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24 April 2017

Evac+Chair are back at Health & Safety Scotland this May with their live demonstrations of the evacuation chair in action.

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24 April 2017

With Brady's new Safetrak, time consuming paper based equipment inspections can become a lot faster.

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24 April 2017

Helping you deliver effective and competent training with up to date resources and regulatory compliance.

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18 April 2017

Durham Duplex has been Olfa of Japan’s UK Agent since 1996.

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13 April 2017

At the end of 2016, the UK government unveiled a record infrastructure spend pipeline of £500 billion-plus, £300m of which will be invested by 2020/21. Composite materials play a growing role in this, with expected growth in the construction industry of 42-78% by 2020 (to £510-640m) and £1240-1520m by 2030.

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13 April 2017

Reece Safety Products' range of aluminium safety padlocks use the popular dimple key system and have over 20,000 differs to choose from. The company can also control your lock number control on request as a free service using its Sentinel programme.

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13 April 2017

Kentec, an independent fire control panel manufacturer, boasts at comprehensive range of fully approved conventional, analogue addressable fire detection and extinguishant control panels. 

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13 April 2017

Morris Site Machinery is set to unveil its most comprehensive range of power generation products at Plantworx (Stand G7) on 6th to 8th June, from canopied rental and open set petrol generators to the latest lighting tower – the TL90 Ultimate. 

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13 April 2017

Marylebone Cricket Club is the world’s most active cricket club, and proud owner of Lord’s Cricket Ground. The ground – located in London – has a total capacity of almost 30,000 people.

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13 April 2017

Precast concrete trenches are used extensively to carry cabling and piping, protecting them from external factors like damage and adverse weather conditions; while allowing access for maintenance. Precast concrete trenches are frequently favoured over concrete cast in-situ to reduce install time and skilled labour required on site.

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11 April 2017

From humorous ‘wet floor’ signs on the beach to absurd toilet symbols, entries have flooded in for A-SAFE’s competition to find what the public perceive to be the most unusual health and safety signs in the UK.

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11 April 2017

Nittan fire detection equipment has been installed in to the UNESCO World heritage site Piazza del Duomo in Pisa, Italy.

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13 April 2017

Handsan, Evans Vanodine’s alcohol based hygienic hand rub, has passed European Test Method EN 14476 against Vaccinia virus with a one minute contact time. This indicates effective activity against enveloped viruses, including Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Influenza Virus, Herpesvirus and Hepatitis B.

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07 April 2017

An Aberdeen-based company that provides offshore accommodation solutions has unveiled a new product which is designed to improve steward health and safety offshore.

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13 April 2017

Access control specialist Intratone has launched Intracall, a one-way intercom system that includes a pre-paid, 3G communications module with 15 years of unlimited audio communications.

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31 March 2017

LOCTITE hand cleaners are now said to be among the safest, both for the user and the environment. These latest generation cleaners conform to European Cosmetics Regulations thanks to their risk-free, non-toxic formulation. They are also biodegradable and contain harmless and sustainable abrasive particles to assist their cleaning ability which are kind to the environment. 

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03 April 2017

Article 50 has been triggered but the full impact of Brexit has yet to be realised in the UK. However, as the political process gathers pace, uncertainty can only increase, Total Clean Franchise says.

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31 March 2017

British independent lift company Stannah Microlifts services and repairs over 91,000 lift products across the UK. The latest addition to its range of services is a new dedicated department providing specialist maintenance for loading systems, industrial doors and access products.

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31 March 2017

Polyflor, the UK's commercial vinyl flooring specialist, has launched a Cleaning and Maintenance Training Course at their established training school facility in Manchester.

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31 March 2017

Master Lock, the American padlock and safes specialist and expert in lockout tagout solutions, recently launched a new website www.masterlock.eu available in seven different languages (English, French, Spanish, Dutch, German, Portuguese and Italian).

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FEATURES

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18 April 2017

March heralds the official start of spring, but for many residents and businesses it also marks the start of what can amount to six months of disruption due to problem gulls.

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13 April 2017

Brian Butler is a health and safety Manager at Prater, a specialist contractor responsible for some of the UK’s most challenging construction projects. Here, he looks at how innovative methods are facilitating safer working at height, and why adopting behavioural culture in delivery, is helping to drive the industry forward.

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17 April 2017

myViSafe re-engages and re-invigorates manual handling training. The revolutionary training solution is designed to help achieve consistent compliance with best practice, leading to reductions in manual handling injuries and incidents. This is achieved through a combination of cutting-edge wearable sensors and state-of-the-art app-based software, allowing employees to assess their workers' movements on-the-job and in real-time.

