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07 February 2018

Effective Software has compiled a checklist of emerging trends that all Health and Safety professionals should watch out for in 2018.

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07 February 2018

ZOLL Medical Corporation, an Asahi Kasei Group Company that manufactures medical devices and related software solutions, has announced that the company’s ZOLL AED 3 and the ZOLL AED 3 BLS (basic life support) automated external defibrillators now feature RapidShock Analysis technology, which decreases heart analysis time and pauses in chest compressions.

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06 February 2018

Scaffolders and other construction sectors working at height can now benefit from an exclusive new scheme offered by insurance specialist BBi Berns Brett.

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05 February 2018

The dBadge2 I.S. is the next generation in personal noise dosimeters. The class leading performance, low weight and user-friendly interface means you can measure personal noise exposure in any location.

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05 February 2018

Wasps Rugby Club, based at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, West Midlands, approached Evac+Chair seeking to update their current  emergency evacuation equipment.

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02 February 2018

Health & safety is at the heart of all of Rotowash’s processes. In recognition of this commitment, the floor cleaning technology specialist has been awarded accreditation from Alcumus SafeContractor for achieving excellence in health and safety in the workplace.

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02 February 2018

Hughes Safety Showers provides its top three reasons to regularly service emergency safety showers and eye wash units.

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30 January 2018

Welfare 4 Hire Limited, the specialist site welfare rental company, has taken delivery of their one hundredth mobile welfare unit from AJC Trailers Limited.

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31 January 2018

Contact Attachments has unveiled the latest addition to its range of Crane Slung Emergency Rescue cages.

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31 January 2018

Bull Products has secured its first major European contract with British–Dutch multinational oil and gas company Shell.

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02 February 2018

New Software as a Service (SaaS) fleet management platform ODO was officially launched on 18th January at a glittering event in Searcys at the top of the Gherkin.

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24 January 2018

Noise monitoring specialists Cirrus Research have some great offers ready to unveil at this year's Health & Safety Event at the Birmingham NEC, 10-12 April.

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23 January 2018

A diamond blade has been produced that is up to 16 times quieter than competitors.

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22 January 2018

Glanbia Performance Nutrition has adopted an innovative approach borrowed from the world of professional sports to help prevent musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs).

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22 January 2018

Sonae Arauco has decided to collaborate with DuPont Sustainable Solutions (DSS) to accelerate progress towards becoming a world leader in safety performance.

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19 January 2018

Exposure to environmental hazards has always been difficult to monitor in the workplace, but the ProtectoScan EDI is about to change things.

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22 January 2018

Signs For Safety, a manufacturer of safety signage in the UK, has launched a new concept in emergency first aid chart design.

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22 January 2018

Advanced has added an Android app to its Lux Intelligent emergency lighting testing system. This is in addition to the existing iOS and desktop versions.

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22 January 2018

ZOLL Medical Corporation’s ZOLL AED 3 and the ZOLL AED BLS (basic life support) automated external defibrillators now feature RapidShock Analysis technology, which decreases heart analysis time and pauses in chest compressions.

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19 January 2018

SoloProtect is announcing several new developments within its product range for 2018, starting with the addition of SoloProtect Go.

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FEATURES

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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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17 April 2017

HGV driver safety is multi-faceted, focusing on issues as diverse as load stability and driver concentration. Technology can help but there is the danger of over-reliance, while the focus must also be on people and work culture. 

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13 April 2017

Billy Gundry, manager at MRS Training & Rescue examines the hazards of confined spaces for rail workers.

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08 March 2017

Hearing Protection remains one of the most challenging issues for health and safety managers today. With no obvious sign of injury until irreversible damage is done, protecting workers requires a multi-level approach. Chris Shaw looks at some of the key issues facing safety managers.

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07 March 2017

Trading Standards has launched a National Project investigating leather gloves sold as personal protective equipment, looking for the banned substances Chromium VI and Azo Dyes.

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01 March 2017

All employers have a Duty of Care to keep their staff properly trained and comfortable at work. But when it comes to lone working there’s still many grey areas, says LoneALERT sales & marketing manager, Mathew Colley.

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01 March 2017

Simon Field, a technical specialist at science-based technology company 3M, offers some sound advice for protecting workers against hazardous noises.

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24 November 2016

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 Julian Dowson, director of Peritus Health Management.

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06 February 2017

When the HSE recently published its annual statistics there was little surprise that construction remained an industry with a "statistically significantly higher" than average workplace injury rate. With around 6% of the nation's workforce but almost one third of work related fatalities, enforcement in the sector remains a key HSE priority. But, asks Rhian Greaves, Clyde & Co's SHE regulatory head of compliance & strategic support, how is this working in practice and what are the effects on a po

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SPONSORED CONTENT

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10 November 2017

Part of the Pulsar Nova range of high-performance Decibel Meters (also known as Sound Level Meters) that successfully combine advanced technology noise measurement with ease of use and durability.

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07 July 2016

The suction pad holder/receiver is designed for use with the Skipper XS unit (although it can be used as a standard tape receiver).

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25 November 2016

IPAF accredited working at height training

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23 September 2015

Measure area heat and humidity or personal heart rate and core body temperature

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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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21 October 2013

Our publications have sold thousands of copies and they currently being used at various levels including as a key training material for large organisations. Written by leading professionals in the field titles include, Risk-led Safety, Evidence-driven Management, Affective Safety Management (ASM) Handbook and Driving Safely Handbook.

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23 January 2013

In light of a number of recent prosecutions for serious breaches of health and safety legislation the NQA explains how developing relevant processes and procedures can help to create a safer working environment It is

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17 September 2015

Choice of maximum flow rate and functionality with three model variants

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25 August 2016

11.96m Scissor Lift

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25 November 2016

IOSH Safety Training

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08 March 2013

• Improve workflow • Identify spare capacity • Track waiting parts • Allocate work to technicians

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07 July 2016

The Skipper magnetic receiver clips allow the tape end to attach direct without the need for another Skipper unit.

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01 April 2016

The Micro iFlex Barrier protects from light duty, low level impacts from hand powered machinery.

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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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07 June 2016

There are approximately 40,000 new diagnoses of work-related skin disease per year and statistics show that skin cancer is a developing issue; of the 2055 cases reported of work-related skin disease, 73% were dermatitis and 19% were skin cancer.

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