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18 October 2017

If you are an employee or a manager in an industrial or construction company, you have probably already experienced that noise can be a big issue. SoundEar’s professional and dependable noise monitoring solutions allow you to regain control over noise related issues.

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18 October 2017

Arco is one of the first companies to offer its customers a Declaration of Conformity document on all own brand PPE products ahead of the 2018 deadline.

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18 October 2017

StaySafe is now integrated with the Garmin inReach satellite device to offer businesses a reliable way to safeguard staff who work in the world's most remote areas. 

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18 October 2017

SoloProtect is partnering with student accommodation provider Unite Students to promote safer nights out during this years’ Fresher’s Week.

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03 October 2017

The industry-leading doseBadge5 noise dosimeter is now available with octave bands filters allowing for effective and accurate selection that enhances employee hearing protection.

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03 October 2017

If you are an employee or a manager in an industrial or construction company, you have probably already experienced that noise can be a big issue.

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16 October 2017

Noise monitoring specialist Cirrus Research has expanded its product training and CPD programmes, adding an environmental noise measurement workshop to the roster.

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18 October 2017

In response to customer demand, Wieland Electric has developed the new samos PLAN 6 project planning tool – user friendly programming software with the option of automatic or manual configuration.

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04 October 2017

Managing a fleet can leave little time to read important news.

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02 October 2017

Evac+Chair will again be showcasing its world-leading emergency stair-descent solutions at this year’s Health & Safety North.

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20 September 2017

Casella is dedicated to reducing occupational health and environmental risks and is exhibiting its key monitoring device range at the A+A show.

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20 September 2017

Hughes Safety Showers, the manufacturer of emergency safety showers, eye/face wash and decontamination equipment, will be showcasing new products at A+A 2017.

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16 October 2017

Working with promoter Cuffe & Taylor, the council wanted to more than double the number of shows held in the town centre venue and turned to Symphotech to help them meet new licensing conditions relating to noise levels.

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19 September 2017

The smart Tanita personal heat alarm offers people a lifeline ‘early warning system’ about the risks of heat stroke, dehydration and illness.

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19 September 2017

Established in 1975, AS Bolaks are front runners in the Norwegian fish farming industry. Worker safety is a priority, which is why the company has invested in Hytera PD785G digital radios for their employees, who supply the Norwegian and international markets with large amounts of high-quality salmon and salmon roe. 

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19 September 2017

Safety company Arco has launched its 2017-18 Big Book catalogue offering a wide choice in personal protective equipment (PPE) and workwear.

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18 September 2017

UK based Reach and Rescue design and manufacture what is said to be the world's longest, most versatile and successful telescopic rescue pole systems.

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18 September 2017

In a drive to raise its already high standards, Marshall Motor Group has installed defib machines at all of the Group’s 104 franchise dealerships.

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01 September 2017

Svantek will be showing a wide range of high performance noise and vibration monitoring instrumentation at Health & Safety North 2017, including its SV103 personal vibration dosimeter and ATEX and IECEx Intrinsically Safe (IS) SV104 personal noise dosimeter for use in potentially explosive work environments.

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FEATURES

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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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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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03 November 2016

Fleet managers are being bombarded with so many different messages about how to make their fleets and drivers safer that it is causing confusion in the marketplace, according to Chris Horbowyj of GreenRoad Technologies.

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27 October 2016

Many of us work in environments where noise is a daily hazard. Although changes in work patterns and the use of quieter and more efficient machinery have reduced noise levels in recent decades, HSM asks James Tingay, product development at Cirrus Research why it’s still a major occupational hazard that is attracting the attention of litigation lawyers.

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26 October 2016

The issues facing international freight haulers are getting worse by the day. While measures such as the ‘big wall’ are being put in place, the understandably desperate attempts by the 10,000 or so migrants in Calais to enter the UK are unlikely to go away. HSM asks David Thompson, managing partner at Moore Blatch Solicitors where this situation leaves directors with regards to the duty they owe their drivers.

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19 September 2016

The design and building company behind Wales’ biggest trampoline arena needed to provide a bespoke mains lighting, emergency lighting and fire alarm solution. With aesthetics, comfort and energy efficiency crucial considerations, the company needed to reach new heights in safety.

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19 September 2016

New research reveals that 45% of van drivers knowingly overload their vehicles, while nearly half of businesses don’t monitor gross vehicle weights. Road safety, fines and maintenance issues are the heavy cost of overloading to UK businesses but Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has some advice on the dangers of overloading vehicles.

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07 October 2016

Over 500 people are injured on the UK’s roads every year and it’s thought that approximately one third of these involve someone driving on business. In addition, millions of vehicles being driven for work are involved in collisions that cause damage to the vehicle or property. But how much of this is avoidable?

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03 August 2016

Health and safety management systems are only as effective as the culture they are applied in. John Southall, co-founder of health and safety consultancy, Southalls, looks at what characterises a positive safety culture and the steps that can be taken to engage employees throughout an organisation.

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14 July 2016

Mathew Colley, sales & marketing manager at LoneAlert, discusses how GPS can protect lone workers - but why some staff still have their doubts.

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03 August 2016

Safety consulting is moving into psychology and enterprise risk. Mieke Jacobs, global practice leader operational risk management & employee safety at DuPont Sustainable Solutions, explores these new operational risk strategies.

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SPONSORED CONTENT

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23 September 2015

Indoor and environmental monitoring

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06 January 2015

Our industry renowned lone worker solutions safeguard the welfare of your lone workers, and offers assistance for Health & Safety legislation.

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17 September 2015

Simple 3 button operation

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28 August 2013

Joining IIRSM provides you with a host of membership benefits. These benefits are aimed to help you develop your career and personal development in the health and safety industry some of which includes an opportunity to join our Accreditation Scheme and to attend our events at a discounted rate

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11 July 2016

Healthy Working, the world’s leading DSE training e-learning and risk assessment software, developed through a unique partnership between Cardinus and the Health & Safety Laboratory.

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25 August 2016

16.5m Van Mounted Boom Lift

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17 September 2015

Long term unattended monitoring of noise and dust levels

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17 June 2013

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01 April 2016

The RackGuard fixes to leg racking and offers unbeatable protection and reinforcement for these vital structures.

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13 May 2016

SV103 is the world’s first personal hand-arm vibration exposure meter

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13 May 2016

The GilAir Plus increases worker comfort plus reduces time and costs with simultaneous high & low flow monitoring of particulates, vapours, gases & fumes

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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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06 January 2016

Fronius U.K. Ltd provides the UK welding market with solutions for MIG/MAG, TIG, electrode, laser, plasma and resistance spot welding and automation.

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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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25 August 2016

17m Dual Fuel Articulated Tracked Boom

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