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Safety in the warehouse: Five key risk areas for 360-degree protection by Steve Shakespeare, Business Director, Jungheinrich UK

Five key risk areas for 360-degree protection by Steve Shakespeare Business Director Jungheinrich UK

Warehouse safety has always required careful attention, but as operations become more complex to handle the rapid rise in customer demand, it is no longer enough to address risk in isolation. With organisations looking to automated and connected processes to meet new efficiency and productivity objectives, the warehouse must be …

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HGVs are motorway-safe, says FTA

HGVs are motorway safe says FTA

FTA, the UK’s largest membership association in the logistics sector, has spoken out to reassure drivers that HGVs have never been more motorway-safe. The move follows the publication of a Brake survey, which revealed increased HGV motorway traffic prompted anxiety about safety among other drivers. “The driver perceptions Brake has …

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What is the Right Level of Cover for your Business?

What is the Right Level of insurance Cover for your Business

Your business must run safely. A lapse in judgement here can lead to customer or staff injuries, fines and even company closure. Of course, keeping any dangerous equipment clean and operational goes a long way in keeping your workplace safe, as does training your staff to use and store any …

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Michelin Training Centre and MWheels go to school on CV Wheel safety

MICHELIN TRAINING CENTRE AND MWHEELS

Staff at the Michelin Training Centre are working closely with MWheels’ technical experts to further improve overall knowledge of CV wheel safety throughout the industry. The educational aims, which are based predominantly around hands-on workshop participation alongside traditional seminar lessons, includes in-depth knowledge of the wheel itself, fitting and general …

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Stertil Combilok  delivers on loading bay safety

STERTIL COMBILOK DELIVERS ON LOADING BAY SAFETY

It’s a disturbing fact that loading bays are dangerous places. Barely a day passes without news of yet another accident involving vehicles, loading bay operatives and even members of the public. Such accidents frequently result in life-changing injuries and, tragically, fatalities. Company size offers no protection against this problem. One …

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