Promoting a positive Health & Safety Culture

Promoting a positive Health & Safety culture

Having a strong Health & Safety culture or approach within your organisation goes way beyond keeping employees safe at work. Yes, your employee’s safety should most-definitely be at the forefront, but it has also been shown that having a strong and positive Health & Safety culture can affect everything from manufacturing processes to profits. The […]

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Avoid expensive Health & Safety slip-ups

Avoid expensive Health & Safety slip-ups

Research suggests that Health & Safety fines for businesses have more than doubled in 2015/16 in comparison to the previous year; £38.3 million versus £18.1 million. We all know that Health & Safety can often fall onto the back-burner; managing employees, organising workloads, monitoring revenue and planning for the future are just a few of […]

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Safety & Health Expo

Safety & Health Expo London

We’re all getting ready here at Safety Media to attend the Safety & Health Expo being held in London Excel from 20-22 June. The show is labelled as the UK’s no.1 Health & Safety event and conference and completely FREE to attend, so if you haven’t already, please register here. You will find us on […]

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Safety Media Team 2017

Safety Media Head Office move

As Safety Media continues to expand, we are delighted to announce that as of Monday April 24th 2017 Safety Media head office has moved to a brand new location. The new office is brighter, more contemporary and reflective of the forward thinking approach Safety Media takes to all of our business practices. The space is open […]

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driving at work

Top Tips for driving at work

Over 5,000 accidents involving transport in the workplace are recorded by the HSE each year, with 50 resulting in fatalities. So, with such a high number of accidents being recorded, how can business owners ensure employees and customers driving to work are kept safe? Keep records of all agency drivers While it is common practice for […]

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musculoskeletal disorders

Work-related musculoskeletal disorders

Even though information and training on preventing chronic injuries is readily accessible nowadays, year after year we are still seeing a disconcerting rise in cases of work-related musculoskeletal disorders. Although not life threatening, both episodic and chronic cases significantly reduce a person’s quality of life and currently affect a sizeable portion of the population. According […]

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new fines

New fines for speeding drivers kick in

The new fines for speeding came into force on the 24th April 2017- and the penalties are a lot tougher. New higher penalties will be introduced- and they could be as high as 175% of your weekly income. Fines for the most serious breaches will have a starting point of 150% of a person’s weekly […]

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