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15 December 2014

How building industry employers can reduce the risks of accidents

Raising awareness of everyday risks in the workplace With the government’s Revitalising Health and Safety initiative underway, personal injury specialists Johnson Law are working to raise awareness of the everyday risks within the workplace, and offer advice on how employers reduce the risks to staff. They have produced this infographic which highlights some interesting facts[…]

  • 15 December 2014

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24 November 2014

1.3 million tradespeople at risk of being exposed to asbestos

GGF support HSE new Beware Asbestos campaign The Glass & Glazing Federation (GGF) is supporting the recently launched Health and Safety Executive (HSE) campaign to help tradespeople work more safely with asbestos and protect themselves from danger. HSE survey 1.3 million tradespeople are potentially at risk of being exposed to asbestos. many tradespeople at risk[…]

  • 24 November 2014

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26 September 2014

Warnings about deafness & tinnitus caused by excessive noise on building sites

Use the link above to access the complete Johnson Law infographic on Industrial Deafness and Tinnitus David Johnson from Johnson Law “If a job consistently exposes employees to noise levels of 80dB or more, then they are at risk of developing industrial deafness or tinnitus”. Although call centres, night clubs, bars and factories are among[…]

  • 26 September 2014

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26 September 2014

Warnings about deafness and tinnitus caused by excessive noise on building sites

Use the link above to access the complete Johnson Law infographic on Industrial Deafness and Tinnitus David Johnson from Johnson Law ñIf a job consistently exposes employees to noise levels of 80dB or more, then they are at risk of developing industrial deafness or tinnitusî. Although call centres, night clubs, bars and factories are among[…]

  • 26 September 2014

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26 March 2014

MCRMA ‘Non fragility of roofs’ guidance on accessing roofs

Metal Cladding and Roofing Manufacturers Association   MCRMA member companies can advise on the suitability and performance of materials, systems and assemblies which may be used within a tested and rated non-fragile roof assembly. In addition, the MCRMA Safety Lines Group has been formed to address industry concerns that the specific requirements for safe work[…]

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