Monthly Archive: January 2016

Tips to Improve Transport Safety in Your Workplace

People die in the workplace every year from something as simple as not wearing a seatbelt. Make sure you train your drivers properly, and give them the tools they need to drive safely to protect both themselves and others. Undertake suitable and sufficient risk assessments which consider how people could get hurt. Think about how people could get run over...

Tips to Keep Your Loads Safe in Transportation

Transported loads can be extremely heavy and the slightest unintended movement can cause vehicles to turn over, or workers to be crushed if the load falls on them. Follow the advice below to make sure that an accident like this doesn’t happen in your workplace. All drivers must have had training in securing their loads properly. Drivers must also be...

The dangers of un-serviced equipment

We’ve all seen the little green “Service by” sticker on the electrical equipment in and around the office, and let’s be honest, how many of those dates on the equipment have come and gone? When anyone comes to work, we place utter trust in the employer to provide us with a safe environment in which to work, the last thing...

First Aid Box Content

Start 2016 by going through your first aid box. If you’re ever faced with an emergency, the last thing you would want is to find yourself unprepared so it’s important to plan ahead and make sure you have a well-stocked first-aid kit available in the work place, at home and in the car. There are plenty of pre-made first aid...