Monday, June 25, 2018

Health & Safety

Home Health & Safety
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...
Choosing the right technician will determine the quality of the job in the long term. Choosing the wrong tradesman could leave both your home and family at risk. That’s why at Pat.org.uk we’ve prepared this easy-to-grasp guide to help you...
Health and safety is vital in a workplace. By law, it’s your duty as an employer to protect your employees and it makes good business sense as it can help you reduce the number of absences due to injuries...
Whether you have been settled in for a while, or just moving into a home you just bought, there are certain things of which you want to be mindful. One of those things is the foundation of your house....
In the cold and invariably wet conditions of Britain, damp is an altogether too common problem for homeowners. With an influx of poor weather set to besiege the country in the coming days and weeks, the Met Office has...
Hospitals, doctors’ surgeries and care homes are trusted to look after people in their most vulnerable state. As such, any medical facility has a responsibility to provide the best possible care while also keeping their patients safe. In addition...
Safety should be a priority in every home. Prevent safety hazards like electrocutions and house fires by having the responsibility as a homeowner to understand electrical safety principles and adhere to them. When it comes to using electrical appliances inside...

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