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  • Contact Us
    can we release the contact details of anyone featured in our case studies or articles Please note that to prevent spam the email address below is an image so you ll need to type it in manually Jane Marshall Features Editor WorkplaceSafetyAdvice Daresbury Point Green Wood Drive Manor Park Cheshire WA7 1UP Join me on Facebook Add me on facebook to keep up with my latest news and gossip I ll be sharing snippets about our websites keeping you up to date with our latest fan page views and letting you know about exciting new things we re up to with our business It would be great to hear from you too share your tips views and news Search for janemmarshall in Facebook search Want to Write for Us If you are very experienced in your field and consider yourself an expert then we are interested in having you write for us If you would like to join us then send an email to Jane Marshall Please include Details of your experience or qualifications in this subject Details of your experience in writing about this topic Examples of your previously published work Our Images We get lots of requests to use our images for which we don t generally own the copyright as we buy them from photographers around the world Unfortunately we can t grant you the right to use them You might be better either buying a cheap image or using one off Wikipedia etc that has a creative commons licence Getting sued by a nasty image library is not pleasant we know Previous Page Next Page Related Articles in the Site Information Category Cookies Policy Discussions Guidelines Tell Us Your Story Guidelines for Submitting Comments Use Our Content RSS News Feed Listings FAQ Link To Us About Our Site Contact Us Disclaimer Notice IP Copyright Notice Terms of Use and Privacy Notice Topics Work Safety Law Case Studies Ask Our Experts Avoiding Accidents Work with Substances Transport High Risk Workplaces Health Issues Safe Environment Working with People HR Matters Site Information Latest Comments WorkplaceSafetyAdvice Re Dealing with Employee Theft EvertonBoy Your Question My brother has stole 100 from the supermarket where he works and all I wanna no is what will happen 16 February 2016 Scole Re Dealing with Employee Theft I m am pregant can my emplpyerget rid of me because I am on a temporary contract 16 February 2016 EvertonBoy Re Dealing with Employee Theft My brother has stole 100 from the supermarket where he works and all I wanna no is what will happen to him Im so worried in case 15 February 2016 emma Re Do I Need a Hygiene Certificate to Make Sandwiches I work in a nursery which has a cook who works mornings In the afternoons the staff prepare the 12 February 2016 Law Re How Many Breaks am I Entitled to How much break am I entitled to on a 8 hour night shift heavy lifting involved 12 February

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  • IP & Copyright Notice
    has been created and is hosted in the United Kingdom The terms and conditions and accordingly all visits to this website shall be governed by the laws of England and the court of England will have exclusive jurisdiction over any disputes arising in relation to these terms and conditions Previous Page Next Page Related Articles in the Site Information Category Cookies Policy Discussions Guidelines Tell Us Your Story Guidelines for Submitting Comments Use Our Content RSS News Feed Listings FAQ Link To Us About Our Site Contact Us Disclaimer Notice IP Copyright Notice Terms of Use and Privacy Notice Topics Work Safety Law Case Studies Ask Our Experts Avoiding Accidents Work with Substances Transport High Risk Workplaces Health Issues Safe Environment Working with People HR Matters Site Information Latest Comments WorkplaceSafetyAdvice Re Dealing with Employee Theft EvertonBoy Your Question My brother has stole 100 from the supermarket where he works and all I wanna no is what will happen 16 February 2016 Scole Re Dealing with Employee Theft I m am pregant can my emplpyerget rid of me because I am on a temporary contract 16 February 2016 EvertonBoy Re Dealing with Employee Theft My brother has stole 100 from the supermarket where he works and all I wanna no is what will happen to him Im so worried in case 15 February 2016 emma Re Do I Need a Hygiene Certificate to Make Sandwiches I work in a nursery which has a cook who works mornings In the afternoons the staff prepare the 12 February 2016 Law Re How Many Breaks am I Entitled to How much break am I entitled to on a 8 hour night shift heavy lifting involved 12 February 2016 Helks Re Do I Need a Hygiene Certificate to Make Sandwiches Hello where I work

