Safety

  1. Why Every Household Needs Clinell Wipes

    Why Every Household Needs Clinell Wipes

    Clinell universal wet wipes are in high demand due to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, sought after by everyone from households, the health sector and medical professionals worldwide. The Clinell range is designed to clean, sanitise and disinfect in under 11 seconds and Kills at least 99.99% of pathogens and is now the UK’s most trusted single-step detergent and disinfectant which is ideal for use on both surfaces and non-invasive medical devices. Their patented near-neutral pH formula ensures exceptional material compatibility and is proven to kill at least 99.99% of pathogens after 10 seconds, norovirus within one minute and reduce instances of MRSA by 55% and Clinell universal wipes are effective against Covid-19 virus in 30 seconds.

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  2. Dealing With Covid-19 In The Workplace

    Dealing With Covid-19 In The Workplace

    What does a business need to do to protect their staff? keep reminding your staff and customers to wear face masks in any indoor areas or where required by law, for example using signage as a reminder. Business owners are not responsible for making sure customer wear face coverings but you can take appropriate steps to make sure customers know they need to wear a face covering, this is a vital reminder to help reduce transmission especially when your customers are going to be around other people they don't normally meet.

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  3. Staff Attendance Boards

    Staff Attendance Boards

    Your employees within your business are vital to the day-to-day operations of your business, what is important to the business owner is ensuring you know where your staff are at any given time. This does not mean where they are within your premises or necessarily what they are doing but more importantly if they are present within the building or not.

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  4. Ringing In The Ears

    Ringing In The Ears

    Ringing in the ears is determined as experiencing a noise while virtually no sound exists. Though it normally manifests which is regularly referred to as a “ringing in the ears,” it may also be perceived as a click or possibly a hiss. It’s a common symptom experienced by One in Five persons in the UK.

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  5. Who Is Exempt From First Aid Training?

    Who Is Exempt From First Aid Training?

    Which health professionals are exempt from a qualification in first aid? Provided they can demonstrate current knowledge and skills in first aid, the training and experience of the following qualify them to administer first aid in the workplace without the need to hold a FAW or EFAW or equivalent qualification: doctors registered and licensed with the General Medical Council; nurses registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council; paramedics registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.

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  6. Who Needs Health And Safety Training?

    Who Needs Health And Safety Training?

    Whether you are an employer or self-employed, are you sure that you’re up to date with how to identify the hazards and control the risks from your work? Do you know how to get help – from your trade association, your local Chamber of Commerce, or your health and safety enforcing authority? Do you know what you have to do about consulting your employees, or their representatives, on health and safety issues? If not, you would probably benefit from some training.

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  7. Selecting Your First Aid Personnel

    Selecting Your First Aid Personnel

    Where the first-aid assessment identifies a need for people to be available for rendering first aid, the employer should ensure that they are provided in sufficient numbers and at appropriate locations to enable first aid to be administered without delay should the occasion arise. Where 25 or more people are employed, even in low-hazard environments, at least one such person should be provided. How many first-aiders are needed? The findings of the first-aid needs assessment will help the employer decide how many first-aiders are required.

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  8. Know What First Aid Materials Your Workplace Needs

    Know What First Aid Materials Your Workplace Needs

    When the assessment of first-aid requirements has been completed, the employer should provide the materials, equipment and facilities needed to make sure that the level of cover identified as necessary will be available to employees at all relevant times. This will include ensuring that first-aid equipment, suitably marked and easily accessible, is available in all places where working conditions require it.

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  9. Your Guide To High Noise Levels At Work

    Your Guide To High Noise Levels At Work

    Noise at work can cause hearing damage that is permanent and disabling. This can be hearing loss that is gradual because of exposure to noise over time, but also damage caused by sudden, extremely loud noises. The damage is disabling as it can stop people being able to understand speech, keep up with conversations or use the telephone. Hearing loss is not the only problem. People may develop tinnitus (ringing, whistling, buzzing or humming in the ears), a distressing condition which can lead to disturbed sleep. Safety issues: Noise at work can interfere with communications and make warnings harder to hear.

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  10. Your Guide To Personal Hearing Protection

    Your Guide To Personal Hearing Protection

    Hearing protection should be issued to employees: where extra protection is needed above what has been achieved using noise control; as a short-term measure while other methods of controlling noise are being developed. You should not use hearing protection as an alternative to controlling noise by technical and organisational means. Providing hearing protectors and managing their use.

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