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13 February 2019

Chemstore is encouraging businesses large and small to review how they store corrosive substances to ensure that they are keeping staff and members of the public safe.

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13 February 2019

Single use glove specialist, Unigloves has launched a free glove sampling service enabling companies and workers to see and feel for themselves the quality of its gloves.

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12 February 2019

The HyperLite SumoStance ladder from Little Giant combines safety, strength, low weight and a no-quibble 5-year warranty against any manufacturing defect. TB Davies in Cardiff is one of the first of Little Giant’s preferred global partners to make the ladder available in Europe.

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13 February 2019

The Association of Industrial Truck Trainers has revealed the key certificate features employers must examine when verifying forklift operator qualifications.

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13 February 2019

The Fork Lift Truck Association's annual National Fork Lift Safety Convention will be held on Wednesday 30th October 2019, at the Heart of England Event and Conference Centre in Coventry. Toyota Material Handling UK will sponsor the event.

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12 February 2019

The latest FalcoTAC fixed photoionisation detector (PID) from Ion Science has 10.0eV lamp for fast, reliable detection of highly toxic total aromatic compounds (TACs), including benzene, in high humidity environments.

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12 February 2019

Svantek UK has launched SolarBox, a remote, pole-mounted, all-in-one solar power system for use with its compact, low cost SV 307 Noise Monitoring Terminal.

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04 February 2019

Following the success of Reliability UK 2018 in Manchester, TelLab is bringing this leading conference back to Ireland with a two day event for maintenance and reliability engineers on March 26 and 27 in the Radisson Blu, Cork

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12 February 2019

Weston Handling Consultancy (WHC) has redesigned its anti-crush systems for pedestrian powered warehouse trucks. They are now faster to install, and fit onto MEWPs as well as forklifts.

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31 January 2019

Each PPMonitor from PPM Technology has been designed to give a visual representation of IAQ in a building. A great number of units may be networked together to show precise changes in concentration of selected IAQ gases over time for an entire building.

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31 January 2019

Contact Attachments is urging companies to make sure they are prepared for snow so that they avoid the costly repercussions of closing the doors due to unworkable conditions.

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02 February 2019

Castle is proud to be celebrating over 30 years of training. Over 3,000 delegates from more than 600 companies throughout the world have been successfully trained to Competent Person status. 

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04 February 2019

RRC’s tutors and course development team have been working on a major upgrade of the company's NEBOSH, IOSH & IEMA online courses to improve the learning experience. Initial analysis suggests they now provide better completion and success rates.

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03 February 2019

In addition to finger and hand protection, the latest light curtains from Pilz – PSENopt II – are suitable for body protection to the highest safety category PL e.

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12 February 2019

EAO's latest emergency stop (E-Stop) and stop switches can be used in handheld and compact control applications where mechanical, electrical and environmental performance has to go hand-in-hand with restricted panel depth.

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31 January 2019

The progressively dynamic nature of today's processes and production sequences mean tougher requirements to ensure the safety of man and machine. Against this background, Wieland Electric has upgraded its safety controller. The samos Pro Compact Plus is fit for motion monitoring.

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12 February 2019

Analytical Industries’ trace oxygen analysers are designed to make routine spot checks for leak detection (air ingress) in storage tanks and other vessels quick and easy.

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30 January 2019

The PNOZmulti Configurator Version 10.9 from Pilz is now also available for offline simulation.

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29 January 2019

JSP holds educational seminars at its manufacturing headquarters in Oxfordshire to raise awareness of the importance of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

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29 January 2019

RRC is introducing two new NEBOSH courses to its Dubai classroom schedule for 2019 and expanding the courses it offers in the UK.

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FEATURES

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31 January 2019

The UK is on track to have 1 million women working in core STEM roles by 2020, according to gender balance campaign group WISE, yet women say they are still struggling to find personal protective workwear and footwear that fits, despite ranges of both being available for over a decade. Have women’s ranges been missing the mark or are they simply not finding their way to the women who need them? It seems it’s a bit of both discovers Georgina Bisby

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22 January 2019

There are many things constantly changing in the industrial workplace and anyone using equipment and machinery at work must be adequately trained to ensure health and safety in its use, design and development, supervision or management. Kevan Cowley, Electronic & Safety Specialist with Wieland Electric, looks at the best way to keep abreast of changes and preserve the safety of the workforce.

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14 November 2018

Distilleries have been affected by the update to the EN1755:2015 standard, which has changed how ATEX compliant lift trucks are built and managed. Pyroban explains more

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14 November 2018

Hazardous noise is one of the commonest risks in the workplace, affecting about 30% of workers. It can lead to permanent hearing impairment over time, yet damage to hearing is easily and completely preventable by reducing the risk at source, and/or providing correctly-fitted protective equipment. uvex considers the issue and explains how hearing protection has been reclassified under EU law

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29 October 2018

Wellbeing starts from the feet up and investing in quality, compliant protective footwear helps ensure workers are protected and able to perform at their best, as Simon Ash, UK sales manager at HAIX, explains

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22 August 2018

Airborne dust is the workplace health hazard forgotten by many. However, it is a serious risk to your employees’ health and your company’s long-term finances. In this piece, dust suppression expert, Renby, outlines the risks of airborne dust and the steps you can take to counter its effect on your business

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18 July 2018

Health & Safety Scotland is a free-to-attend b2b exhibition dedicated to Scotland’s safety industry. The event returns to the SEC, Glasgow on the 12th and 13th September 2018. 

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28 June 2018

While all machines supplied in the European Economic Area must comply with the Machinery Directive and be safe, machinery safety is much broader than ensuring compliance with this directive, explains Paul Taylor, head of industrial products (UK) at TÜV SÜD Product Service, a global product testing and certification organisation 

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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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13 June 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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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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COMPANIES

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3M Capital Safety Group Ltd

3M UK Plc

SPONSORED CONTENT

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19 August 2014

The perfect Evac+Chair for narrow evacuation.

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08 December 2015

The Reflex helmet has been designed with Safety and Comfort in mind; High visibility options and/or Reflectors available for improved visibility during poor light conditions as well as ventilation, Terylene cradle and sweatband all as standard.

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02 August 2013

Why buying a 3M respirator means more than simply purchasing a product.

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09 September 2016

The FROG-4000 is a portable GC PID (gas chromatograph with photoionization detector) providing VOC (volatile organic compound) analysis for water, soil and air samples.

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02 August 2013

Diversified technology company 3M has launched a new high-performance coverall which delivers enhanced protection against chemicals and hazardous substances, without compromising on comfort and convenience.

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23 June 2015

Drainage systems tailored to your requirements

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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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25 November 2016

Reach heights between 7.80m - 33.70m

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12 January 2017

Pure steam production that is sterile and free of minerals.

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23 June 2015

Manual & pneumatic for top loading tanker access

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18 May 2016

The Nord-Lock X-series washer is an exceptional new product, giving customers extreme performance and safety, as well as the extra security of never having to risk making the wrong choice. With Nord-Lock X-series, we bring exciting new ideas to the bolt securing field that expand your design possibilities for excellent results.

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23 June 2015

For easy loading of goods and safe bridging access

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08 December 2015

The 1125 Classic is a general purpose, well balanced safety helmet with a Terylene cradle and a Brushed Nylon sweatband.

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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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08 December 2015

Stylish wraparound safety spectacles for fitting prepaid single vision, bifocal or varifocal. *UK Only*

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