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PPE May 13, 2015

Free Office Ergonomics e-Learning Programme

eOfficeErgo is made up of nine modules that cover everything from working postures to workstation adjustments, with instructional information presented through text,…

PPE October 2, 2013

Don't just dodge the bullets, analyse near misses then remove the risks

When an accident happens in the workplace it is easy to look at the event in isolation. But it is a sobering thought when it is realised that a recent incident was…

PPE September 15, 2013

Hand injuries at work

Hands are valuable but also most vulnerable. Hands are superbly designed tools of amazing strength and dexterity. They can pinch, grasp, twist, lift, hold and manipulate…

PPE July 21, 2013

Asbestos health and safety - know how to protect yourself and others

Asbestos is the single greatest cause of work-related deaths in the UK. Every week on average 20 tradesmen die from exposure to asbestos including plumbers, electricians…

PPE July 19, 2013

I’ve been injured at work. Now what do I do?

If you have been injured at work as a result of an accident your first thoughts will naturally be about treatment and recovery. However, if an employer has failed…