Jewson launch new Health & Safety Awareness leaflet
Health and safety leaflet
Latest products, tools and equipment plus practical health and safety advice for trade professionals now available in a new leaflet from Jewson.
Available at many Jewson branches nationwide and all Tool Hire branches
Health and safety is vital whatever size construction site.
However, according to a recent report from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), nearly one in five construction sites failed safety checks.
Jewson Health & Safety Awareness leaflet
Includes overview of relevant legislation plus important issues when preparing for and working on site, such as:
- working at height
- dust control
- dealing with asbestos
- managing LPG and Gas Fuelled Equipment
- and Arm Vibration (HAV)
- Whole Body Vibration (WBV)
Jewson’s new leaflet goes on to detail relevant products such as a safety kit, including:
- dust mask
- ear protection and gloves
- safety boots and trainers
- first aid kits
- waterproof jackets and trousers
- ladders and harness kits
- disposable coveralls
The leaflet also includes information on relevant training such as free Health & Safety Certification at Jewson branches by fully trained Paslode Spit professionals on the use and maintenance of its tools.
For further information please visit your local Jewson branch.
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