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06 August 2020

Svantek’s SvanNET cloud-based solution now offers noise, vibration and dust monitoring with 24/7 support functionality suitable for large infrastructure projects.

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05 August 2020

Consolidated Fork Truck Services (CFTS), body behind the national standard for lift truck Thorough Examinations, believes certain industries are at higher risk of fault-related accidents if they do not arrange inspections often enough.

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03 August 2020

A pair of uvex pheos CX2 glasses with CBR65 lenses have come to the rescue of the MD of a busy creative agency who was suffering headaches, nausea and associated stress while working from home during lockdown.

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06 August 2020

A third of the people who work on the shop floor at AMP Automation in Gainsborough now wear the uvex 1 business shoe.

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04 August 2020

Available in the UK from Wilkinson Star, the new Viro Tech range of Professional Ozone/UV Sanitising Systems can eliminate up to 99.99% of surface-bound and airborne viruses, bacteria, odours and allergens.

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30 July 2020

AirBench has announced the release of its new DF range of down flow workstations for fume control.

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30 July 2020

Hughes Safety Showers has introduced a portable multi-nozzle decontamination misting shower suitable for use as part of general hygiene facilities or for decontamination of PPE prior to removal.

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03 August 2020

RRC has created a new course delivery option that blends the dynamic of classroom-based learning with the company’s live online learning courses.

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30 July 2020

With a portfolio of safety footwear brands that includes Solid Gear, EMMA and Toe Guard, Hultafors Group offers a range that combines modern design, advanced technical features and sporty looks with comfort, protection and durability.

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22 July 2020

As face coverings become increasingly part of our everyday lives, BSI, the business improvement company, has launches a BSI Kitemark for Face Coverings.

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22 July 2020

Covid-19 has had a profound effect on our lives but what will be required to protect people in the industrial workplace as we ease out of lockdown. Jim Roberts, product manager of visual communications specialists Beaverswood offers some insight.

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10 July 2020

FLIR Systems has launched modified thermal cameras for fast and safe non- contact elevated skin temperature screening. The FLIR ESTTM thermal screening solutions provide frontline screening at building entries and in high traffic areas to improve safety and help curb the spread of COVID-19.

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31 July 2020

iHASCO, provider of health and safety and compliance eLearning, has released an updated version of its Asbestos Awareness training course.

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03 July 2020

Reliance Protect, the leading provider of lone worker safety solutions, is releasing an update to its lone worker online management information reporting tool within its Focus online customer portal.

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01 July 2020

The success of the UK's National 3D Printing Society’s initiative allows RS to refocus its efforts on the international need for 3D-printed face visors during COVID-19 pandemic

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26 June 2020

As lockdown eases, to help protect the health of those making their way back to the office, factory, shop, pub, gym or any other place of work, a new ultra-effective surface sanitiser – Hi-KLEEN – is being introduced by Hi-line Industries.

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17 June 2020

Uni-Prop International has launched a range of galvanised trench struts that are accredited to BS 4074.

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24 June 2020

Supply chain risk management expert, CHAS, has added a Statement of Best Practice (COVID-19) to its member packages, to help anyone who engages contractors to identify whether they are COVID-19 secure.

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15 June 2020

ABB is providing integrated safety functionality for its all-compatible variable speed drives (VSDs) to simplify the engineering design process in machine manufacturing and automation.

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15 June 2020

MiniPID sensors manufactured by ION Science can be used to detect VOCs.

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FEATURES

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29 July 2020

Since the outbreak of the recent pandemic, the importance of personal protection equipment (PPE) as a literal life-saver in health and safety settings has become more increasingly well known to the wider public

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26 June 2020

With the UK skills shortage costing organisations £6.3billion a year, the pressure is on to unlock crucial efficiencies, whilst also keeping the workforce safe and protected from hazards. But how can you effectively balance efficiency with safety? Klaus Allion, MD, ANT Telecom, explains

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08 June 2020

When a major part of your business involves materials handling it's vital to choose the right equipment for the job to minimise potential hazards and to ensure productive procedures, writes Martin McVicar, CEO and Co-founder of Combilift

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08 June 2020

John Brill, Sales Director for Nilfisk UK, considers how failure to clean floors safely can have a devastating personal effect.

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25 March 2020

As global demand for Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) accelerates, thanks to greater automation in industry and the miniaturisation of devices, electronics companies are being reminded about the workplace health risks associated with certain production processes.

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14 January 2020

In this article Andy Pulley, team leader & product specialist with Atlas Copco Compressors examines the historic issues of noise emissions in factories related to air compressor operation and its effect on workers and productivity. He explains how today’s need for compliance with health and safety noise level regulations has influenced the development of innovative technology to produce a new generation of quiet compressors.

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05 February 2020

Although there is now greater awareness around safety precautions and PPE in the workplace than in the past, when you hear stories like the one below the importance of wearing the correct head protection hits home, says the BSIF.

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17 December 2019

Roger Highton, product line manager at Eaton for MTL Process Connectivity Products, provides some insights into designing for functional safety in hazardous applications.

