First aid at work – Thousand of people each year are injured at work, this can be anything from a cut or fall to something more life threatening. For any low risk environment at a minimum there should be a first aid box and a designated person to co-ordinate first aid arrangements. For more high risk environments there should be designated first aiders. Under the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 (as amended .
Abrasive wheel safety – HSE have published a comprehensive Guide for Safety in the use of abrasive wheels, which has been revised in line with the provision and use of work equipment regulations 1998. It is essential to receive the appropriate training for safe use and working practice of abrasive wheel usage. Machinery that uses discs and wheels for cutting and grinding can be dangerous if not used properly and the user could get .
Verge signs a cost effective and easy fix solution for your business. Our Verge signs are one of our most popular products – they come readily assembled, so can be placed directly into a grass verge or concreted into place. If you are looking for parking solutions, a way of determining designated parking spaces if you cant find what you are looking for, we also offer a bespoke service. Let us know your wording .
3M reflective traffic signs Our traffic signs are all manufactured in accordance with Chapter 8 and TSRGD guidelines. In accordance with BS EN 12899, we use 3M reflective materials, meeting the class specifications of RA1 and R2. Our range of standard signs are also supplied with channelling so they can easily be mounted to posts. On the 1st July 2013 it was stated that any permanent sign that directs traffic as listed in the .
Sometimes you just cant find the sign that you are looking for and because we know how frustrating this can be we offer a detailed Design your own signs service. Decide on which material you want, what size and let us know the text and colours you require. If you want a logo adding then email us your hi-res version. We will then mock up some artwork for you to check over before we .
GHS – Global harmonised system The carriage of dangerous goods by rail, road, sea and inland waterway is regulated internationally by European agreements, regulations and directives and parallel legislation in the UK. Dangerous goods are assigned to different classes dependent upon their predominant hazard. The person responsible for classifying, marking and packaging dangerous goods is the consignor. As well as the requirements specific to their transportation, suppliers of dangerous goods are required by law .
Good to Go Safety Our range of Good to Go Safety products is an innovative safe equipment management system, which aids and encourages workplace equipment safety checks. Its suitable for monitoring all your workplace equipment and supporting the need for regular equipment checks in line with PUWER (Provision and use of work equipment regulations) maintenance and Health and Safety policies. How it works – Tag It – Attach the status tag appropriate to that .
Fire safety and fire signs – The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 places responsibility of fire safety on employers to ensure that fire risk assessments have been conducted to establish fire risks and that appropriate actions are taken to reduce them. Failure to comply could lead to severe legal penalties. Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, any non-automatic fire fighting equipment should be positioned and signed in accordance with BS EN .
New range of safety signs to support laws against smoking in cars with children. We doubt even the most hardened smokers could argue that the new laws banning smoking in cars containing children aren’t long overdue. Therefore our new range of safety signs to support laws against smoking in cars with children help inform and advise. Considering the ban on smoking in enclosed spaces came into force in 2006 & 2007 around the UK, .
New range of e-cigarette safety signs With an estimated 2 million plus people using them in the UK, e-cigarettes are becoming a big talking point and more and more companies are banning them from being used on their premises, to guide and advise we have our new range of e-cigarette safety signs. For example Scotrail have banned them from being smoked on their trains and in their depots. Closely followed by Southern railways whose .