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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

    5 beach safe products you wish you had bought


    You may have packed your swimming gear and your kaftan, but have you thought outside of the box and considered some additional beach safe products? While beach safe products may not save you from an accident abroad, they can add a touch of luxury or convenience to your holiday. So forget about any travel accident….

    Equipment to reduce risk of injury at work


    According to the Health and Safety Executive, more than 27 million working days are lost each year to injuries caused by accidents at work and work-related illness. In order to protect employees, employers are often required to provide equipment to reduce risk of injury at work. If you’ve been injured at work as a result….

    Items that limit fire damage in the house


    How much damage a fire does to a house depends a great deal on how quickly it is detected and dealt with. The first two items to buy in order to limit fire damage in your home are therefore smoke detectors and fire alarms. Other items to purchase to limit fire damage Having detected a….

    How often should you replace your fire extinguisher?


    Whether you’re at work or home, it’s always a good idea to be within easy reach of a fire extinguisher. You never know when a fire could break out, and it’s important to act quickly. If you run a business, it’s essential to provide fire extinguishers and ensure that they are checked regularly to prevent….

    How to check a carbon monoxide alarm


    Known as the silent killer, according to the NHS, each year in the UK alone, ‘more than 200 people go to hospital with suspected carbon monoxide poisoning, which leads to around 50 deaths.’ This alarming statistic highlights the importance of having a working carbon monoxide alarm wherever you are, to prevent accidents at work and….

    Accident avoidance gadgets: High visibility jackets & vests


    Safety at work is an extremely important issue. The health and wellbeing of employees is one of the biggest responsibilities company owners and management teams have. Accidents in the workplace can be costly in both a physical and financial sense for victims and employers alike. With this in mind, it is of little surprise that….

    Accident avoidance gadgets: Sat Nav


    The modern car is equipped with an array of gadgets to help increase driver safety and accident prevention. Gone are the days when the options in buying a new car were a sunroof and a CD player and instead replaced by parking sensors, autobrakes and cameras. In this article, Accident Advice Helpline takes a look….

    Accident avoidance gadgets: iPhone anti-sleep pilot app


    Tiredness is a major contributing factor to a great deal of accidents on the road. The only sure way to prevent causing motoring accidents due to tiredness is to take regular breaks. Unfortunately, drivers do not always realise just how tired they are until it is too late. Road traffic accident prevention In an attempt….

    Accident avoidance gadgets: Anti-sleep driving alarm


    When it comes to driving, safety on the road is of absolute, paramount importance. Alarms have been synonymous with safety in several areas of life for many, many years and it was only a matter of time until they infiltrated the motoring market. Say hello to the anti-sleep driving alarm. How does this gadget prevent….

    Accident avoidance gadgets: Bluetooth car kit


    When it comes to staying safe whilst driving and avoiding accidents on the road, every little helps. Road safety is of such paramount importance that anything helping minimise the risk of car crashes, motorcycle accidents and other traffic collisions is undoubtedly a good thing. One of the most significant advancements in terms of safety on….

    Accident avoidance gadgets: Ladder stabilisers


    Accident Advice Helpline is experienced in handling accidents at work across all industries, but by taking simple health and safety measures and investing in certain safety gadgets, the risk of work accidents can be minimised. Working with ladders Ladders are essential to many employment sectors, and most notably in the construction industry, but a ladder….

    Accident avoidance gadgets: Ergonomic keyboards


    Ergonomic keyboards are specially adapted to help support the wrist whilst typing. This can help alleviate any pressure or strain you would usually feel whilst carrying out this task, helping reduce accidents at work. How do ergonomic keyboards work to reduce work injuries? Ergonomic keyboards are often shaped at the bottom in a smooth flowing….

    Accident avoidance gadgets: The ‘Smart Bike’


    The latest statistics from the Department of Transport show that there was an increase in the number of deaths and injuries resulting from road traffic accidents involving cyclists between 2011 and 2012. The figures buck the trend for all other types of road accident and suggest that it is becoming more dangerous to cycle on….

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