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How to manage Hand and Arm Vibration Syndrome in construction On site machinery poses all kinds of risks asides from the obvious. Most risk assessments will account for crush-type injuries, but do yours consider long term risks associated with equipm...

Is what you don’t know putting lives at risk? Have you ever wondered why many less-able people seem overly confident in their own abilities? Even when the evidence is overwhelmingly against their belief? A pair of American psychologists named Dunni...

The curious case of the bull and farm safety The summer holidays presents all manner of challenges for site managers who need to keep bored school kids away from danger – a topic we’ve covered before. And it seems that farm manager Mark Saunders...

Health and Safety Issues When Working in a Factory For those familiar with working in a factory environment, they’ll also be familiar with the hazards in and around their workplace. A hidden danger though comes when people become over familiar, the...

Mastering the basics when Working at height Mastering the basics of working at height is vital to keeping your employees safe – this is what you need to know. Accidents while working at height continue to be a major contributor to recorded injuries...

What would Brexit mean for UK health and safety The deadline for registering to vote in the forthcoming referendum on EU membership may have passed, but the campaign for both camps are still gathering pace. At some point the headlines have become hys...

An overview of the Health & Safety job market Demand for talented Health & Safety practitioners is high and, in many sectors and regions, the market is now heavily candidate-led. In my view, this skills shortage can be attributed to 4 main fa...