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Women in Health and Safety

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we take a look at some influential women who have impacted occupational health and safety over the years. Origin of International Women’s Day Since the early 1900’s individuals around the world have come together in … Read More

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Vicarious Liability

HEALTH & SAFETY 5 min read Vicarious Liability: when an employee’s actions become your responsibility Written by Don Cameron, StaySafe We’re taught to take responsibility for our own actions, but when it comes to health and safety, it’s not always … Read More

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How can we better protect our parking enforcement officers?

HEALTH & SAFETY 4 min read Industry spotlight: how can we better protect our parking enforcement officers? Written by Lorraine Hughes, StaySafe With more than 8 out of 10 parking attendants in the UK being verbally abused at least once … Read More

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Social distancing

HEALTH & SAFETY 4 min read Social distancing and rising levels of workplace violence have increased the need for specialist lone worker protection Written by Don Cameron, StaySafe With the pandemic set to change the way we work for the … Read More

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Nurse working alone

Best lone worker app

Employers have a duty of care to protect their employees from harm. In some environments, no matter how stringent the risk assessment or safety measures put in place, the risk is too great to allow for lone working. So when is working alone not okay? … Read More

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BS 8484

BS 8484

LEGISLATION 6 min read What is lone worker BS 8484 and why is it important? Written by Don Cameron, StaySafe Lone worker devices and ARC response services are accredited by the British Standards Association under BS 8484. Here we take … Read More

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When is working alone not ok? Lone worker law and legislation

Employers have a duty of care to protect their employees from harm. In some environments, no matter how stringent the risk assessment or safety measures put in place, the risk is too great to allow for lone working. So when is working alone not okay? … Read More

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Workplace fatalities across the US

Despite most employers trying to ensure the safety of their staff, unfortunately, fatal workplace accidents can and do happen. In recent years, there have been a number of statistics that suggest workplace fatalities are steadily increasing in the US. Across … Read More

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Workplace Hazards

1 in 6 would not report identified workplace hazards despite 25% admitting that they or someone they worked with had been harmed at work. … Read More

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