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The alarming cost of accidents in the workplace

The alarming cost of accidents in the workplace

While some costs of a workplace accident are obvious, it can often be the hidden costs that are the most damaging – and the most enduring. Scaremongering about health and safety is a counterproductive process. It carries the potential to frighten, alienate and panic facility managers, causing poor decision making, …

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Supertouch appoint Managing Director

Supertouch appoint Managing Director

Supertouch, the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Workwear specialist, has appointed Sarah Bridge as managing director for its UK operations. Based at the Supertouch National Distribution Centre in the West Midlands, the role will see Bridge take responsibility for the organisation’s growth and development across supply chain, logistics and the …

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Putting safety first Bohle expands safety mirror range

Putting safety first Bohle expands safety mirror range

Bohle has expanded its range of high performance convex safety mirrors, improving visibility and helping to avoid injury in a wide variety of applications. The latest figures from the Health and Safety Executive reveal that between 2009 and 2014, there were more than 64,000 accidents – including 46 fatal incidents …

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RUD Chains offshore lifting applications, heavy duty lifting capabilities 0.6 to 200 tonne

RUD Chains offshore lifting applications, heavy duty lifting capabilities 0.6 to 200 tonne

RUD manufactures a range of lifting and lashing applications that guarantee ultimate safety when lifting and moving heavy loads. Offering over 500 different tested and certified lifting/lashing points for bolting and welding. Their products have been increasing popular across the offshore industry, due to their heavy lift capabilities of 0.6 …

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