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Health and Safety Enforcements
Sep 11, 2023

Health and Safety Enforcements

There are some key areas that the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) are focusing on in 2023 as part of their strategy for 2022-2032, which focuses on reducing work-related ill health. In this bulletin we
Asbestos and You
Jul 5, 2023

Asbestos and You

Asbestos and You Millennials, gen Z workers and other younger people who work as plumbers, electricians, and in other trades need to take the risk of asbestos much more seriously. That’s the message from the
Violence and Aggression at Work
May 17, 2023

Violence and Aggression at Work

Violence and Aggression at Work Definition of violence at work The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) defines work-related violence as: ‘Any incident in which a person is abused, threatened or assaulted in circumstances relating to
We are Mates in Mind Supporters
Apr 6, 2023

We are Mates in Mind Supporters

Workplace Safety Solutions is a Mates in Mind Supporter Mates in Mind is a leading UK charity raising awareness and addressing the stigma of poor mental health. We promote and lead on the development of
Assessment of Repetitive Tasks (ART) Tool
Apr 6, 2023

Assessment of Repetitive Tasks (ART) Tool

Assessment of Repetitive Tasks (ART) Tool This bulletin provides information that is important to read and understand before using the Assessment of Repetitive Tasks (ART) tool. There are several videos of repetitive tasks to allow
Working with Chemicals: The Classification System
Mar 20, 2023

Working with Chemicals: The Classification System

Working with Chemicals: The Classification System Chemicals are deeply embedded in the way we live, including our working lives. That means the responsibility for them passes to employers. Hazardous substances, including chemicals, are strictly regulated
Managing Health and Safety Risks for Lone Workers
Mar 20, 2023

Managing Health and Safety Risks for Lone Workers

Managing Health and Safety Risks for Lone Workers An estimated six to eight million people are considered lone workers in the UK, or about 22% of the working population. The Health and Safety Executive defines
Asbestos: Is It Still A Concern?
Mar 20, 2023

Asbestos: Is It Still A Concern?

Asbestos: Is It Still A Concern? Given that asbestos was banned in 1999, we might expect that the dangers of work-related asbestos illnesses have been eliminated, or at least greatly reduced. Sadly, this is far
H&S Considerations for Lone Transport Workers
Mar 20, 2023

H&S Considerations for Lone Transport Workers

H&S Considerations for Lone Transport Workers Many businesses employ lone workers in their transport network, both on site and externally. The most recent guidelines from the Health & Safety Executive cover drivers of lifting vehicles
CDM 2015 Regulations Explained for Domestic Building Clients
Mar 20, 2023

CDM 2015 Regulations Explained for Domestic Building Clients

The Construction (Design & Management) Regulations are intended to ensure the maximum possible safety of all construction projects. A UK statutory instrument introduced in 2015 by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE), they update the

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