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Monthly Archives: February 2014

How to start up a business

Posted under Expert Commentary on February 25, 2014

Maybe you’re tired of your current job. Perhaps you are bored of the 9 – 5 routine. Or you could just be yearning for the freedom and flexibility that comes with running your own business.

Whatever the reason, there’s a tide of workers turning their backs on traditional employment and opting to set up their own business.

As many as 500,000 people opt to set up their own business in the UK every year, and … Read more

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Health and Safety Essentials for Outdoor Events and Festivals

Posted under Expert Commentary on February 19, 2014

Organising festivalsEvents and festivals come in all shapes and sizes, ranging from weddings to fetes, from farmer’s markets to horse shows, and from charity run to game fairs. Regardless of their nature and purpose, outdoor events always pose significant risks to life and property. The temporary nature of the activity, lack of proper planning, shortage of time, exposure to elements, open cables and electrical connections, weak structures, inadequate experience, and the crowd itself are just some … Read more

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Order Picking Trolleys – Types and Uses

Posted under Product Updates on February 18, 2014

Order picking trolleyAs petty as it may seem, it is important to think twice before you choose a trolley for your workplace. A heavy duty trolley would seem useless in a grocery store, whereas as a shopping cart has no business whatsoever in a warehouse. With the increasing varieties of trolleys in becoming available each day, retailers should choose wisely for their own convenience.

Warehouse Trolleys

Warehouses are large buildings that are purpose-built for storing goods. Shipments … Read more

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Steps to Improve Safety in Your Warehouse

Posted under Health and safety on February 13, 2014

Warehouse mobile safety stepsAs much as we don’t like to think about it, accidents in the workplace do occur. These common occurrences will negatively impact the level of efficiency at which a company operates. Because a warehouse is the location where items are arranged, stacked and stored, top priority is keeping the structure and the goods contained in it as safe as humanly possible. This can be accomplished with the use of warehouse steps.

High industrial shelves are … Read more

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First Aid Kits for Different Workplaces

Posted under Health and safety on February 7, 2014

First aid kitsRegardless of how much you guard against the, accidents can still happen. That’s why it’s important to have a well-stocked first aid kit in your office or workplace to attend to accidental injuries or medical emergencies immediately after they happen. The NHS suggests that your basic first-aid kit should contain the following items:

Basic first aid kit

– Plasters: The numbers and sizes are not specified, but you should have a variety of shapes and … Read more

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