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inspection pit safety

A Solution for Inspection Pit Safety

HSE Regulations and inspection pit safety Focusing on vehicle repair centres, train depots and wider transport safety, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has designated inspection pits as a ‘fall from height’ hazard. Subsequently, they have created The Work at Height Regulations to provide guidance on how to improve inspection pit safety. These regulations now […]

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most common workplace hazards

How to identify the most common workplace hazards

Tensator works alongside professionals to help them identify common workplace hazards in their businesses and put in place health and safety systems to minimise risks. Workplace hazards come in all shapes and sizes. Some pose more danger to employees than others. A good way to prevent workplace injuries is to understand the most common workplace […]

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cost of workplace injuries

The true cost of workplace injuries to the economy

In the UK, it’s estimated that annually the cost of workplace injuries to the economy is nearly £15bn per year (2015/16). Research has also suggested that workplace injuries and illnesses in U.S. amount to a staggering $250 billion annually (2013). The proper use of specific health and safety systems can dramatically reduce a company’s expenditure […]

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health and safety in 2017

Health and Safety in 2017

Think you know the true extent of health and safety in 2017 in the UK? Do you ever wonder about how much workplace injuries truly cost the economy? Tensator, experts in providing bespoke health and safety systems for organisations, have put together an infographic to highlight some interesting statistics surrounding the subject of health and […]

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