 2018

British engineering company Semmco is showcasing its life protection systems at this year’s Utility Week Live exhibition, including the brand new HEAD30 escape set, on stand C30.

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09 May 2018

Pulsar Instruments is holding its 30th One Day Noise Awareness Training Course on 13 June 2018 at the National Space Centre, Leicester.

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08 May 2018

Following a rigorous two day assessment, TC Facilities Management (TCFM) has successfully completed their Achilles annual audit for the third consecutive year.

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08 May 2018

Noise and vibration specialist Svantek has launched the SV 307 integrated Noise Monitoring Terminal (NMT) designed for permanent noise monitoring applications.

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03 May 2018

Eland Cables, the global supplier of power, data, control and instrumentation cables and cable accessories, has been awarded BSI’s Cable Batch Verification Kitemark.

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08 May 2018

Over the last two years, 5.5 million working days have been lost due to non-fatal workplace injuries. Even though construction site safety has improved over the years, it clearly remains a critical challenge for the industry according to Bull Products.

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03 May 2018

Evac+Chair International surveyed visitors at this year’s Health & Safety Event at the NEC with surprising results. Of the visitors questioned, 55% do not include terrorism within their emergency evacuation plans.

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26 April 2018

Trojan Battery Co the manufacturer of deep-cycle batteries, has named Rovel Trading as a master distributor of Trojan batteries in Azerbaijan.

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03 May 2018

New from Castle Group are the SONIK-S and SONIK-SE Class 1 and Class 2 Sound Level Meters.

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28 March 2018

Firstly - don't be afraid of this new standard – even though it is completely new, it builds on established foundations of BS OHSAS 18001. The structure of this new standard will be familiar to those of you who use the 2015 revision to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 – Annex SL. If you have certification to OHSAS 18001 you will need to migrate to ISO 45001 to maintain the validity of certification.

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22 March 2018

Power Plus are a global leader in the production and supply of Safety Induction Videos and its Management Software. 

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22 March 2018

By law hearing protection is required in any workplace environment where the average noise exposure is over 85dB (A).

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FEATURES

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22 May 2018

There are a number of ways in which technology can help your organisation's safety culture. Ian Cohen, product marketing manager at Cority, explains how

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22 May 2018

Mobile apps have a major place in today’s consumer world. We can do everything from booking the cinema to ordering a food shop at the click of a button. Matthew Elson, CEO, SHE Software, looks at how this functionality is coming to health and safety and the major impact that it can make to a modern day workforce

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25 April 2018

Professor George Bearfield, director of system safety and health at the Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB), looks for the lessons to be learned in the aftermath of the Croydon tram tragedy  

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26 March 2018

Employees who regularly work outdoors will usually face additional risks compared to those who work indoors, whether from uneven ground and physical hazards or from adverse weather conditions. As employers, it is possible to put a variety of measures in place to reduce the risk of accidents – but it is impossible to prevent them entirely.

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13 March 2018

HSM takes a look at how new technologies combined with risk assessment and training are helping to keep fleets and drivers safe

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26 March 2018

Technology is always evolving and developing as we discover new and more efficient ways to complete day-to-day tasks. This applies to both our private lives and increasingly our working lives. Billy O’Brien, director of customer success at Effective Software, looks at three key software trends for those working in the health and safety sector to watch for in the near future

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09 March 2018

Ten years ago, when the Apple App Store made its debut, the digital world changed forever. Now, with approximately 197 billion mobile app downloads in 2017, and predictions that this number could increase to 352 billion by 2021, Jim Struthers, global sales manager at Casella, asks: how can the health and safety industry truly benefit from the digital age 

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09 March 2018

The past decade has seen some real changes in lone working practices across the UK, in the number of lone workers, the variety of jobs they undertake and in the training and technology available to protect them. As the Lone Worker Theatre launches at this year's Health & Safety Event, Nicole Vazquez, the organiser of its education programme, explores some of the trends and developments in this field

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22 January 2018

Publication of ISO 45001 is imminent but is your business ready? Terry Fisher from NQA provides an overview of the standard and its requirements

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15 January 2018

There are plenty of apps that, when used with the appropriate microphone, can be an effective and accurate way to take noise measurements at work. However, a significant proportion of users could be at risk of using inappropriate equipment to take what could be business critical measurements, argues James Tingay at Cirrus Research

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16 November 2017

As the country faces increasing threats of terrorism and rising crime rates, more companies are looking at ways to keep their workers safe. LONEALERT’s sales and marketing manager, Mathew Colley discusses.