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11 December 2019

Building on his last article, which covered 'three main sources of unexpected events', here SafeStart CEO Larry Wilson looks at risk assessment from a new perspective

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05 December 2019

A new survey by the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) and Close Brothers Asset Finance, has found that manufacturing and engineering firms are doing more than any other sector to raise awareness of mental health issues among their employees. James Selka DL, CEO, Manufacturing Technologies Association explains more.

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05 December 2019

Following from the previous article in Larry Wilson's Paradigm Shifts series, here the SafeStart CEO explores what lies behind hazardous events

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14 November 2019

George Elliott, senior application engineer for the Personal Safety Division at 3M speaks to us about how facial hair is affecting respiratory protection for construction workers and what is on offer for employers to address the issue

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14 November 2019

With the Health and Safety Executive estimating that 170,000 people in the UK suffer deafness, tinnitus or other ear conditions as a result of exposure to excessive noise at work, Nigel Thompson, sales manager Gas Power Solutions at Finning UK & Ireland (Finning), highlights the importance of reducing generator noise.

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13 October 2019

With the cost of poor mental health in the workplace ranging between £33-42bn each year, businesses need to get better at spotting and supporting mental wellbeing concerns. Indicators of poor mental health can be physical, psychological or behavioural and so a starting point is to understand some of the most common warning signs of poor mental health, explains Towergate Health & Protection.

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07 October 2019

As the warmer months come to an end, and the colder and darker months begin to draw in, protecting workers from the elements of the winter weather becomes a priority. However, it’s important that this protection from the harsh winter does not compromise on protection against Arc Flash - a relatively misunderstood, but extremely common type of electrical explosion.

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04 October 2019

During the winter months when shorter days mean reduced visibility the dependence on high visibility workwear to identify employees increases. High visibility clothing is a key part of the workforce PPE and millions of pounds is spent on it every year within the UK, but not all high visibility clothing is created equal, explains the BSIF.

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25 July 2019

New research points to a step change in emergency treatment of water jet injuries. David Kennedy, director of the Water Jetting Association, explains more

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16 October 2019

Georgina Bisby meets Joshua Poolton, sales manager robotics & automation products at Comau to find out more about the company’s investment in exoskeletons and their HUMANufacturing vision

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10 July 2019

We are used to seeing industrial robots working behind fences and guards, but what happens when robots leave their cages to work more closely with humans? Will they be safe? Are they subject to the same safety standards as their bigger brothers asks Dr Martin Kidman.

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16 July 2019

While optimising the opportunities offered by Industry 4.0’s digital transition is a must, reducing the risks involved in the increased interconnectivity of this ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ is imperative. Advanced sensors are already finding their way into modern manufacturing lines, facilitating informed decision-making. But this is just the beginning. Further innovations will unlock the full potential of smart component technologies, says Paul Taylor, Head of Industrial Products (UK) at TÜV SÜD, a global product testing and certification organisation.

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COMPANIES

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3M Capital Safety Group Ltd

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SPONSORED CONTENT

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18 August 2014

CMAX+ The transportation of bariatric persons up and down stairs is often a great challenge.

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18 May 2016

Bolt style Superbolt multi-jackbolt tensioners (MJTs) replace existing studs or bolts. Ideal for applications with tapped holes, or where threading a stud into a nut would be impractical. The outside diameter is smaller than a nut type tensioner on a stud, allowing MJTs to fit into tighter areas.

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03 April 2013

A new white paper, "DualSense™ Technology: Why two are safer than one," has been released by Industrial Scientific.

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03 November 2015

Listed on the website are training courses taking place within the next few days.

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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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21 October 2014

Fibreglass access ladders are manufactured using fibreglass pultruded profiles, which offer lightweight, chemical resistance, easily installed solutions to vertical access

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18 August 2014

The Evac+Chair 600H incorporates 2 carrying handles that allows for a two person operation in locations with difficult access, including upwards evacuation.

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08 December 2015

The Vision Plus offers the same protection features as the well established Vision helmet but now features a new moulded visor with additional benefits. Please refer to the Key Features.

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08 December 2015

Helmet Mounted ear defender to fit to all Centurion safety helmets. Excellent noise protection, especially for high frequencies.

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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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03 November 2015

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

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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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21 February 2017

Typical consumables for the Verderflex® pumps are hoses, tubes, lubricants and accessories like pulsation dampers, custom base plates, quick change hoses and more. It is recommended that these consumables be used with Verderflex® pumps for better performance and low operational costs.”

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04 August 2014

Steam is used in a wide range of industries for a variety of processes, from a basic small heating circuit to large scale hygienic steam production. Greg Sutcliffe, Global Segment Manager at Bürkert looks at some of the basic principles that should be understood by maintenance engineers and facilities managers in order to achieve a safe and efficient process.

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04 August 2016

Managing machinery and equipment which has been isolated for maintenance or for any other reason is essential, as is the need to communicate the status of the ‘lock-out’ and ‘shutdown’ to others in the workplace. This is often a requirement for in-house safety and maintenance procedures so any device which helps the communication process would be beneficial.

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