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4 Most Common Types of Property Inspections

A property inspection is a detailed examination whose primary objective is to determine the condition of the property. There are many different types of property ...
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The Warehouse Safety Guide for Employers

Warehouses are in a tough spot. They have to keep up with the demands of customers, clients, and eCommerce without any breaks. Many warehouses operate ...
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4 Reasons to Adopt Mobile Incident Reporting Systems

Incident reporting is the process of systematically capturing and documenting information about accidents, near misses, or adverse events that take place in a workplace. Before ...
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What Is A Man Down Alarm And Do Your Workers Need One?

When looking into what measures to take to keep lone workers safe, you may have encountered the term “Man Down alarm”. These alarms automatically detect ...
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6 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Rely on Lone Worker Call Checks

A lone worker is someone who works alone and doesn't have any colleagues nearby. It is a company’s responsibility to monitor the safety of a ...
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Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999

UK employers are aware that they need to comply with local health and safety laws and legislation. Some key legislation is the Health and Safety ...
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