No matter how big or small, if you’re holding an event or show, then you’ll need to consider security. The health and safety of staff and visitors is your responsibility so you’ll have to take important steps to keep everyone protected, like installing security equipment.
In April 2018, companies in the UK were required to report their gender pay gap. The construction industry, especially, not appearing in a great light.
Construction sites are natural targets for thieves and vandals. It’s your responsibility to make sure the workers on site are kept safe and that operations aren’t delayed by stolen goods or vandalism.
It’s never been easier to find and order workwear for your staff online. Gone are the days of browsing heavy catalogues and ordering one size fits all items in bulk. You can now order tops, trousers, accessories and PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and have them customised to suit your staff’s and business’ needs.
As the temperature rises, it can be easy for your construction teams to ditch their Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). But it’s your responsibility to make sure workers are provided with the correct PPE. This is what you need to bear in mind to keep them safe and a little more comfortable in the sun.
When we think of keeping people safe in hospitals, everyone’s first thought is usually the patients. What about the staff? Hospital employee safety is imperative so that the hospital is working as efficiently as possible. Here’s everything you need to know to keep your team safe.
Wondering about implementing a new workwear uniform policy into your business? Or simply just thinking about changing your current one? This post outlines the benefits and drawbacks of kitting your team out in uniforms or introducing a casual dress code. See which one works for you.
Topics: Uniform Policy
Exposure to excessive noise levels can be severely harmful to your workers’ health, both short and long term. They are apparent in every industry and construction is up there with the highest noise and longest exposure levels. It’s important that you know what level of decibels is harmful to your workers and the various ways in which you can combat this issue.
Working on the road can expose your team to a bucket load of hazards at the best of times, but in the summer, there are added dangers. This post will outline how to maximise road worker safety in the warmer months of the year.
What if we were to tell you that driving in the snow, pouring rain and freezing temperatures are actually less dangerous than driving in summer? No way, right? Well… the conditions in the summer months contribute to more accidents than any other time of the year. There are various hazards which you’ve got to be careful of. Here are seven summer driving tips to keep delivery drivers safe on the road.