Whilst many of us enjoy driving for work, it can be a demanding and stressful activity. Having to get to an important meeting, making an urgent delivery, even driving home after a taxing day can be stressful.
To coin a phrase – less is more. While this was originally the motto adopted by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in support of minimalist design, in today’s world it’s more commonly used to refer to something less complex and therefore easier to appreciate. Indeed, while the inner workings of a modern-day car, virtual... Continue Reading →
You’d probably be surprised to learn that statistically July and August are the most dangerous times to drive your car and the summer months see the most fatalities and serious injuries on Britain’s roads
Manual handling is one of the most common causes of injury at work and causes over a third of all workplace injuries. But these injuries can be prevented by making sure your organisation is equipped with the right knowledge and skills. With this in mind, we've put together a 'Top 10 Tips for Manual Handling' infographic... Continue Reading →
As the UK's oldest and most established safety experts, it's hardly surprising that our tailored consultancy service is considered the best in the industry. Following extensive preparations, research and deliberation, we’re delighted to announce that we’ve been awarded Best Health and Safety Consultancy 2018 in the 2018 Midlands Enterprise Awards, hosted by SME News. Under the... Continue Reading →
RoSPA have relaunched their popular Managing Occupational Road Risk reviews (MORR) and now there are 3 levels of service for you to choose from. This means that no matter the size of your fleet, you can find the right MORR package for your business.
Most of us can probably recall a time when life seemed a tad overwhelming. Those early morning jitters before taking a GCSE exam (O-Level for those who go a little further back). The feeling of utter dread before stepping into a job interview. Or perhaps the moment long awaited to recite the eternal words ‘I do’. Whether it’s an... Continue Reading →
As a child, do you remember wondering what the future would hold? Would you soar to work on a jetpack or hurtle through the city on a hover board? Would dinner consist of a handful of vitamin pills? Would a trip to Mars and back be as cheap and cheerful as a budget flight to... Continue Reading →
Traditionally, the British summer can be a bit of an anti-climax. Umbrellas rather than parasols. Anoraks rather than bikinis. A steaming mug of Bovril rather than… well, you get the idea. Perhaps it’s for this reason that us Brits tend to be a little blasé when it comes to preparing ourselves for life in hot... Continue Reading →