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18 July 2018

For those involved in the design, management or maintenance of alarms and alarm systems, M.A.C. Solutions, developer of the ProcessVue suite of alarm management software, is running a two-day alarm management practitioner training course in Birmingham on 6th and 7th November, 2018.

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17 July 2018

Honeywell has published a free whitepaper on sources and causes of skin damage and irritation for health and safety managers to consider when protecting workers’ hands.

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16 July 2018

Noise monitoring specialist, Cirrus Research has expanded its training academy programme, adding a new Noise at Work Awareness course.

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16 July 2018

SEMA, The Storage Equipment Manufacturers’ Association has launched a new publication called The SEMA Guide to the Conduct of Racking and Shelving Inspections, a major revision to its predecessor.

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09 July 2018

The Pulsar NoisePen is a wearable noise dosimeter – a self-contained noise measuring device designed to help safety officers meet the needs of the Noise at Work Regulations and safeguard workers from harmful noise.

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09 July 2018

Pulsar Instruments delivered its 30th One Day Noise Awareness Course to safety professionals in Leicester on 13 June 2018. The course, now in its 11th year, covered everything from ‘how our hearing works’ to giving practical advice to individual delegates on measuring and managing noise in their workplaces.  

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09 July 2018

With safe, sustainable food production presenting one the biggest challenges for the food sector today, Bureau Veritas is urging businesses to digest the revised ISO 22000 certification regarding food safety standards, to ensure they achieve compliance ahead of the proposed deadline.

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09 July 2018

Dangerous goods packaging expert, ZARGES has introduced the K470 Battery Box aluminium case, specially designed for transporting and safekeeping lithium-ion batteries.

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12 July 2018

Combining a lightweight athletic look with maximum breathability and superb safety features, the new VENT safety shoe from Solid Gear is ideal for workers who are constantly on the move.

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09 July 2018

The past year has seen a sharp rise in the numbers of fork lift truck operators taking conversion courses, according to Adam Smith, general manager of Association of Industrial Truck Trainers, an accrediting body for trainers of fork lift truck operators.

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11 July 2018

Having just defended the 'best innovation in footwear ' category at the Professional Clothing Awards with the company's first Electrical Hazard range, the second generation family business has been told it has been selected as a finalist in three categories at the East Midlands Chamber Business Awards

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09 July 2018

ION Science has enhanced its GasClam 2 in-borehole continuous ground gas monitor for better management and prediction of risks associated with ground gas emission and migration.

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09 July 2018

AirBench has delivered a 5.5m VertEx booth to a customer in France. The system is designed to capture dust from the entire contained area, with various operations taking place within the booth.

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09 July 2018

RRC provides the NEBOSH National Diploma in the traditional format of 7 weeks in the classroom, but health and safety people are busy and seven weeks out of work is not feasible for many. The online course, whilst it suits some, does not provide the discipline and face-to-face interaction many seek in their training. RRC’s blended learning programme combines three weeks study with online learning.

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09 July 2018

A  Wieland TÜV-certified training course provides the required legal basics and understanding of standards needed to properly evaluate the functional safety of a machine and to design and calculate safety functions.

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16 July 2018

Arco, the UK safety expert, has launched its new range of cut protection safety gloves, providing workers with its most comprehensive hand protection range to date, meeting the revised EN 388:2016 standard whilst educating employers about the changes to cut level testing.

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15 July 2018

Global single use glove specialist Unigloves, has launched a brochure bringing together its latest high performance hand protection solutions in one easy to use place.

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09 July 2018

In addition to kitting out workers with workwear that matches their expertise and keeps them safe, Scruffs aims to help people in the trade and beyond look good. 

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16 July 2018

Since 1928 RRC has helped more than a million students worldwide achieve professional success through distance and online learning. Now, celebrating its 90th anniversary, the company continues to provide customisable, cost-effective, HSE courses.

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19 June 2018

Casella has supplied an online system to monitor roadside dust in Shanghai, China.


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FEATURES

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10 May 2018

Duncan Gooch, product manager for fixed gas detection at Honeywell Industrial Safety, explores how bringing a touch of wireless connectivity to fixed gas detectors can help take efficiency to the next level.

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26 April 2018

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) suggests there are an estimated 13,000 deaths linked to exposure at work, primarily to chemicals and dust. Silica dust, or Respirable Crystalline Silica (RCS), is one of the biggest risks in construction, causing approximately 500 construction worker deaths every year from serious lung diseases as the result of prolonged exposure. Tim Turney, technical product manager at Casella, stresses the need for monitoring

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25 April 2018

There has been a reduction in recent years in the number of reported cases of noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) that result from noise at work, with a fall both in the number of new claims and in the number of affected workers. However, according to Pulsar Instruments, we’re now at the point where further reductions in NIHL will require much better and much earlier interventions – especially for high risk workers

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25 April 2018

Connected devices, the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence look set to transform real-time management of hazardous environments, as Glyn Jones, Group CEO, Trolex explains

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26 April 2018

Larry Wilson, author of SafeStart, an advanced safety awareness training program, outlines how calculating an employee's complacency level may serve as a predictor of their risk of serious injury

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26 April 2018

Suzannah Robin, an alcohol and drug safety expert at AlcoDigital, has helped various companies across the UK with their testing policies and procedures. Here she explains what to do if an employee tests positive for alcohol or drugs, and discusses how to identify and support individuals who are struggling with addiction

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25 April 2018

To ensure that it can protect staff and remain legally compliant, the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) in South Yorkshire asked compliance and risk management software business, Alcumus, to help overhaul its in-house COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) procedures and introduce a CMS (COSHH Management System)

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26 April 2018

As head of engineering at Mandate Systems, Matthew Inness has been involved in a number of discussions on the subject of competency. Here, he explains more on the topic and its role within the safety of pressure systems.

