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Understanding and Achieving the Ideal Safety Inspections: Part 1

14 January 2021

What do you understand by the term ideal safety inspection? Is it the surprise visits from an inspector from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE)? Or those inspections conducted following a safety incident? Or the scheduled inspections conducted as part of the safety audits? Well, it certainly isn’t any of the above. Ideal safety inspection refers to a routine that employers and the workforce faithfully observe and manage themselves. Employers need to be aware of everything about the workplace and the work being done in order to protect the workforce and prevent workplace accidents.


Workplace Discrimination: A Big Sensitive Compliance Risk

13 January 2021

Employers and supervisors face potential liability for workplace discrimination claims in almost every stage of employment interaction. Discrimination is a significant area of legal exposure that every employer and supervisors should avoid as much as possible. It is unfair and illegal to practice discrimination when hiring, firing, promoting, disciplining, or providing privileges to your workers. For instance, it’ll be unfair to provide quality, CE accredited fabrications to your permanent employees and uncertified and unsafe equipment to your temporary staff.


Incredible Facts About Earth’s Most Amazing Waterfalls

12 January 2021

Waterfalls are among the most spectacular creations of Mother Nature, but are you aware just how amazing they are? By looking at some of the most famous waterfalls on Earth, we can see what they are all about.

Victoria Falls – The Largest Curtain of Falling Water

Named after Queen Victoria but also known as The Smoke That Thunders and The Place of the Rainbow, Victoria Falls site on the Zambezi River between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Interestingly, it is classed as being the biggest waterfall, despite not being the tallest or widest.


How Could Coronavirus Change Health & Safety at Work?

11 January 2021

There is no doubt that 2020 saw a huge shift in how companies need to act to keep their workers safe from harm. While most people are waiting patiently for a return to their normal lives in 2021, it is becoming clear that this crisis could lead to long-term changes in how we manage health and safety at work. What are the main areas that have emerged in this respect?

Time to Consider New Options


How to Keep Older Workers Safe at Your Workplace

08 January 2021

Older employees tend to experience fewer injuries than younger workers in the workplace because they’re more cautious and experienced. But accidents tend to be more fatal on older workers than their younger colleagues. Therefore, employers need to be more mindful in enhancing the safety of older employees against on-the-job hazards. Below is a list of beneficial and cost-effective recommendations to help keep your ageing employees safe and healthy. Please read on.


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