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. Guidance Regarding Escape Routes

    Guidance Regarding Escape Routes

    This section provides further guidance on the general principles that apply to escape routes and provides examples of typical escape route solutions for a range of common building layouts. The guidance is based on premises of normal risk so if your premises (or part of your premises) are higher (or lower) risk you should adapt the solution accordingly.

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  4. 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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  5. Why traffic signs?

    Why traffic signs?

    Clear and efficient signing is an essential part of highway and traffic engineering and a road with poor signing or with badly maintained signs is an unsatisfactory road. Road users depend on signing for information and guidance; highway authorities depend on signing for the efficient working and the enforcement of traffic regulations, for traffic control, and as an aid to road safety. Signing includes not only signs on posts but also carriageway markings, beacons, studs, bollards, traffic signals and other devices.

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  6. Consumer benefits of photo luminescent signs

    Consumer benefits of photo luminescent signs

    Throughout the UK there are thousands of businesses including offices, factories, warehouses, schools, public buildings, hospitals, shopping centres and the list goes on who all rely upon these photo-luminescent or glow in the dark if you prefer, signs. The signs are self-charging either by daylight or interior lighting and when a certain level of darkness is achieved the signs will self-illuminate, they will actually glow to show the contents of the sign in the dark, let’s say for example you place a glow in the dark sign in the corridor showing fire exit with an arrow then this sign as well as some of the corridor will be illuminated to provide minimal but an adequate amount of light to illuminate your route to the exit. By providing these signs in your premises you will not only assist your staff but members of the public and visitors too.

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  7. Avoiding Slips And Trips Within The Workplace

    Avoiding Slips And Trips Within The Workplace

    Slips and trips are the most common cause of major injuries at work. Around 90% of these are broken bones. The costs to industry are substantial (over £500 million per year) and there is incalculable human cost and suffering to those injured. Floor cleaning is significant in causing slip and trip accidents, both to cleaning staff and others. Legal actions following an injury can be extremely damaging to business.

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  8. Building Fire And Smoke Control Guidance

    Building Fire And Smoke Control Guidance

    To reduce the risk to people if there is a fire, you need to consider how to control or restrict the spread of fire and smoke. The majority of people who die in fires are overcome by the smoke and gases. It is important to ensure that, in the event of fire, the rate of fire growth is restricted in its early stages.

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  9. Carrying Out Works In Public Areas Guidance

    Carrying Out Works In Public Areas Guidance

    It is not only workers who are at risk from construction work. Members of the public are killed and seriously injured each year. The dead and injured include children. Accidents often happen when people are walking near a building being built, refurbished or demolished, or walking near work in the street. Remember, when working in public areas, the work needs to be planned and executed to take account of the needs of children, people with prams, the elderly and those with disabilities.

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  10. Considerations During Construction Groundworks

    Considerations During Construction Groundworks

    Almost all construction work involves some form of excavation (for foundations, drains, sewers etc) and every year people are killed or seriously injured while working in excavations. Many are killed or injured by collapses and falling materials, others are killed or injured when they contact underground or overhead services.

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