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A key concern for health and safety managers responsible for a business, which operates using vehicles alongside employees at ground level, is the risk of collisions. You must ensure you put forward precautions such as safety barriers, to help reduce the chances of a crash. Failure to do so may contribute to the severity of any injuries caused by a collision, as well as damages to stock,...24 January 2018in Health and Safety
Regardless of where you work, whether it be in a warehouse or an office, there are always potential hazards that can lead to accidents. It is imperative that as a business owner and a business runner, you are aware of the dangers that hazards can pose and that you act upon them swiftly.
It doesn’t take much for an accident to occur – loose cables along the floor or a dodgy ceiling tile – there is...4 October 2017in Health and Safety
If you’re a business owner, you may have several questions running through your mind. Are my staff happy? What’s my financial outlook for the next quarter? Is my business premises safe to work within? If the answer to the latter question isn’t crystal clear, maybe it’s time for a change.
It is impossible to make a business accident-proof, as an accident in the workplace can spring from absolutely...21 September 2017in Health and Safety
Flexible Safety Barriers in your Workplace
What is strong but flexible, designed for maximum visibility and minimum maintenance, innovative and versatile, and can be used for a number of different applications?
This isn’t some kind of complicated riddle. The answer is easy; it’s our FLEX IMPACT® safety barriers.
We know it sounds too good to be true but our flexible safety barriers truly are...18 april 2017in Health and Safety
Flexible Airport Safety Barriers
Airports are extremely busy places. As well as all the planes flying in and out, there are all the support vehicles too. Catering trucks, baggage handlers, forklifts, ground support, dollies, fuel trucks, container loaders, passenger buses; the list goes on.
With all that traffic, it’s not surprising that accidents happen. Damage to buildings, equipment and...2 March 2017in Health and Safety