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Castell launches world’s first Digital Exchange Box

Castell launches world first Digital Exchange Box

Castell, a leader in trapped key interlocking technology, has launched the first digital key exchange box. The Digital Exchange Box has been developed to address growing complexity in modern switchgear and guarding applications. The product can be configured to release any number of keys in a predefined sequence without the …

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Supertouch make a safe appointment for the South West

Supertouch make a safe appointment for the South West

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Workwear specialist Supertouch, has appointed Graham Flanders as Business Development Manager for the South West. Flanders will play a crucial role expanding and developing the business across the South West. He will be the driving force behind generating new contacts throughout the region, while also …

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Inadequate pre-use forklift inspections compromising safety, warns RTITB

Inadequate pre use forklift inspections compromising safety warns RTITB

Safety is at risk in many forklift operations due to inadequate pre-use inspections, warns RTITB. “Every forklift truck operation should begin with a pre-use inspection. However, these checks are often conducted incorrectly, or overlooked completely,” says Nick Welch, Technical Director for RTITB, the leading workplace transport training accrediting body.“This poses …

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McCue – Five Hidden Benefits of Health & Safety

McCue - Five Hidden Benefits of Health & Safety

While most progressive businesses understand the immediate benefits of implementing good health and safety inside their facilities, some may not be aware that the benefits go way beyond simply protecting employees from accidents. McCue, a global provider of flexible safety barriers and experts in solving the safety needs of customers …

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Pyroban invests in 2-year EN1755 change programme

Pyroban invests in 2 year EN1755 change programme

To meet the requirements of the new EU standard for explosion protected lift truck design, Pyroban has invested in a 2-year EN1755:2015 change programme. The EN1755:2015 standard, entitled ‘Safety of industrial trucks. Operation in potentially explosive atmospheres. Use in flammable gas, vapour, mist and dust’, supersedes EN1755:2000 and is mandatory …

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