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  • Guidelines for Submitting Comments
    that will be valuable to our readers and that we can all learn from Previous Page Next Page Related Articles in the Site Information Category Cookies Policy Discussions Guidelines Tell Us Your Story Guidelines for Submitting Comments Use Our Content RSS News Feed Listings FAQ Link To Us About Our Site Contact Us Disclaimer Notice IP Copyright Notice Terms of Use and Privacy Notice Topics Work Safety Law Case Studies Ask Our Experts Avoiding Accidents Work with Substances Transport High Risk Workplaces Health Issues Safe Environment Working with People HR Matters Site Information Latest Comments WorkplaceSafetyAdvice Re Dealing with Employee Theft EvertonBoy Your Question My brother has stole 100 from the supermarket where he works and all I wanna no is what will happen 16 February 2016 Scole Re Dealing with Employee Theft I m am pregant can my emplpyerget rid of me because I am on a temporary contract 16 February 2016 EvertonBoy Re Dealing with Employee Theft My brother has stole 100 from the supermarket where he works and all I wanna no is what will happen to him Im so worried in case 15 February 2016 emma Re Do I Need a Hygiene Certificate to Make Sandwiches I work in a nursery which has a cook who works mornings In the afternoons the staff prepare the 12 February 2016 Law Re How Many Breaks am I Entitled to How much break am I entitled to on a 8 hour night shift heavy lifting involved 12 February 2016 Helks Re Do I Need a Hygiene Certificate to Make Sandwiches Hello where I work we have visitors from other branches we would like to buy prepared sandwiches 12 February 2016 Confused Re Can I Leave the Premises on my Lunch Break I am a construction worker in my lunch

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  • RSS News Feed
    RSS feed is located at www workplacesafetyadvice co uk workplacesafetyadvicerss xml Previous Page Next Page Related Articles in the Site Information Category Cookies Policy Discussions Guidelines Tell Us Your Story Guidelines for Submitting Comments Use Our Content RSS News Feed Listings FAQ Link To Us About Our Site Contact Us Disclaimer Notice IP Copyright Notice Terms of Use and Privacy Notice Topics Work Safety Law Case Studies Ask Our Experts Avoiding Accidents Work with Substances Transport High Risk Workplaces Health Issues Safe Environment Working with People HR Matters Site Information Latest Comments WorkplaceSafetyAdvice Re Dealing with Employee Theft EvertonBoy Your Question My brother has stole 100 from the supermarket where he works and all I wanna no is what will happen 16 February 2016 Scole Re Dealing with Employee Theft I m am pregant can my emplpyerget rid of me because I am on a temporary contract 16 February 2016 EvertonBoy Re Dealing with Employee Theft My brother has stole 100 from the supermarket where he works and all I wanna no is what will happen to him Im so worried in case 15 February 2016 emma Re Do I Need a Hygiene Certificate to Make Sandwiches I work in a nursery which has a cook who works mornings In the afternoons the staff prepare the 12 February 2016 Law Re How Many Breaks am I Entitled to How much break am I entitled to on a 8 hour night shift heavy lifting involved 12 February 2016 Helks Re Do I Need a Hygiene Certificate to Make Sandwiches Hello where I work we have visitors from other branches we would like to buy prepared sandwiches 12 February 2016 Confused Re Can I Leave the Premises on my Lunch Break I am a construction worker in my lunch break the other

