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All workplaces are required to provide suitable first aid kits for employees. But what exactly do you put in this box? Here is our complete checklist.
First aid knowledge is essential for everyone in all workplaces as you never know when you may need to act in an emergency situation. Take our quiz here.
Each workplace comes with its own set of dangers. We outline the most common office injuries and how you can go about preventing them here.
Trained first aiders are an asset to every workplace. Understand the responsibilities and qualities of a good first aider here.
It is essential to identify grinding hazards in your workplace and put controls in place to reduce risk. Learn more about keeping your employees safe here.
If your role involves grinding and abrasive wheels, it is essential to be aware of the hazards involved. Gain a deeper understanding of grinding hazards here.
Scaffolding is temporary structure used to gain access to work at height. Discover some of the scaffolding safety requirements here.
Gypsum has many uses in the construction industry, but what do you actually know about it, is it dangerous, and does it contain asbestos? Find out here.
Lock out/tag out is a safety process that helps to safeguard employees against risks. Find guidance on improving the LOTO procedure in your workplace here.
Having an asbestos management plan is important because it ensures you are managing the risks from asbestos effectively. We outline the requirements here.
Having first aid measures in place to deal with potential incidents at work is vital. Learn about the requirements for how many first aiders you need here.
The six main types of asbestos are often characterised by their colours. So, what is the most dangerous asbestos colour? Learn more here.
Defensive driving is about being able to anticipate hazards and act accordingly. Find a number of tips to help improve your safe driving technique here.
Many people are required to drive as part of their role at work, and this can present a number of risks. Find a range of driving safety tips for employees here.
There are a multitude of different hazards and risks to health and safety when working as a bricklayer. Download a free bricklaying risk assessment here.
It is important to be aware of the potential risks associated with working while pregnant. We provide a free workplace pregnancy risk assessment template here.
Risks to the health and safety of salon staff and customers need to be managed on a daily basis. Download a free beauty salon risk assessment template here.
We undertook a survey of over 2000 adults to find out how often fire safety advice is being put into practice. Take a look at our fire safety report here.
If work in confined spaces is not carried out safely, there can be serious consequences. Find an overview of the legislation regulating work in confined spaces here.
First aid needs assessments are vital in helping to determine the type of first aid provisions that a business must have in place. Find out what this entails here.