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Cold Weather and the Workplace

Central to dealing with cold weather Health and Safety issues are the requirements of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1992. Regulation
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2013 Heatwave: Lessons to be learned

While many people enjoy warm conditions, the death of two soldiers on a training exercise in July threw the issue of workplace temperatures into the spotlight again.

PPE & Outdoor Working

Exposure to the sun can cause skin damage such as blistering and in extreme cases, even skin cancer, which has become the most common form
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Winter Safety: trips and slips

According to the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) the most common cause of winter work accidents is trips and slips, accounting for 38%
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Slips, trips and falls

Tips and advice for winter at the workplace Black ice isn’t always visible and so can be an even greater hazard for both motorists and
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PPE & Outdoor Working

Exposure to the sun can cause skin damage such as blistering and in extreme cases, even skin cancer, which has become the most common form
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