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  • Listings FAQ
    harvested and used for unsolicited email All conversations between members and enquirers are undertaken via the website so your personal email address is never visible to anyone else What does a Featured Listing give me With a Featured Listing you get the following Your listing will appear in the top of all relevant searches If you fall within the search radius then you will appear above all of the closer listings in a bold font Your website address telephone number and full postal address is displayed You can enter a longer description of up to around 250 words Your listing will achieve higher visibility to the 2000 page views that WorkplaceSafetyAdvice delivers each day How much does it cost and how do I sign up A Featured Listing costs per year We charge via Paypal and it is not a recurring charge or subscription To sign up simply edit your listing and when you confirm it you will be presented with an upgrade screen giving you the option to go to Paypal to make the payment When will my listing be upgraded We automatically within a few minutes send you an email to confirm when it has been actioned I ve forgotten my password If you go to the Request Your Details form then you can enter your email address and we ll send your password by return If you can t find your email then you can contact us or add another listing How do I remove my Listing You can also choose not to display your listing by checking the Remove from Searches box when you edit your listing Previous Page Next Page Related Articles in the Site Information Category Cookies Policy Discussions Guidelines Tell Us Your Story Guidelines for Submitting Comments Use Our Content RSS News Feed Listings FAQ Link To Us About Our Site Contact Us Disclaimer Notice IP Copyright Notice Terms of Use and Privacy Notice Topics Work Safety Law Case Studies Ask Our Experts Avoiding Accidents Work with Substances Transport High Risk Workplaces Health Issues Safe Environment Working with People HR Matters Site Information Latest Comments WorkplaceSafetyAdvice Re Dealing with Employee Theft EvertonBoy Your Question My brother has stole 100 from the supermarket where he works and all I wanna no is what will happen 16 February 2016 Scole Re Dealing with Employee Theft I m am pregant can my emplpyerget rid of me because I am on a temporary contract 16 February 2016 EvertonBoy Re Dealing with Employee Theft My brother has stole 100 from the supermarket where he works and all I wanna no is what will happen to him Im so worried in case 15 February 2016 emma Re Do I Need a Hygiene Certificate to Make Sandwiches I work in a nursery which has a cook who works mornings In the afternoons the staff prepare the 12 February 2016 Law Re How Many Breaks am I Entitled to How much break am I entitled to on a 8 hour night

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  • Link To Us
    work without the risk of serious injury The website www workplacesafetyadvice co uk provides you with tips to help prevent accidents at work Our team of experts have many years of experience working in the safety business We have put together some simple things that can help improve safety in your workplace The simple approach is usually the best For example tidying up your own work area can help to reduce the risk of an accident by 30 The most common cause of accidents at work is slipping or tripping By tidying the area around your desk or workspace you will significantly contribute to your own safety and the safety of others This site will show you how to take care of yourself and others at work It outlines your legal responsibility and offers advice on topics such as fire safety electricity using chemicals manual handling and working with equipment The articles are interesting helpful and more importantly will help you to work safely a Which will appear looking like WorkplaceSafetyAdvice co uk Last year 229 people were killed as a result of workplace accidents Over 100 000 people were seriously injured and 34 million days were lost as a result of accidents at work All workplace accidents are preventable By taking some simple and common sense precautions at work accidents can be eliminated Think how good it would be if we were able to go to work without the risk of serious injury The website www workplacesafetyadvice co uk provides you with tips to help prevent accidents at work Our team of experts have many years of experience working in the safety business We have put together some simple things that can help improve safety in your workplace The simple approach is usually the best For example tidying up your own work area can help to reduce the risk of an accident by 30 The most common cause of accidents at work is slipping or tripping By tidying the area around your desk or workspace you will significantly contribute to your own safety and the safety of others This site will show you how to take care of yourself and others at work It outlines your legal responsibility and offers advice on topics such as fire safety electricity using chemicals manual handling and working with equipment The articles are interesting helpful and more importantly will help you to work safely If you have any questions please let us know Thanks Previous Page Next Page Related Articles in the Site Information Category Cookies Policy Discussions Guidelines Tell Us Your Story Guidelines for Submitting Comments Use Our Content RSS News Feed Listings FAQ Link To Us About Our Site Contact Us Disclaimer Notice IP Copyright Notice Terms of Use and Privacy Notice Topics Work Safety Law Case Studies Ask Our Experts Avoiding Accidents Work with Substances Transport High Risk Workplaces Health Issues Safe Environment Working with People HR Matters Site Information Latest Comments WorkplaceSafetyAdvice Re Dealing with Employee Theft EvertonBoy Your