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02 March 2017

Sylvie Giangolini from Hako explains why failing to keep warehouses and industrial premises clean and clear of debris can result in very real costs for businesses

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31 January 2017

For many years the conundrum faced by many in the construction industry was ‘how do we deal with entering and working in confined spaces safely’. In order to help address these anomalies, legislation specifically focused on confined spaces was enacted in 1997. However, the day to day issues associated with these spaces still exist and are analysed further by Captain Michael Lloyd, marine consultant at MRS Training and Rescue.

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31 January 2017

Managing director of Derbyshire-based Thermal Fluid Solutions (TFS), Richard Franklin, explains why companies with hazardous work conditions need to adopt a continuous risk assessment and management programme, and how doing so can save money as well as lives.

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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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01 November 2016

Adopting efficient cleaning technology in the workplace mitigates the risk of slips and trips, bacterial and airborne hazards. And, according to Jeff Hilton, Kärcher’s target market manager for transport & logistics, keeping your premises and your reputation clean is a lot faster and cheaper to achieve than you might think.

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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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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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05 September 2016

In any workplace, managers have a duty to evaluate the risks associated with that setting and, if there is a boiler installation on site, they are legally bound to keep it working correctly and safely at all times. Chris Coleman, marketing product manager – Condensate Handling & Customer Training at Spirax Sarco, looks at some of the key requirements of a boiler house risk assessment and explains how training plays a vital role.

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14 July 2016

The Control of Electromagnetic Fields at Work Regulations 2016, also known as the EMF Regulations, have been published and came into force on 1 July 2016. Employers now need to be aware of a new requirement to carry out an EMF Risk Assessment, warns North East legislation analysts Cedrec.

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24 August 2016

Amy Lyons of Seaward looks at the measures needed to maintain electrical safety in the workplace.

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13 July 2016

10 reasons why wearable RFID proximity alarms are game changers in site safety. Gary Escott of OnGrade explains why the devices should be used on every working site where vehicles and pedestrians work side by side.

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31 May 2016

Medieval met modern at scheduled ancient monument and Grade 1 listed Warwick Castle with the provision of a state-of-the-art EN 54-compliant wireless fire alarm system.

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31 May 2016

Throughout the world there’s a problem with false alarms from automatic fire detection systems. In the UK this problem has come further under the spotlight because of the Localism Bill which, with some caveats, gives fire and rescue authorities the right to charge for attendance. HSM asks the Fire Industry Association (FIA) what steps can be taken to minimise this issue.

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25 May 2016

In a major move for access industry safety, Nationwide Platforms has utilised Quick Response (QR) code technology to make crucial guidance more accessible to businesses and end-users than ever before.

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06 April 2016

Malcolm Maycock, managing director of Licence Bureau, warns that the new guidelines for sentences imposed on companies for health and safety offences in the workplace should serve as a serious wake up call for companies operating company vehicles.

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27 April 2016

Catherine Nelms, content executive at the Fire Industry Association (FIA) provides insight into the importance of good emergency lighting.

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06 April 2016

Carbon dioxide (CO2) is commonly used in the manufacture of popular beverages, and large storage cylinders are used for local dispensing of soft drinks, lager and beer. Louise Early, strategic industry manager at Crowcon Detection Instruments, discusses the use and potential hazards of CO2 in the food and beverage industry, as well as how the use of gas detection can contribute to keeping employees safe that are involved in the supply, delivery and maintenance of equipment.

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SPONSORED CONTENT

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11 July 2016

We provide fire safety risk assessments to commercial or residential properties. Cardinus are one of the few companies that have BAFE Gold SP205 certification for fire safety risk assessments, giving you the reassurance you need when protecting lives and property.

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07 July 2016

The Skipper road cone is a revolutionary two-piece cone that outperforms its competitors in all areas.

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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

Our on-site or public DSE assessor training courses will give you the expertise to start carrying out DSE risk assessments for your organisation.

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08 January 2014

Safety switches with separate actuators are suitable for sliding, hinged and particularly removable safety guards,

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08 January 2014

Everything on one handle. Less is more - that is the principle according to which Schmersal has designed the safety door handle series

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07 July 2016

The safety dispenser provides easy access to safety equipment such as ear buds and safety goggles.

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07 July 2016

The Skipper recycle bin is a robust and durable attachment for multi-purpose waste and recycling use.

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08 January 2014

Command and signalling devices are highly important devices at the man-machine interface in industrial applications.

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03 February 2014

A 2014 catalogue and safety sign guide is now available from Stocksigns, with 30% off some of the company's most popular signs.

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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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08 January 2014

Position switches with safety function are suitable for sliding and hinged safety guards which need to be closed to ensure the necessary operational security.

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08 January 2014

The magnetic safety sensors serve to monitor the position of sliding, hinged and removable safety guards.

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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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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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