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PAT Testing in Schools

The definition of a portable appliance is anything that has a cable and cord and goes to an outlet plate, in fact we have 6 degrees of portable! Hand Held, Stationary, Moveable, IT, Portable and Fixed! Portable appliances can include such items as kettles, vacuum and...

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Importance of Health and Safety Training in The Workplace

Accidents happen in workplaces, we have to accept that fact, however we can do more to reduce them in the workplace. There are several factors that lead to unexpected accidents. There can be mechanical faults, power problems, and carelessness of the employees, which...

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Save on your PAT testing costs

Are you looking to save on your PAT testing costs? well if so you are in good company. Lots of companies just like yours are getting competent members of staff trained to conduct the function of PAT testing themselves in-house and either saving money or adding another...

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Benefits of Manual Handling training for your business

Contrary to popular opinion, manual handling is not just limited to lifting and carrying of loads. It also involves pulling, pushing, lowering loads as well as pulling levers and operating power tools. Manual handling training courses are meant to help workers carry...

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Benefits of COSHH Training Courses

COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) is a law controlling the substances injurious to health. The law requires employers working with dangerous materials that they would not pose a risk to the health of employees or to the environment. This is a very...

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Health and safety training and its importance for business

Any business no matter how small is responsible for creating a safe and healthy environment for all its employees. In order to do this, one key element of staff development is that of Health and Safety training. There are a number of benefits to ensuring that all...

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How does PAT testing reduce risks for a business?

How does PAT testing reduce risks for a business? Businesses are required by law to provide a safe working environment, suitable tools and training. Although PAT testing is not a legal requirement it is the best way to ensure that the legal requirements are met...

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Is a safe worker a more productive worker?

It’s very easy to believe that workplace safety regulations are restrictive and time-consuming and could possibly lower productivity in the workplace. It’s equally straightforward to assume that having to follow a precise procedure, or filling in a risk assessment...

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Manual Handling and why we need training for staff.

Do your employees move heavy objects? Most of the time, you and your staff won't even think about it, lifting things are just part of our normal day, but many manual handling injuries are the result of poor lifting techniques. In some cases, poor manual handling can...

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5 reasons to conduct health and safety training.

Meeting requirements for Health and Safety has the ultimate goal of protecting your employees from harm. You would not want a workplace accident on your conscience; or to feel responsible for long-term effects from work on someone’s health. Further to this, having...

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