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Personal Protective Equipment - The Legal Framework Explained

24th November 2011
Are you required to use or wear personal protective equipment at work? Whether you're employed, contracted or work as a self employed individual who has been contracted to work for someone else, it is essential that you understand the current legal requir... Read >
Author: Justin Arnold

Working Life in Australia

26th September 2011
Life and working conditions in Australia in the 19th century were Severe,acrid,bleak,troubling,hazardous and unsanitary as compared with today's standards. Australia, however, had a reputation throughout the 19th century as the ‘working man's paradise.'It... Read >
Author: jamesandirson

Encourage Your Toddler's Independent Spirit With Animal Backpack Reins

03rd March 2011
Times have changed since I was a child... and even since I was a new Mum... especially when it comes to baby reins. For some reason, many parents seem to view this vital piece of baby safety equipment with suspicion and even derision. They don't want t... Read >
Author: Ashley Downs

Factors to be considered when Performing work at Height

18th February 2011
Considerations to be made when Working at HeightHeight Safety Equipment Height Safety Equipment is usually associated with two main types: general height safety and fall arrest, for example nets; and personal fall arrest, such as lifelines, harnesses and ... Read >
Author: Davey22 Jones99

How To Activate a Fog Horn With a Marine Radio

17th February 2011
There is nothing much more frightening than being caught on the open water, and unexpectedly being caught in dense fog. The fog appears to magnify sounds eerily. Running aground is a extremely real danger. Or even worse a full out collision between boats.... Read >
Author: Tracy Blevins

Model Car Building Tools For Beginners

17th January 2011
Model Building KitHave you ever considered building model cars but had been unsure where to get started? You may well have wandered the aisle at your local retail store and looked at the boxes and thought that it might be a fun hobby to pick up. You also ... Read >
Author: Gale Cherry

Consider Having Scratch and Dent Floats!

01st October 2010
Buying marine accessories like floats could be a huge investment and there’s always an alternative to every deal. After you need to purchase your pontoon float, make sure you receive all the safety equipment checked in and get the training you require to ... Read >
Author: Nazmul Huq

Barcoding Makes Fire Extinguisher Inspection Cheaper and Faster

29th April 2010
Hundreds of thousands of large facilities and companies nationwide are required by law to have each of their fire extinguishers and other safety equipment inspected monthly. The task can be daunting for places ranging from hospitals to prisons. To this da... Read >
Author: Cristian Hernandez

Riding a hill on a longboard

09th April 2010
Before explaining how to skate downhill, you should know that if you fall, it's not my fault! This is just a little disclaimer. You should also know that if you try any type of extreme sport, there's a possibility of getting hurt. Stay within your limits,... Read >
Author: LDRodriguez

Examples of Wrongful Death Lawsuits and Legal Claims - What You Should Know

27th January 2010
Wrongful death means a person has died due to negligence, malpractice, or the inaction of another person. It is a painful and angry time for friends and family, and though bringing forth a wrongful death lawsuit will not return their loved one, it can giv... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Learn about Welding Safety and Welding Arc Flash

27th October 2008
When you are working with a welder there is always the potential for Arc Flash. Anything that you do that works with electricity can do this and it can be a deadly process. Arc flash can happen on a large or small scale, and depending on the welder's safe... Read >
Author: William

Stay safe underwater by choosing the best dive knives.

03rd January 2007
Dive Knives: The many different ways they keep you safeunderwater.Taking precautions and extra safety measures is a must in scubadiving. There are so many possible situations where trouble couldarise, meaning each diver needs to have properly functioningb... Read >
Author: Author Unknown
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