Health and Safety
Health and Safety law entitles workers to work in environments where risks to their health and safety are properly controlled. Health and safety measures prevent you from getting hurt at work or ill through work
Understanding the differences between electrocution and Arc Flash injuries is the first step in understanding why you need different protection from the two types of incident.
Many workplaces require workers and visitors to wear personal protective clothing (PPE) while on worksite premises if there are hazards present in the area such as open flames or chemicals which can cause harm.
Each year, accidents and work-related illnesses cost billions of euros in needless business expenses, enter the Hogan Safety Assessment.
SELECT, the electricians’ trade body in Scotland, has added to the extensive portfolio of services it offers to its members with a new tool to assist with producing vital risk assessment information and guidance.
Health & Safety North is back in Manchester for 2018 and is dedicated to anyone responsible for health and safety at work within industrial, commercial or public sector businesses.
Two-thirds of employees undermine workplace safety with substandard electronic devices and chargers
Employees are unwittingly undermining workplace safety by using ‘untested’ electrical devices in the work place.
Winter is coming, and employers need to watch out for the risks that the cold season with its shorter days brings to construction and utility personnel working and travelling outdoors.
How safe your building is, is paramount for all businesses. From large corporations to small family businesses, there is much to consider when deciding what equipment and measures are required for the safety of the office.
For workers who spend most of their time out in hazardous situations, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) clothing is an absolute necessity to keep them safe on site.
Home security is a top priority for homeowners investing in Smart Home technology, a new census reveals.
Product identification and traceability play a vital role in preventing the loss and misidentification of electrical stock, so don’t dismiss labels as a minor purchase.
By David Barrett-Hague, product marketing manager, industry business at Schneider Electric.
Construction workers are being urged to “Cover Up, Mate” and protect themselves against ultraviolet (UV) damage as part of a new sun care awareness NHS campaign being supported by Jewson.