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These new ALLroundWork Jackets and Gilets are just what the name suggests – delivering a great all-round performance on site with a Ripstop water-resistant outer fabric and a coated inner fabric for extra durability. They’re wind-resistant too and all have the features and functionality that you’d expect in Snickers Workwear clothing. Designed for optimum comfort and flexibility when you’re on the move, they’re great-looking working clothes that will keep you feeling comfortable wherever you are and whatever you’re doing at work in cold and windy weather.
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The British Safety Council awards industrial services specialist, Leadec, with two Sword of Honour awards for 2019. Leadec achieves its Sword of Honour awards by demonstrating excellence in the management of health and safety risks at two Jaguar Land Rover plants, where it supplies industrial services. Leadec achieves the maximum five stars in the British Safety Council’s health and safety management audit scheme at all four Jaguar Land Rover sites audited (see release for detail).
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Stephen Harrison, Immediate Past Chairman and Vice President of the Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) has donated over £10,000 to the Chairman’s Charity, Grief Encounter. The money, raised by CHSA members and their guests at the Association’s Gala Ball and Golf Day, will be used to pay for a residential retreat for up to 30 bereaved children. Grief Encounter supports bereaved children and their families to help alleviate the pain caused by the death of someone close.
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Now Freshers Week is now a distant memory and the latest batch of students will have settled into their new lodgings, Universities are being urged to ensure that all campus accommodation windows are suitably secure – and reminded that if they’re not, the cost and effort to make them safe is minimal compared with the potential consequences of death or injury.
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Leading life safety manufacturer, Hochiki Europe, will be hosting a CPD-accredited webinar at 2pm on December 2nd 2019 around the importance of water leak detection in modern buildings. The content in the CPD-session will outline five key applications for water detection, exploring where the threats of leaks come from the causes, costs and measures professionals can take to minimise the threat of water damage. The free-to-attend online seminar is vital for specifiers, installers, facilities managers and insurance consultants looking to reduce risk and ensure safety, security and compliance.
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Continuing to lead the way on certification, Bureau Veritas has helped Fujitsu become the first global technology provider to achieve the ISO 45001 standard on Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S). As one of the world’s largest provider of IT services, Fujitsu employs 156,000 people to offer a full range of technology solutions in over 100 countries. Although the organisation had always believed it was low risk in terms of OH&S, it recognised that in recent years its organisational culture had become systemically intolerant of accidents, incidents and poor safety performance.
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RoSPA has launched a survey to find out more about the causes of the hundreds of thousands of unintentional injuries that happen in the UK every year. RoSPA’s survey – to be delivered online and in hospitals and GP surgeries across the country – will be gathering data specifically with regards to those injuries caused by everyday household items and consumer products, and will help to fill a huge gap in unintentional injury data.
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An increase in road deaths among older motorists and child pedestrians is a serious concern, according to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA). Figures released today by the Department for Transport (DfT) show that the number of people aged 60 and over killed in reported road accidents has increased by 5 per cent from 559 (2017) to 588 (2018), with a rise in the number of drivers and riders of motorcycles over 50cc being killed accounting for this. The number of child pedestrians killed rose from 22 in 2017 to 28 in 2018.
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After a bumper 2019 – in which nearly 2,000 entries from more than 30 countries were received – the RoSPA Health and Safety Awards 2020 are now open for registrations. Every year more and more organisations are signing up to the RoSPA Awards, and winners now represent more than 7million people worldwide, helping to keep them safe at work and beyond.
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