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 .