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Is your cup of coffee harming the Barista? Making a cup of coffee may be more dangerous than you realise. Coffee shop jobs are sometimes the butt of unkind jobs, portrayed as an unskilled role for struggling millennials. But the reality is that coffe...

How to protect employees working at height Working at height is the UK’s biggest cause of workplace deaths – this is what you need to know. The first rule of working at height on construction sites: don’t. Wherever possible, you should avoid an...

Artificial Intelligence in Construction: Should you be worried? Technology is playing an increasingly important role in society, helping to automate common tasks, increase efficiency and productivity, and to drive down operating costs. As the name im...

Technology is playing an increasingly important role in society, helping to automate common tasks, increase efficiency and productivity, and to drive down operating costs. As the name implies, artificial Intelligence... The post Artificial Intelligen...

Creating a workable health and safety culture Maintaining health and safety standards in the workplace is as much about culture as it is rules. So how can your business foster a culture that places health and safety at the heart of everything you do?

Can you legally take time off because of hot weather? Summer is certainly here – is there a legal limit when it comes to working in high temperatures? Having recently enjoyed the warmest May bank holiday weekend on record, people have begun to wond...

When employees sabotage their own health and safety A group of builders has found a loophole in the rules banning shorts on their site – but it’s not as funny as they think. Several U.K. newspapers picked up on an unusual story this week abou...