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The Tallest Waves in Recorded History

25 May 2020

If you have ever seen a tsunami then you will know the immense power the sea can unleash. This can lead to enormous waves causing massive destruction, but what are the biggest waves ever seen on Earth?

The Highest Tsunami Wave

We need to go back to 1958 to discover the most incredible tsunami to ever hit the planet. This happened when an earthquake shook the Fairweather Fault in Alaska, causing millions of cubic metres of rock to crash down into Lituya Bay from over 900 metres above.


Most Common Workplace Injuries and How to Avoid Them

21 May 2020

Workplace accidents can be inevitable, even as more and more employers are focusing on ways to avoid potential hazards in their organisations. Hundreds and thousands of unforeseen circumstances can always occur even in places least expected. The following are some of the most common types of injuries to look out for and ways you can implement to prevent them.



History’s Most Infamous Construction Failures

20 May 2020

While most construction jobs go to plan, the potential for disaster is never far away. If we look back over some of the most infamous failures in the history of building work, we can see how oversights and lack of diligence can lead to massive mistakes.

The Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy


6 Common Myths About Workplace Safety That You Should Beware

20 May 2020

Perhaps you must’ve heard myths about different aspects of life at some point in your life. Workplace safety is not immune to myths, either. There are several things in the workplace that employers and workers tend to get wrong. We have compiled a list of six most common myths that need to be disregarded to enhance workplace safety.



Health and Safety Update: UK Under Fire for Failing to Protect Workers

19 May 2020

With many people now going back to work after the lockdown was relaxed, health and safety is a huge issue. However, the UK’s approach has been criticised in recent days, as it was revealed that the country is falling behind other European nations with the latest regulations.

The European Study


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