Posted In: Safety Training

electrical

Simple precautions for working with electricity

Posted on 20th Mar, 2019 | By Lorretta Tatham

When working with electricity or other systems within a business or home, staying safe is

first aid session

How many first aiders does your business need?

Posted on 31st Jan, 2019 | By Lorretta Tatham

When there is an accident or medical emergency, first aid can make the difference between

Why Employee Training is Key to Ensuring Their Safety

Posted on 31st Jan, 2019 | By Lorretta Tatham

Employers have an obligation to protect their employees’ health and safety. Many of them may

temp worker

Essential health and safety tips for hiring agency or temporary workers

Posted on 30th Nov, 2018 | By Lorretta Tatham

We’re on the brink of the busy festive season, which means you may well already

workplace safety

What can your business learn from National Safety Month?

Posted on 11th Jun, 2018 | By Lorretta Tatham

Organised every June by the National Safety Council, National Safety Month is geared towards educating

fire at work

5 top causes of workplace fires (and how to prevent them)

Posted on 22nd May, 2018 | By Lorretta Tatham

Fires and explosions aren’t necessarily the most common types of workplace accidents here in the

Why low-level access training is just as vital

Why low-level access training is just as vital

Posted on 10th Aug, 2016 | By Lorretta Tatham

When thinking about working from a height, we don’t always think about the dangers of

Legionella awareness training: Have you done yours yet?

Posted on 13th Jul, 2016 | By Lorretta Tatham

The recent breakout of Legionnaires’ disease in Sydney has brought this infectious disease back into

Safety training throughout Yorkshire

Safety training throughout Yorkshire

Posted on 13th Jul, 2016 | By Lorretta Tatham

With Yorkshire boasting a huge number of trade and industrial businesses, health and safety in

worker working at height

Five reasons why work at heights training is a good investment

Posted on 8th Jun, 2016 | By Lorretta Tatham

With more than 200 people killed at work every year, as a result of an

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