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25 April 2018

Structural steel specialist, Severfield processes up to 1000t of steel each week at its Dalton site in North Yorkshire. When painters at the site wanted a protective coverall that was lightweight and would allow them to work comfortably throughout their 10h shifts, they turned to DuPont Protection Solutions

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07 March 2018

Collaborative robots, sometimes referred to as cobots, are designed to work alongside humans in a ‘collaborative workspace’, an area where the robot and the human can perform tasks simultaneously. Stewart Robinson, principal engineer and functional safety expert at TÜV SÜD Product Service, considers what this means from a safety perspective

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19 March 2018

Visitors to Western Business Exhibitions' Health & Safety Event, (NEC, Birmingham,10th to12th April 2018) will be able to peruse a wide range of stands from key players in the health & safety marketplace and enjoy the free-to-attend, CPD-accredited educational content

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05 February 2018

The workforce is changing and so is the role of training in the occupational health and safety space. Millennials will soon become the majority of the global working population and the safety industry is rethinking training to cater for their needs and expectations. Prabhu Soundarrajan, global connected worker leader, Honeywell Industrial Safety and Tony Downes, global process safety advisor, Honeywell Performance Materials & Technologies, explain more    

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16 November 2017

The oil and gas industry is responsible for some of the most high-risk, hazardous work environments on the planet. Enforcing health and safety is crucial for the engineers on site, as well as protecting valuable assets. Paul Tanner, business development oil, gas & marine, Tyco Integrated Fire and Security, comments

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16 November 2017

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) keeps the power on for millions of homes and businesses across England and Scotland, including on remote Scottish islands. Engineers work in tough outdoor conditions and are available 24/7, 365 days/year. Appropriate PPE is essential. SSEN saw positive results when its engineers tested lightweight waterproof jackets and salopettes featuring GORE-TEX fabrics

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05 February 2018

Malteurop, a major producer of malted barley used in brewing, wanted to ensure its workforce was fully protected when undertaking the daily cleaning regime necessary to keep its malting floors and vats free of bacterial contaminants and blockages. The company turned to DuPont Protection Solutions to provide PPE and training support

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30 October 2017

The connected world of Industry 4.0’s smart factories adds a new dimension of complexity in terms of machinery safety challenges, as adaptive and dynamically configurable machines and machine modules allow unique combination of machines for higher efficiency and productivity on the shop floor. Paul Taylor, manager for Machinery Safety at TÜV SÜD Product Service, a global product testing and certification organisation, explains more

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30 October 2017

Two years on from raising concerns that some safety footwear with EC type approval and CE marking is not fit for purpose, Arco has evidence of products that failed safety testing and which are still being sold. Neil Hewitt, divisional director quality and technical standards at Arco, discusses the need for employers to be vigilant when purchasing PPE

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23 October 2017

At the XXI World Congress on Safety and Health at Work, held in Singapore in September, the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) together with the International Labour Organization presented new estimates of the cost of poor occupational safety and health (OSH). The findings reveal that worldwide work-related injury and illness result in the loss of 3.9% of GDP, at an annual cost of about €2680 billion.

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11 September 2017

Exposure to toxic gases is one of the biggest risks workers face, especially those who work remotely and or alone. Prabhu Soundarrajan, global connected worker leader for Honeywell Industrial Safety explains how IIoT technology enables workers to use their smartphone infrastructure to bring connectivity to gas detection devices

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11 September 2017

HSE is focusing on occupational lung disease (OLD) as one of three priorities as part of its new Health and Work strategy. Marie Warburton, policy advisor at HSE's Health and Chemicals Unit, explains more

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COMPANIES

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SPONSORED CONTENT

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08 April 2015

The Cub is the worlds smallest, and lightest personal PID monitor available for VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) measurement.

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03 November 2015

This course is for first line managers - those who have to, or are about to, acquire supervisory responsibilities.

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21 February 2017

Verderflex® Industrial peristaltic pumps are extremely robust pumps, ideal for heavy duty operations on intermittent or continuous duty cycles. They are a simple to use, easy to control, versatile and reliable way to pump liquids.

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30 March 2016

The quality of compressed air used in breathing apparatus is specified in the European Standard EN12021:2014 "Respiratory protective devices – Compressed Air for breathing apparatus."

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25 November 2016

Reach heights between 20.0m - 47.7m

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03 November 2015

Anywhere, anytime, flexible learning

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08 December 2015

After extensive market and technical research, the Concept was developed to exceed the demanding PPE market requirements. A unique and innovative helmet, the Concept provides the user with the lightest, strongest and most comfortable helmet available.

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03 November 2015

We have enhanced our website, making booking your training with us even more convenient.

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25 November 2016

Reach heights between 15.45m - 47.70m

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03 November 2015

The IOSH Managing Safely 4 day course is designed for those required to manage safely & effectively in compliance with both their organisation's policy and best practice in health & safety. Highly successful and practical, IOSH courses are delivered to an average of 60,000 people every year. Courses are delivered both as a four day block and also as one day per week for four weeks.

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23 June 2015

Industrial metalwork platforms & Gantries

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03 November 2015

This course provides a practical summary of health, safety, welfare and environmental issues identifying individual responsibilities for looking after yourself and others.

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23 June 2015

For industrial protection in any environment

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08 April 2015

City Technology Emission Sensors

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25 February 2013

ERIKS Flexible Ducting Products include a complete range of Flexible Ductings, Suction & Delivery Hoses.

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