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How to manage the main risks to lone workers

Posted on 7th May, 2020 | By Lorretta Tatham

Lone working has long been a permanent fixture of some industries, but the recent onset

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3 practical considerations for your business during the lockdown

Posted on 22nd Apr, 2020 | By Lorretta Tatham

The national coronavirus lockdown has had an untold effect on the way all of us

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The most common first aid scenarios at work

Posted on 12th Mar, 2020 | By declan porter

By law, every workplace needs a qualified first aider on hand to deal with any

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Why you should have a plan in place to manage ageing assets

Posted on 9th Dec, 2019 | By Lorretta Tatham

As we come to the end of another year, it’s an excellent time for managers

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Where is asbestos found?

Posted on 22nd Nov, 2019 | By Lorretta Tatham

Though asbestos has been banned as a building material for decades, it’s still a widespread

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How to mitigate the biggest risks of working at height

Posted on 22nd Oct, 2019 | By Lorretta Tatham

It’s no secret that Working at Height constitutes one of the biggest risks facing employees

Injuries will happen: The top mistakes when using ladders

The 4 most serious factors in ladder-related injuries and fatalities

Posted on 18th Sep, 2019 | By Lorretta Tatham

Working at height is infamously dangerous. Between 2018 and 2019, a total of 40 workers

Is your workplace safety plan truly comprehensive?

Posted on 26th Jun, 2019 | By Lorretta Tatham

It’s an unfortunate truth that in the vast majority of cases, most workplace accidents are

Health and safety when working in scrap yards

3 important steps to take after a workplace accident

Posted on 13th May, 2019 | By Lorretta Tatham

Health and safety courses run by Brown’s Safety Services can greatly reduce the risk of

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New welding rules coming into force

Posted on 30th Apr, 2019 | By Lorretta Tatham

A recent announcement from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) affects both welders and the

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