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Baby gates can make your house a much safer environment

17th November 2014
Home sweet home is a very common saying, and how true it is. Everyone loves walking into their home after a long day at work. It is that welcoming environment that we all seem to love. There really is nothing like that homely sensation. But have you have ... Read >
Author: Barney Fougere

Top tips for safety with ladders and step ladders

18th January 2012
With falls from height reported as being at an all time high, itís important to ensure you know the basic ladder safety guidelines to prevent accidents and ensure staff members are properly training in working at height procedures. Around a third of al... Read >
Author: Ladders

How Do I Get An ISO 31000 Accreditation?

07th February 2011
The International Organization for Standardization developed the ISO 31000 family of standards with the intention of creating a set of guidelines and principles in dealing with an organization's management of risk. ISO 31000:2009 provides these general pr... Read >
Author: manualsubmission

Where Do I Buy A Laser Lipo Machine In The USA ?

20th January 2011
Laser Lipo or more importantly non invasive laser lipo is just starting to make it's way into America having swept the UK and EU. It's a great treatment that is completely pain free, easy to apply by non medically trained staff and has a dramatic effect s... Read >
Author: Stephen Soos

Cytotoxic Drugs and CoSHH Law

13th December 2010
This article examines the use of cytotoxic drugs and the hazards associated when using them. It focuses on the precautions needing to be followed under CoSHH and will be of interest to those currently working in hospitals, oncology units and hospices etc.... Read >
Author: Dale Allen

CoSHH - A Risk Assessment Checklist

17th May 2010
The main aim of a CoSHH risk assessment is to protect the health and safety of workers. A risk assessment helps to reduce the possibility of employees being affected while doing work related tasks. It is a legal requirement that employers follow CoSHH leg... Read >
Author: Dale Allen

Assignment: Hardware Replacement Project

01st April 2010
Have you been searching for a way to earn some extra income at home? Does every opportunity you find require you to chase your friends and family in order to be successful? Let's face it; there aren't many things out there that are more uncomfortable than... Read >
Author: mikesgold

Pendulum Slip Risk Assessments in the Workplace

05th March 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Ianson Internet Marketing BS 7976: 1- 3 2002; "The Pendulum Method" describes the operation of the TRL (Transport Research Laboratory) Pendulum for slip resistance testing. Originally designed to replicate the actions of a slipping f... Read >
Author: Louise G

Approaches a Non-Financial Company Uses to Address New Projects

26th February 2010
Approaches a Non-Financial Company Uses to Address New Projects Introduction There are several trends that have emerged in the financial market over the recent past due to the impact of globalization, advancement in technology, deregulation, innovatio... Read >
Author: carolyn2010

QUALITATIVE RISK ANALYSIS - Pmpathway

10th December 2009
The process of risk identification generates a list of risks. The next step after risk identification is risk assessment. Risk assessment involves identification of high-priority and high-impact risks. Qualitative risk analysis involves identifying the ... Read >
Author: Matthew Hender

How to reduce accidents with safety footwear

29th August 2009
Facts and figures Industry figures are startling. They show that UK businesses lose more than two million working days each year because of incidents related to feet and ankles. The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) also reports that trips and slips cause ... Read >
Author: eddieb

Understanding and Preventing Industrial Accidents

23rd August 2009
Approximately 1.6 million industrial accidents happen in the United States every year with results ranging from minor to disabling injuries, and sometimes even death. The difference with these types of accidents is that it directly affects a person's j... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Why does my business need general liability insurance?

27th June 2009
If you are running a company and a business, you may come up with the question, "Why does my business need general liability insurance?" well, insurance is something we identify with and also know the reasons for availing of it. Insurance mitigates risk o... Read >
Author: domaingamer

Using a Multigym Safely

28th April 2008
Doing anything in life safely involves taking a moment to think about what you're about to do , what's involved, what are the potential hazards i.e. what could go wrong? Then think about how to avoid these disasters happening and what you can do to minimi... Read >
Author: lexisclick

Health & Safety on Team Building Events

07th June 2006
The UK has some of the most stringent Health & Safety standards in the World. Most blue chip companies go even further than the prescribed standards to ensure the wellbeing of their employees. Yet the majority of companies employ team building providers w... Read >
Author: James Coakes
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