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16 November 2017

It is estimated that 8million people in the UK are lone workers. According to the HSE, this number is on the rise each year, yet it’s an area of employee training that can often be overlooked. With working conditions for individuals changing so quickly, Julian Roberts, CEO for EssentialSkillz, a leading eLearning and compliance specialist, says it’s important that training and risk assessments keep pace.

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01 November 2017

Being a proficient, professional LGV driver is about more than the skills learned to handle the vehicle safely and efficiently on the road. It is also about being an ambassador for the company and the brand. According to RTITB, the largest Driver CPC Consortium in the UK and Ireland, more businesses, particularly well-known brands in the logistics and retail sector, are seeing the benefits of training their LGV drivers in professional conduct.

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01 November 2017

Employers have a number of responsibilities for staff who drive for business. Chris Shaw speaks to David Richards, head of marketing at DriveTech, to discuss what these responsibilities are and the implications of ignoring them.

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31 October 2017

Bill Dawe of RS Components looks at the new regulations concerning hearing protection and how leading suppliers are helping to confine it to the past thanks to new products and support programmes.

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30 October 2017

Casella, a new member of the Federation, reduces occupational health and environmental risks through a core competence in dust, noise and vibration monitoring instrumentation.

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14 September 2017

One in five people will live with sight loss in their lifetime, despite at least half of all cases being avoidable, warns a new report published by charity Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) and high street optician Specsavers.

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26 July 2017

Each issue HSM speaks to a member of the BOHS about the challenges and rewards of working as an occupational hygienist. This issue we talk to Justina Sebag-Montefiore, senior occupational hygienist at Babcock International Group.

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24 July 2017

When people think about what needs to be considered in terms of health and safety, a number of standard risks will spring to mind. Buildings and electrics need to be fit for purpose, avoidable hazards from poorly fitted furniture to items lying around precariously on the floor are considered and dealt with. Often, observes Gemma Twitchen, senior audiology specialist at Action on Hearing Loss, health and safety is seen by many as the avoidance of visible physical harm.

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30 May 2017

It’s important that industries move with the times as technology evolves and consumer needs change. Mathew Colley, sales and marketing manager at LoneAlert, says the lone worker industry is doing just that.

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SPONSORED CONTENT

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10 November 2017

The Pulsar Quantifier range of integrating averaging Sound Level Meters is the practical option if you require a no-nonsense, simple to use solution for industrial noise measurements.

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29 January 2014

Emergency evacuation equipment specialist, Evacusafe has announced that its Excel Evacuation Chair has sailed through stringent re-certification tests and is now officially certified and rated with an increased load capacity of 182Kg (400lbs).

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11 July 2016

Understand your risk better by trusting Cardinus to carry out your insurance risk surveys with our nationwide team of surveyors.

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25 August 2016

14.2m Van Mounted Boom Lift

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10 November 2017

Ideal measurement tool for capturing the real noise exposure levels of workers

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01 April 2016

Traffic+ iFlex Barrier is an extremely strong product for high intensity traffic impact areas

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16 January 2018

Touchpoint Plus is an easily configurable, wall mounted control system that supports up to sixteen channels of gas detection. Its intuitive user interface and modular approach enables you to take control and configure what you need for a wide range of applications.

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01 October 2013

Our Tracked Evacuation Chairs are popular across the Globe and can be found in multi-level buildings where evacuation via staircases may be essential in an emergency, such as a fire, or when a lift is out-of-order. Mobility impaired persons often require assistance in these situations and our evacuation chairs are ideal as they have a specially designed tracked system which enables them to glide down stairways with ease.

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16 January 2018

MultiRAE Lite One-to-Six Gas Personal Protection/ Confined Space Monitor

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10 November 2017

Perfect meter where a quick assessment of noise levels is required

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16 January 2018

A personal air sampling pump is a bodily worn pump used to sample for airborne contaminants that can be damaging to health.

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25 November 2016

New Roads & Street Works (NRSWA) training

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11 July 2016

We offer flexible health and safety consultancy from a team of highly qualified and experienced safety professionals to help your organisation manage health and safety more effectively.

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24 February 2014

The CardiAid Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is a life-saving, portable device, specifically designed for public access use, providing essential electroshock treatment, known as defibrillation, to help restore normal heart rhythm to a patient suffering a heart attack or sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) within the critical first minutes.

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10 November 2017

Ideal for lone workers, shift workers or those operating in many locations

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