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Health and Safety New Year’s Resolutions

  “Happy New Year to all of our customers, I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and your heads aren’t too sore from all of your New Year celebrations. I want to personally thank you for your continued support throughout 2019, our nineteenth year in business has...

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First Aid Training Bristol

First Aid Training in Bristol - Arranging For First Aid Training With the variety of first aid training courses that are available - it can sometimes be difficult for businesses and organisations to understand their requirements for first aid and the relevant courses...

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First Aid Course Bristol

Arranging for a First Aid Course With Acorn Health & Safety in Bristol     Offering over 60 different courses, Acorn Health & Safety offers a range of accredited programmes, bespoke courses and e-learning ensuring that we have the right course for...

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IOSH Working Safely

IOSH Working Safely   This one day course is aimed at workers from every type of workplace and covers health and safety basics in an easy to understand, interactive style. Interestingly we have had people from very different industries; construction, healthcare...

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Fire Safety

Fines for fire safety breaches have soared since Grenfell       The average fine handed down for breaches of the Fire Safety Order has risen sharply since the fire at Grenfell Tower in 2017. Reviewing 200 of his cases brought under the legislation, fire...

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Training Focus – Manual Handling

According to the most recent figures released by the Health and Safety Executive (2018/19) work related Muscular Skeletal Disorders (MSD) still account for 37% of work related ill health. This equates to 6.9 million work days lost due to work related MSD. The main...

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Tip of the Month – Candle Safety

The Do’s and Don’ts of Candles       Always put candles on a heat resistant surface. Be especially careful with night lights and tea lights, which get hot enough to melt plastic. TVs are not fire-resistant objects Put them in a proper holder. Candles...

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Industry Spotlight – Fire Risk Assessment

Fire risk assessments are required to be carried out by law to ensure that the risks associated with fire are minimised in non-domestic premises. This typically means workplaces, but can also include common areas of premises provided by a Landlord. As is regularly...

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