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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    How often should I clean my fridge and freezer and why?

    The main reason to regularly clean your fridge and freezer is to prevent food poisoning bacteria and other germs ‘carried’ into them by packaging, unwashed hands, used condiment bottles, etc. from getting a foothold and endangering the health of your family. A good clean-out also enables you to discard food past its use-by date, which … Continued

    How to reduce the risk of flooding damaging your home

    Homeowners can reduce the risk of flooding damaging their homes by making a few permanent changes, including: Replacing ground floor coverings with ceramic tiles Using slip-resistant rugs, rather than fitted carpets Raising electric sockets and switches to a minimum of 1.5 metres above ground level (this also helps to prevent injuries by electrocution during a … Continued

    Tips to prevent injury when ice skating this Christmas

    Slippery ice, sharp skates and often unavoidable physical contact combine to make ice skating a potentially dangerous seasonal activity. There are, however, a few things you can do to prevent injury when ice skating this Christmas. Your skates Skate sizes are not necessarily the same as shoe sizes, so make sure you get a pair … Continued

    Who is responsible if I have an accident at the gym?

    Gym owners have a legal responsibility to ensure their members have a safe environment to work out in. This includes provision of: Well-maintained, safe gym equipment Hygienic facilities Vigilant supervisors Knowledgeable trainers It also includes ensuring potential hazards are dealt with promptly or, if this is not possible, marking such hazards clearly. What could cause … Continued

    Why you should always wear shin pads when playing football

    Football is a contact sport and lack of cushioning by tissue and muscle means your shin is extremely vulnerable to kicks, tackles and knocks. Even accidental kicks during a fair challenge or a simple fall can cause extremely painful, debilitating injuries ranging from bruises and abrasions to severe cuts and even broken shin bones. This vulnerability to … Continued

    Common respiratory syndromes on construction sites

    Typically, when we think of accidents at work across the construction sector, we are inclined to recall falls from heights, strikes to the head or equipment-related injuries. That being said, respiratory syndromes are a very real risk for those who work on construction sites. We take a look at some of the most common respiratory … Continued

    Considerations if asked to work outside normal hours

    Laws surrounding working hours are in place to protect both employers and employees. When you are asked to work outside normal hours, there are some implications to take into consideration to minimise the risk of accidents at work. What to consider when asked to work outside normal hours When you are asked to work outside … Continued

    Exercises you can do at your desk to stop RSI

    Repetitive strain injuries are one of the most common work-related ailments for office workers. While some accidents at work cannot be avoided, there are ways to minimise the strain placed on your body each day. In fact, there are quick and simple exercises you can do at your desk to stop repetitive strain injuries in … Continued

    Alleviating a headache caused by eye strain

    Working day in, day out from the computer or a handheld device puts an incredible amount of pressure on the eyes. This pressure can cause headaches of varying severity. As such, employees are likely to require advice surrounding alleviating a headache. Despite the amount of slips, trips and falls and other accidents at work, computer … Continued

    Is it dangerous use headphones at your desk?

    If you work in an office, you will know that it is not uncommon to use headphones at your desk. As an office worker, you may use your own personal headphones at your desk, and it is extremely likely that a number of your colleagues do as well, but can this cause accidents at work? The … Continued

    Injured after touching a rusty nail in the park

    You’ve put your hand on a rusty nail in the park, what to do now? If you’re visiting a public park, you’re probably looking forward to playing with the kids, or enjoying a picnic in the sunshine with friends. There may be a degree of risk when it comes to slips, trips and falls, but … Continued

    Injured in an accident you’re not responsible for

    Have you been injured in an accident that you’re not responsible for? Are you wondering if you could claim compensation? If you’ve suffered injuries in an accident, which wasn’t your fault, Accident Advice Helpline could help you to make a successful personal injury claim. Call us now if you’ve been injured at work or you’ve … Continued

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