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Health & Safety Blog

Welcome to our health & safety blog! Here we offer some top tips on proper equipment use & correct health & safety procedures at home & in the workplace.

The Best Work Lights

The Best Work Lights

When the nights draw in earlier for the autumn and winter, there is less daylight during working hours. Good work lights allow you to get on with jobs safely!

How To Absorb Condensation From Windows

Preventing Condensation On Windows

Read our blog to find out how to absorb condensation from windows and remove excess moisture from a room!

Ladder safety blog

Top Tips For Ladder Safety

Follow our top tips on the safe use of ladders when working at height!

How To Get Rid of Rodents

How To Get Rid of Rodents (Rats & Mice)

This guide covers how to get rid of rodents like rats & mice from a home or workplace. Rodents can quickly outstay their welcome, so act as soon as possible!

3 Health Benefits To Carpet Cleaning

Using a carpet cleaning machine to clean your carpets helps to improve the appearance of your home and extend the life of your carpets, but it also has some health benefits!

How To Use A Ladder Safely

Ladders & steps can be used on site and in the workplace for many short duration, low risk tasks. They are often the best means of access for jobs at height.

What is Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome?

Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) is a condition which can affect anyone working with tools and equipment which vibrate, over a longer period of time. It is essential that you understand the risks associated with HAVS and take action to minimise these risks.

How To Work Safely At A Height

Working at a height can be extremely dangerous if you do not use the correct equipment, and if the correct precautions are not taken. Though if you use appropriate, safe equipment and take extreme care, you can work safely at a height with confidence.

Top Tips For Avoiding Injury Whilst Gardening

Gardening can present some potential injury risks, however following some basic tips and preventative measures, you can minimise the risk of injury whilst gardening and be free to enjoy your piece of paradise!