Safety Tips
Safety Tips for Construction Workers

Construction is a critical aspect to our city's development, but if workers do not adhere to correct safety rules and regulations then they put not only themselves in danger, but also their colleagues.

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Electrical safety in the Kitchen

The kitchen is the most dangerous room in the house. Over 50% of house fires are caused in the kitchen either due to people leaving pans unattended, faulty electrical wiring or water splashing on an exposed electrical socket.

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Safety Tips
Top 10 Health & Safety Tips for Scaffolders

Nearly 20% of all fatal falls involve scaffolding and falling from height.

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Lone workers & behaviour

The best time to address lone worker risk is at the planning stage - not in the field when the best that can be done is to react well to events. Choosing an appropriate system, selected and tailored with as much input from the end user as is feasible is utterly essential.

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Selecting the right office chair mechanism

The mechanism fitted to the office chair you chose will dictate the way the chair is used and must be considered carefully, related to the style of working carried out. There are 3 main systems, the pros and cons of which are explained below:

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Preventing Fires at Work

According to government statistics 2018/19, there were approximately 11,234 fires at non-domestic buildings - primarily commercial, health and education buildings.

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