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How to Become a Health & Safety Officer in the UK

01st December 2011
A health and safety officer (also known as a HSO) monitors how an organisation complies with health and safety law, and provides advice to both companies and employers on safe working environments. A HSO will usually work for the Health and Safety Executi... Read >
Author: Mark Armstrong

Workplace Accidents

12th October 2011
A recent report revealed work accidents in Scotland in 2010 cost 187 million, despite the fact the Health and Safety Executive has strict regulations in place to prevent such events from happening. This worrying statistic shows that employers are repeate... Read >
Author: Richard Godden

Stainless steel handrail designs and installation.

07th October 2011
There are lots of factors and aspects to consider when installing ornamental staircases and it is a process that takes lots of phases. This is the reason that there are many professionals involved in the design and installation process. Architects and des... Read >
Author: timwoz

Industrial Accidents

05th October 2011
Accidents in the workplace arise on a standard foundation. Lots of of the industrial accidents that transpire could have been prevented with suitable security precautions.Setting up sites, factories and warehouses are notoriously hazardous destinations to... Read >
Author: HershelBradley

The Story Behind Britains Toy Soldiers

17th May 2011
William Britain began making toy soldiers more than a hundred years ago in 1893. Their original toy soldiers were made of lead using their famous hollowcast method. These soldiers were hollow on the inside which allowed W. Britain to use less metal in eac... Read >
Author: L Scot

Scope of NEBOSH Training Programs

03rd May 2011
There are certain aspects of health and safety regulations upheld in a place of work. This may be crucial at a time of emergency and accidental danger. It is with this aim in mind that the independent functioning body of NEBOSH came into existence in the ... Read >
Author: Jessica Thomson

JDM Engines- What you need to know before buying one

08th April 2011
JDM engines are those found on the Japanese Domestic Market. Buying a JDM engine is a practically easy process, however here is what you need to know before buying one. These engines that are sold on the Japanese market are made to suit Japanese condit... Read >
Author: Chris C Drucker

Workplace Safety Posters - For An Accident Free Environment

09th December 2010
Almost all workplaces have exclusive hazards specific to their work environment. The hazards can range from minor risks to dangerous perils that can seriously threaten lives. Workplace safety posters play an important role in educating and alerting worker... Read >
Author: sharondarochelle40

What is PAT Testing and Why is it Important?

02nd September 2010
If you are involved in the running of the business, chances are you will have heard of PAT testing. There is no escaping the health and safety regulations in the UK that instruct all businesses, no matter how large or small, to ensure that their staff are... Read >
Author: RL Waterman

Commercial Dishwasher: Keeping it Financially and Eco Friendly

11th May 2010
It is no secret that any catering business will require a commercial dishwasher, not only to ensure their business is a success and that customers will have a pleasant dining experience, but also to meet today's stringent health and safety regulations. Ho... Read >
Author: Ian Jones

Safety in the Warehouse

28th April 2010
Working in a warehouse can be dangerous but it does not have to be. Many of the most experienced workers in the warehouse are often accustomed to seeing the dangers of the workplace, putting inexperienced workers at risk. Of these two cases, neither one s... Read >
Author: RalphGarofano

Facts on Softball Cleats and Regulations

22nd February 2010
The following article includes pertinent information that could induce you to reconsider what you thought you understood. The most crucial thing is to study with an open mind and be willing to revise your understanding if necessary. When you're learni... Read >
Author: Daren Hopkins

How to: Load and Unload Sea Containers Safely

23rd September 2009
Research shows that approximately 90% of the world's non-bulk cargo moves in containers stacked on transport ships. They improve port handling efficiency, help lower freight handling charges, and boost trade flows. Almost every manufactured product humans... Read >
Author: Sovex

Injuries caused by Vibrating Machinery

19th December 2008
If you work around machinery or work with power tools, you could suffer a vibration injury. This is commonly called 'white finger' because the ends of the fingers and sometimes the entire finger goes white. It can also tingle and feel numb. People who are... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

How To Set Up a Home Recording Studio

12th June 2006
Studios fall into three basic categories, Home studios, Project studios and Commercial studios. It's pretty obvious what a home studio is. Many people working in the music industry, and even the TV and film industries, have their own studios at home. They... Read >
Author: Bobby Lapoint
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