Monthly Archive: March 2018

Tips to Help Make Sure Your Welfare Facilities Meet the Grade

The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 cover a wide range of basic health, safety and welfare issues and apply to most workplaces (except those involving construction work on construction sites, those in or on a ship, or those below ground at a mine). Welfare facilities include toilets, wash basins, showers and changing facilities, and clean areas in which...

Prevent Work at Height Accidents

Accident can be prevented, if the correct procedures are in place . Check today that your workers are protected when working at height. Tips to Help Prevent Work at Height Accidents Undertake a risk assessment to work out the hazards associated with each task involving work at height. Determine how workers could fall, be struck or knocked over, and how...

Running for the Cardiology Department!

Now I know, I don’t like receiving emails that ask me for money, but this charity is close to our hearts – so to speak! I decided to do a half marathon and signed up to one before Christmas. After a recent trip to the QE in Birmingham with Eric, I thought I should do it for a good cause!...

Ensure the Safety of Pedestrians Working Near Vehicles

Construction sites and other places of work need to be properly organised in order to prevent an accident occurring. Check your site procedures today to make sure they meet the grade. Do a risk assessment to identify what could go wrong when pedestrians are near workplace vehicles. Think about how someone could come into contact with a moving vehicle and...