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How to perform a successful risk assessment

Every company with employees has a lawful duty to perform a risk assessment that considers all potential hazards in the workplace: physical, chemical, biologica...

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Substances of Very High Concern - Updated

What is the Candidate List of Substances of High Concern?   The Candidate List is a list of substances which are considered to cause harm to people or the envir...

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Maximise Incident Management to Minimise Accidents. Webinar Q+A

Following the feedback received from our recent webinar titled “Maximise Incident Management to Minimise Accidents” we have put an article together answering yo...

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Physical Strain as a Risk Factor

What can an employer do to reduce physical stress in the workplace?   Work positions, movements, use of force, methods and surroundings all put strain on the mu...

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Returning to The Workplace: A Summarised Guide

Are you one of the many who have or will soon return to the workplace? Or are you one of those who will still be working from home for a while? Either way it is...

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How to become ISO 45001 certified

According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), over 7 600 people die each day from work-related accidents or diseases – that’s over 2.78 million ever...

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What should I look for in a safety management system

It is said that occupational safety will never be complete - even if zero accidents have been achieved. Good safety must be earned every day, and in every task ...

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How to fulfill the REACH demands for chemical safety legislation

Does your company produce, import or use chemicals or chemical products? If yes, then your company likely has obligations in the EUs REACH legislation. Not sure...

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How to manage hazardous chemicals in the workplace

One of the most common hazards found in the workplace is the use, handling and storage of hazardous substances. The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (C...

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