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Workwear to protect workers from the sun

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For many managing health and safety in the workforce means preventing accidents in the workplace or taking measures to ensure employees are either not exposed to danger or at least that their exposure is limited and managed. But what if that workplace is outdoors, where many elements fall outside of our control? The piece of […]

Protecting your sight and sore eyes

Protecting your sight and sore eyes

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Like many things in life, we often take our eyes for granted. But, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO), 39 million of us are blind. The need to protect our eyesight is imperative, especially when estimates, by charity Sightsavers, are that 80% of the world’s blindness could be prevented or cured. Health and safety […]

The British Airways i360 Opens Tomorrow!

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Sited on the south coast in Brighton, on a spot adjacent to the now rusting West Pier, the i360 project has been 12 years in the making and opens tomorrow. The tower, costing £46 million has been funded through a Public-Private Partnership with Brighton and Hove City Council and the Coast to Capital Local Enterprise […]

Speak Up, Stay Safe

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A powerful new film launched by the British Safety Council shows how stress can lead to injury and fatalities at work. In any activity where concentration is vital for safety, such as working in construction, driving, or in health and social care, stress can be fatal, as the film demonstrates. For the first time the […]

Tips for Smooth Running Projects

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From small domestic work to large scale projects, 7 tips to help keep your projects going to plan: 1. Begin project planning well in advance: identity the supplies you need that require longer lead time to ensure you have plenty of time to schedule ordering 2. Be loyal to suppliers: stay with suppliers who have […]

Top Tips for Productive Meetings

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1. Start on time. Avoid waiting for late arrivals, this will only encourage repeat behaviour. 2. Have an agenda. Keep the agenda short and stick to it. 3. State your goals. What do you hope to achieve/what are the goals; state this when the meeting commences 4. Keep gatherings small. Try to keep the number […]