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When identifying the risks in your workplace, consider people who may have contact with substances on contaminated surfaces, and other people such as contractors and visitors who do not directly use hazardous substances but who may still be exposed to them.
Do you think about employees and others who work directly with hazardous substances in your workplace and the people who could come into contact with hazardous substances in their work areas? Do you observe your workers and discuss their work practices with them?
Simple but powerful. Light-hearted but important. Napo is still at work with precious workplace advice to stop the C-19 pandemic: https://t.co/wVzD16Z6b4 #napofilms #COVID19 #CoronaVirusPrevention
This Spanish beauty salon grabbed #EUhealthyworkplaces 2018-19 Good Practice Award for substituting #DangerousSubstances in the workplace with safer plant-based alternatives: https://t.co/hjFD8x7oui #OSH
As governments around the globe take measures 2 reduce the rate of infection in their populations, the unfortunate consequence has been 2 limit PPE manufacturing, exacerbating the shortage of essential PPE. Our full statement: https://t.co/Yj2QYfqcRj. #AnsellProtects #PPE
Thank you to all doctors, nurses, & perioperative professionals on the front lines fighting #COVID19. In an effort to help support your work now & beyond, take advantage of the valuable resources from #AORN through the end of April. https://t.co/1tKoLSbSs5 #AnsellProtects
Cleaners, sanitisers and disinfectants are designed for different purposes. You should choose the least hazardous cleaning chemical that will accomplish the task. Install a process in your workplace that ensures that appropriate products are chosen.
JSP has developed an intuitive, icon-based communication tool which effectively communicates features and uses to an end-user in a language they can read: https://t.co/Jobl4sRVwy
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for products by our valued supply partner, @JSPLtd.
Do you use administrative controls to reduce the number of injuries and illnesses in your workplace? You can alter the way work is done e.g. change scheduling, timing, policies, rules and work practices as well as providing appropriate education, training and coaching.
We are calling on organisations working in the hotel, restaurant and catering sector to support our Registered Safety Supplier Scheme. Supporting us is free.
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Are you washing your hands correctly? Here are step-by-step instructions on the most hygienic method: https://t.co/9yvXtmuGUx
A simple and low-cost measure to equip your workplace to prevent the spread of infections is ensuring your workplace is clean and hygienic.
Proactively communicate with your staff the simple steps the WHO has advised to limit the spread of #COVID19.
Heads-up: Systems in which voltages are below 50 V ac or 120 V dc reduce the risk of electric shock to a low level, and arcing is unlikely to cause burns. Where reasonably practicable, tests should be carried out at reduced voltages in order to reduce the risk of injury.
We can supply safety equipment and clothing that provides the protection levels indicated as required in your #ArcFlash study and incident energy calculation.
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Are you familiar with the legal requirements surrounding the management of #ArcFlash risk?
Request a copy of our updated booklet by emailing your full contact details to email@example.com.
Rest assured that we’ll continue to support your Electrical Safety Management needs as industries continue to require training and assessments through the pandemic.
Our remote Electrical Health Check is one example.
COVID-19 & Free Electrical Safety Desktop Audit
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting the lives of many businesses but electrical safety remains critical. We now offer a free electrical safety desktop...
Where employers are not following PHE guidance on social distancing or NHS guidance relating to workers in the shielded category being able to self-isolate, there are a range of actions we will consider to improve control of workplace risks. https://t.co/GEOeFClRmf #COVID19
Mental health, ergonomics, pandemic planning and more: we have free online courses 💻to help you learn at home 🏠https://t.co/fWI1HdW1rH #StayHome
Is your team working remotely? It's important to remain socially connected while we practice #physicaldistancing. Some tips to help workers bridge the distance and connect with one other: https://t.co/Sz8kkcDsrT
#RT @LearningUncut: #ConstructionIndustry #CaseStudy on improving #HealthAndSafety outcomes via worker participation, #TacitKnowledge sharing via video & #MobileLearning Ep 49 #LearningUncut Rae Grech and @David Broadhurst @CodeSafe_Media
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