Brammer’s handy service reduces worker injuries
Based in Llantrisant in South Wales, the Royal Mint is one of the world’s leading independent mints, manufacturing coins for the UK and countries all over the world, as well as supplying blanks and official medals. Employing more than 900 people, it can produce 90 million coins and blanks a week – almost five billion coins annually…
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Parker Merchanting’s head to toe service raises health and safety standards
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) estimates that over 500 construction workers die every year as a result of exposure to silica dust. In a bid to raise awareness of the issue of air pollution and the importance of having the right respiratory gear….
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Dorsa Vi sensor helps improve manual handling safety for Heathrow baggage handlers
Dorsa Vi, leading providers of revolutionary wearable sensor technology was aiming to mitigate health and safety injuries as well as productivity issues when it looked into the advantages of manual handing aids for baggage handlers at Heathrow airport….
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Workplace Worksafe partners with Siemens Gamesa to ensure worker and product safety excellence
A global provider of wind power solutions has ensured the safety of its workers and products by teaming up with a leading health and safety specialist.
Siemens Gamesa called in Workplace Worksafe to provide an innovative solution to a problem that was costing the company considerable amounts of money a year.
They presented us with a challenge which surrounded the transportation of wind turbine inverters. Traditionally these had been transported up the turbines in cardboard boxes strapped to a pallet or traditional flight cases.
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