Fire safety in the workplace

Posted by Adrian Sallis on May 7, 2019 4:52:28 PM

Of the many potential health and safety hazards, perhaps the most terrifying to contemplate are fire related. In particular, for office workers without heavy machinery to manage, forklifts to dodge, heights to scale or holes to fall into it's easy for complacency to set in and the very real danger that fire can present can be ignored. Despite this fires are the most common cause of damage and death in any workplace.

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8 Investments to Bring a Safety Culture to Life.

Posted by Richard Warren on May 1, 2019 1:39:10 PM

 

There is a small cafe located in the heart of Toronto’s Kensington Market, set up in a quaint home painted a blaze of turquoise that reminds me of the joy of eating out. Not only does Fika serve wonderful food and a superb elderflower rose water lemonade (I'm not a great coffee drinker) but it fills more than your hunger for sustenance. It fills your hunger for delight. It is quite simply worth the 'cost of admission'. Money well spent.

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Traditional values in developing a safety culture

Posted by Richard Warren on Apr 10, 2019 4:18:45 PM

 

Young businessman in suit running in hamster wheel
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A strong safety culture - getting started is just the beginning

Posted by Richard Warren on Mar 26, 2019 10:26:32 AM

 

It's Just The Beginning road sign with sun background
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3 Steps to Developing a Successful Safety Culture

Posted by Richard Warren on Mar 13, 2019 10:57:58 AM

What do crossing signals and Safety Culture have to do with each other?

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Building Health and Safety Culture for Everyone's Benefit

Posted by Seline McNamee on Sep 2, 2016 10:32:22 AM

Since the introduction of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015, concerns have been raised that the emphasis on the punitive measures of the new legislation isn’t doing anything to actually make our workplaces safer.

Experts in the industry are concerned that a fear of the consequences of failing to obey the law to the letter means that businesses are only aiming to meet the minimum Health and Safety requirements. Focusing on the benefits to everyone of a holistic Health and Safety Culture in the workplace would be a better goal.

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