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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."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Health and safety at work

    What is Health@Work?

    Health@Work is an independent charity which aims to promote a healthier, happier workplace. Established in 1994, the organisation is at the cutting edge of health and safety in the workplace. Health@Work provides support for all sizes of organisations when it comes to health, safety and well-being, including assistance developing policies, risk assessments and audits. The….

    What is Public Health England?

    Public Health England is an organisation which is responsible for the protection and improvement of the country’s health and wellbeing. Established in 2013, Public Health England brings together specialists from more than 70 organisations. It has 15 local centres and covers four separate regions of the UK: North of England South of England Midlands and….

    What is the IPAF PAL+ Course?

    The IPAF (International Powered Access Federation) PAL (Powered Access Licence) training courses are a very familiar part of any training programme in construction, but there is now one further step that staff can take if they wish to go further in their knowledge of how to use their equipment safely. The IPAF PAL+ course is….

    The NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety

    The construction industry involves many different trades and workers all working together towards a common goal. That goal may be to build a house or a shopping centre, or to perform other more minor tasks. Whatever the case may be it is essential to work to high levels of safety, so each and every worker….

    The City & Guilds Level 5 NVQ Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Practice

    The City & Guilds Level 5 NVQ Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Practice offered by the British Safety Council is designed for health and safety officers or practitioners in any industry. The course itself is completed over an 18 month period without assessment and is vital for those who have a responsibility to train….

    How to use a gas detector for safety

    There are many different types of gas detectors, but they are generally used in industrial environments to detect the presence of various gases, including toxic, flammable and combustible gases. Firefighters also use portable gas detectors to check oxygen levels in the air. The purpose of a gas detector is normally to automatically shut down equipment….

    Work lifting injury advice

    If you are looking for work lifting injury advice, Accident Advice Helpline can assist you.  We specialise in compensation claim cases of all types and we are happy to provide you with advice free of charge, regardless of whether you want to make a claim with us.  Our freephone helpline is available around the clock….

    Mandatory health and safety requirements in the workplace

    Mandatory rules regarding health and safety are essential in reducing the chances of an accident at work. What is the main source of material for health and safety practices in the workplace? The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (also referred to as HSWA, the HSW Act, the 1974 Act or HASAWA) is the….

    Appropriate training can prevent workplace injuries

    Every year, around 650,000 people are injured at work in the UK, with many of these injuries being fully preventable. Although the Health and Safety at Work Act of 1974 has made our workplaces infinitely safer, there are still a huge number of employer negligence cases passing through the courts each year, because in many,….

    Your safety: employers obligations

    If you’ve incurred an injury at work, then the chances are you could be eligible for compensation, especially if the injury arose as a result of negligence on the part of your employers.  One of the tricky things about this is deciding exactly what your employers obligations are – where is the line between employer….

    How to claim for heavy lifting accidents

    Employers have a duty to protect their employees from accidents within the workplace. They are obliged by law to ensure that their employees receive adequate training and guidance, with regard to safety procedures at work. However, heavy lifting accidents continue to occur, affecting hundreds of workers in the UK every year. Where these accidents are….

    The most dangerous warehouse work hazards

    If you work in a warehouse, then you are probably aware of many of the hazards that you face on a daily basis. Warehouse work doesn’t have to be a dangerous job, and provided your employer takes health and safety seriously, there’s no reason to worry about being injured in an accident at work. However,….

    Who is responsible for prevention of work hazards?

    Hazards are all around us at work, whether you work in retail, in a factory or in an office. We don’t often stop to think about our personal safety at work, but maybe we should if we want to reduce the risk of accidents occurring. So who is responsible for the prevention of work hazards?….

    Being injured by outdoor work hazards

    Working outdoors can be great, especially in the summer months when the sun is shining and the sky is blue. But every job that involves working outside comes with its own set of risks, and outdoor work hazards could easily lead to an accident if you are not careful. Ultimately, you rely on your employer….

    Have you been hurt by maintenance work hazards?

    Maintenance work could involve working on a building site, working at height on a roof or even working underground in a basement or cellar. Carrying out physical labour always brings with it some risks. But there are steps you can take to keep yourself safe at work and avoid maintenance work hazards. Whether you’re working….

    How lifting work hazards can injure you

    Do you spend your days at work lifting heavy loads or awkwardly shaped goods? If so, you could be at risk of sustaining a manual handling injury. Lifting work hazards are not something that most of us think about, but a manual handling injury could affect your back, shoulders, arms – even your knees. Proper….

    Preventing work hazards in a kitchen

    Working in a commercial kitchen, or even using the staff kitchen at work can put you at risk of being injured by a number of hazards. A busy commercial kitchen will have several staff members rushing to carry out their jobs, hot items, electrical items and any number of other work hazards in a kitchen…..

    Are there any shift work health hazards?

    Are you classed as a shift worker? Shift workers are any workers who work outside the standard 9-5 hours, not just those working night shifts. There are a number of shift work health hazards associated with working antisocial or long hours, and if your job has put your health at risk and caused you to….

    General work hazards everyone should know

    Whether you work in a shop, an office, a warehouse, a factory or even on a construction site, there are general work hazards that are present in all these environments. Identifying work hazards and taking steps to reduce the risk of accidents could mean the difference between being seriously injured and escaping an accident unharmed…..

    Risk-assessing fieldwork hazards

    If you are being sent to work somewhere other than your usual working environment, there may be risks involved that could cause an accident. It’s the responsibility of your employer to carry out a risk assessment in a new environment to ensure that they are taking steps to keep you safe at work. Fieldwork hazards….

    How work hazards in a factory can cause injuries

    How many work hazards in a factory could you name? Chances are, if you work in a factory each day, you could name quite a few. Factories are busy places, where products are manufactured to be sold to the public. Depending on the items being handled or produced, the hazards could vary in each factory…..

    Understanding workplace hazards for work-related stress

    It is far easier to identify hazards in the workplace that have the potential to lead to injury for the person who encounters them. But what about dealing with workplace hazards for work-related stress? How might your working environment cause you stress, and what can be done to minimise the risks? Stress is a commonly….

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