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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Ramp Up Convenience and Safety with Workplace Utility Ramps

Posted under Product Updates on April 29, 2014

Pavement rampsWorkplace utility ramps are designed to provide convenience and prevent tripping accidents at your office, warehouse, workshop, departmental store, or anywhere else where you’re dealing with uneven floor levels or kerbs. If you have ever tried to push a pallet truck, trolley, or wheel chair over a kerb or step, you know how hard it can be to negotiate just a few inches of height difference. Utility ramps solve the problem and make wheeled movement … Read more

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Ahoy – Mobile Safety Steps Come Under Pressure!

Posted under Health and safety, News on April 23, 2014

mobile safety step and access platformThe Workplace Depot manufactures safety steps and access platforms at a factory in Leicester. We offer an extensive range of mobile safety steps and access platforms and also welcome bespoke orders – additional features may include a larger platform, a safety gate and different types of wheels. We can also make them as tall as you like and in any RAL colour – The RAL colours also applies to our Fetra trucks and trolleys.Read more

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Security Mirrors – Simple Surveillance Solutions for Warehouses, Shops and Offices

Posted under Expert Commentary on April 17, 2014

Dome security mirrorsSecurity convex mirrors have universal applications when you’re trying to create a safe and secure movement area or monitored space. Security mirrors work like security cameras, but they are much cheaper and need no maintenance or power supply. Moreover, they provide utility where cameras may be too complicated to use, such as blind curves and corners. Security mirrors come in all shapes and sizes for shops, warehouses, driveways, security checkpoints, and other places where you … Read more

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Manual Handling Training – What Every Manager Should Know

Posted under Health and safety, News on April 9, 2014

manual handling in the UKOver one-third of some 439,000 work-related musculoskeletal disorder (MSD) cases reported in 2012 were caused by manual handling, which makes manual handling the most hazardous activity around the workplace. The Manual Handling Occupation Regulations (MHORs) of 1992 define manual handling as, “any transporting or supporting of a load (including the lifting, putting down, pushing, pulling, carrying or moving thereof) by hand or bodily force.”


The menacing numbers of MSD cases have forced employers to take … Read more

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