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  • Chemicals in My Eye Caused Partial Blindness: Case Study
    Rushing to the emergency eye wash station I doused my whole face and eyes for five minutes But each time I stopped the flow of water the pain returned Suffering no more pain I called for help two of my colleagues ran to provide assistance The Damage It is a slight pun but the next 24 hours were really a blur for me and my family I was taken to the local hospital where doctors checked everything out The medical teams that treated me decided I needed specialist care and transferred me to the specialist eye clinic Visits from consultants and senior registrars and numerous technicians performing numerous tests occupied the next two days Finally the consultant told me the news permanent scarring to the tissues of the left eye and permanent loss of sight in that eye How had I been so stupid Actually it is quite easy It takes a moment to make a decision that will change your life forever On that Friday morning I decided that it would take too long to get a new pair of goggles from the stores engineer so I decided to use the existing pair I knew they were badly damaged It was that decision that changed my life forever It was later concluded that the damaged seal on the goggles had allowed the chemical to get into my eye Personal protective equipment is there to help It is important that such equipment is in good condition and if it isn t then a task should not be started until replacement equipment is found Had I waited for a new pair of goggles my weekend would have probably progressed the way I had intended it taking my son to that football match Next Page You might also like Cleaning a Piece of Machinery Led to a Crush Injury Case Study Leg Trapped in Lifting Sling Propelled Me Into the Air Case Study Moving Heavy Machinery Caused My Injury A Case Study Lack of Risk Assessment Led to My Injury A Case Study Share Your Story Join the Discussion or Seek Advice Why not be the first to leave a comment for discussion ask for advice or share your story If you d like to ask a question one of our experts workload permitting or a helpful reader hopfully can help you We also love comments and interesting stories Title Miss Ms Mrs Mr Dr Rev d Prof Other never shown Firstname never shown Surname never shown Email never shown Nickname shown Comment Validate Enter word Topics Work Safety Law Case Studies Ask Our Experts Avoiding Accidents Work with Substances Transport High Risk Workplaces Health Issues Safe Environment Working with People HR Matters Site Information Latest Comments WorkplaceSafetyAdvice Re Dealing with Employee Theft EvertonBoy Your Question My brother has stole 100 from the supermarket where he works and all I wanna no is what will happen 16 February 2016 Scole Re Dealing with Employee Theft I m am pregant can my emplpyerget

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  • Cleaning a Piece of Machinery Led to a Crush Injury: Case Study
    cut meant that power still flowed to the machinery even although the pump had been turned off A Straightforward Task Gone Wrong On this occasion Joe was very unlucky He turned off the pump but didn t shut down the generator He wrapped a rag around his wrist and started to clean the white disc A few seconds later the spindle started to turn Joe wasn t quick enough to get his hand free the rotating spindle caught the rag and started to pull it around The rag gripped tighter and tighter around Joe s wrist and hand breaking one bone after another Joe could feel the bones snapping the pain was intense He shouted for help but because of the remote location of the site there was no one to hear his call He couldn t escape the rotating spindle and he didn t have the strength to hold back the power of the machinery Tighter and tighter it gripped and bone after bone was shattered Luckily two boys out for a cycle ride heard his cry for help They rushed over to the machinery and instructed by Joes frantic calls they managed to work out how to turn off the pump Finally the rotating shaft stopped turning Joe was free at last But not before his wrist had been dislocated eight bones in his hand broken and serious bruising and nerve damage to his arm How Had a Simple Task Turned to Disaster Complacency perhaps Or to be more exact a complete disregard for the power and force of moving machinery The lesson from this accident is simple Never work on or near to machinery unless it has been completely turned off and isolated How easy is it to fiddle about with electrical equipment without first removing the plug from the supply Probably too easy Joe will never again tamper with equipment that is still plugged into the power source Neither should you Next Page You might also like Chemicals in My Eye Caused Partial Blindness Case Study Leg Trapped in Lifting Sling Propelled Me Into the Air Case Study Moving Heavy Machinery Caused My Injury A Case Study Lack of Risk Assessment Led to My Injury A Case Study Share Your Story Join the Discussion or Seek Advice Why not be the first to leave a comment for discussion ask for advice or share your story If you d like to ask a question one of our experts workload permitting or a helpful reader hopfully can help you We also love comments and interesting stories Title Miss Ms Mrs Mr Dr Rev d Prof Other never shown Firstname never shown Surname never shown Email never shown Nickname shown Comment Validate Enter word Topics Work Safety Law Case Studies Ask Our Experts Avoiding Accidents Work with Substances Transport High Risk Workplaces Health Issues Safe Environment Working with People HR Matters Site Information Latest Comments WorkplaceSafetyAdvice Re Dealing with Employee Theft EvertonBoy Your Question My brother has stole 100

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