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Compliance

Elevating the safety issues around lifts and lifting equipment

Feb 24, 2017
Philip Barker

Lifts, lifting equipment and lifting accessories are essential part of modern life. They remove the need to climb numerous flights of stairs in an office and make working in an industrial environment more tolerable. Often,...

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Safety

Lessons to be learned from working at height legislation breaches

Feb 23, 2017
Philip Barker

The year has barely got underway and already several companies have received significant fines for breaches of legislation in relation to Working at Height Regulations 2005. Here Moorepay looks at the lessons to be learned...

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Safety

Five questions answered on the new, tighter rules governing Child Car Seats

Feb 17, 2017
Donna Buckle

As a nation we drove 317bn miles between us last year, whether through commuting to work or doing the shopping. But while most of us are aware of rules around driving safety like speed limits...

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Safety

Driving home safety through safe workplace transport policy

Jan 30, 2017
Donna Buckle

2016 ended badly for one Staffordshire-based logistics company after they received heavy fines following two serious employee injuries in just two days in a story that should drive home the importance of safe workplace transport....

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Safety

Getting to grips with changes to Manual Handling guidance

Dec 18, 2016
Donna Buckle

It’s something we do every day at home and work, yet manual handling is the biggest cause of work related injuries in the UK. And if we don’t manage it properly, manual handling can lead...

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Safety

Banish the bah humbugs – top tips for decorating the office safely

Dec 05, 2016
Ron Young CMIOSH OSHER

What can you possibly do in an office around Christmas that puts life and limb at risk? The answer you’re searching for is hanging up decorations around the office, and that’s because many people don’t...

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Safety

New sentencing guidelines focus on potential outcomes of H&S breaches

Nov 28, 2016
Philip Barker

How have the latest changes to sentencing guidelines affected the outcomes of recent cases and why should business owners shift their focus when managing Health and Safety failures? A recent case involving a care home...

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HR

Managing your team in extreme weather conditions [CHECKLIST]

Nov 21, 2016
Philip Barker

With forecasters predicting up to four months of stormy weather ahead, Britain could be facing the worst winter in 100 years. Managing your team during a period of disruption can be a challenge, so here’s...

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Safety

Slips and trips: six tips for exercising your duty of care on paths and car parks

Nov 15, 2016
Ron Young CMIOSH OSHER

During autumn and winter months there is increased risk to employees and other pedestrians from slipping and falling whilst walking between buildings or to their cars. Longer nights, less light, fallen leaves, and wet and...

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