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workplace fall

Why do so many experienced workers underestimate risk?

Posted on 27th Aug, 2021 | By Lorretta Tatham

Older workers still make up a significant proportion of the number of employees involved in

Angle Grinders

UK-wide safety alert issued for angle grinders

Posted on 3rd Aug, 2021 | By Lorretta Tatham

There has been a nationwide safety alert from the Office for Product Safety and Standards

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It’s the 25th anniversary of National Safety Month

Posted on 7th Jun, 2021 | By Lorretta Tatham

If you’re a longtime follower of our blog here at Browns Safety, you’ll have probably

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5 of the most common warehouse dangers (and how to mitigate them)

Posted on 27th May, 2021 | By Lorretta Tatham

Many occupations come with an element of risk to them and these hazards are often

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Falling objects remain an underestimated risk of Working At Height

Posted on 30th Apr, 2021 | By Lorretta Tatham

Risk management is essential with Work at Height, for both the worker and the general

ladder safety

The importance of securing your ladder

Posted on 29th Mar, 2021 | By Lorretta Tatham

Ladders are instrumental aids in a countless tasks across a huge number of sectors, and

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Will Brexit change health and safety in the UK?

Posted on 18th Jan, 2021 | By Lorretta Tatham

As of the 1st of January 2021, the UK has officially completed its exit from

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The dangers of working in cold conditions

Posted on 17th Dec, 2020 | By Lorretta Tatham

We’re getting well into winter now, and with the temperatures having dropped significantly over the

asbestos roofing

HSE voices concerns over UK’s 66% drop in asbestos training

Posted on 5th Nov, 2020 | By Lorretta Tatham

Over the course of 2020, the entire world has become all too unpleasantly familiar with

Improving safety standards on smaller sites

Key tips for handling the risks to younger workers

Posted on 5th Oct, 2020 | By Lorretta Tatham

According to the HSE, men aged between 16 and 24 face a 40% higher risk

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