Thursday, June 20, 2019

Health & Safety

Home Health & Safety
Replacing tiles, repairing cracks and structural jobs are all difficult tasks for carrying out repairs on a roof. And, while they do not always need to be carried out by a qualified roofing professional, they do have several risks for...
Working from height relates to any workplace activity that is above ground or below another person or group of people that could be injured if health and safety precautions are not taken. Working safely when it comes...
Having a strong focus on workplace training is a particularly smart move for any business. This is especially true for warehouses and other similar businesses that use forklift trucks as part of their operations. Forklift truck training is an important...
Forklift trucks can be a key piece of equipment for many industries, such as construction, as well as being useful for dealing with large volumes of stock inside of warehouses. But, with around 1,300 UK workers being  hospitalised each...
Has your neighbourhood been experiencing some trouble from house break-ins recently?You do not want your house to be next on the list. So, once you have upped the security on the door, why not also look into a stronger...
Ever since the regulatory reform that was made in 2006 took place, then any responsible person for properties that are non-domestic must have a fire risk assessment. This assessment will need to include steps that reduce or eliminate the chances...
To purchase new fitness equipment is something you should somewhat carefully plan. Yes. As silly as that might sound but if you fail to prepare it might cost you both nerves and funds. Do you have its location well-thought...
It does not matter if you are a heavy smoker and are trying to rent out your suburban home, or you have just moved into a house that reeks of cigar smoke, there are some simple but effective steps...
If you live in an old house it is likely there will be some damp problems. Damp can come from a broken or breached damp course, damage to roof tiles, water ingress around windows, leaking pipes, leaking drains or...
The majority of homes aren’t built with wheelchair access in mind. This means if you want to make your home wheelchair accessible, you’re going to potentially need to make some pretty big changes. The good news is, if you...

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