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Health And Safety In The Kitchen

Pests are an occupational hazard in the kitchen, and there are various ways to deal with them – and in commercial settings these are subject to health and safety procedures. Insects such as flies, ants and cockroaches can sometimes require…

Threats to Urban Water Supplies

According to the US Census, there are over eighteen million people living in urban areas across Florida. These millions of people, along with the rest of the country, use city water daily to drink from, bathe in, cook with, and…

Top Tips To Keep Your Home Safe During The Holidays

The festive period of celebrations hits the purse strings hard for many of us. Protecting our homes and possessions along with all the generous gifts from friends and family is paramount throughout the year, but this is a particularly vulnerable…

Emergency Exit Signs and Your Business

Most businesses are required by law to have planned an emergency exit, and to mark out that emergency exit with signs. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Act of 2005 simplified a lot of the requirements, so that businesses could understand…

Safer Garden Trampoline For The Children

​Your friend is over for coffee, there’s four kids climbing over the furniture, pulling at the dog, squabbling over toys The noise level is increasing and you can’t hold a conversation. The ideal is to get the kids out into the…

Serious Workplace Accidents Can Be Avoided

When someone suffers a horrific injury at work, it is understandable that there has to be an investigation into why the accident was allowed to take place. Even in workplaces where there is a lot of heavy machinery and major…

Using Safety Glass In Home Projects Or Not

Safety glass absorbs force and fractures without producing long or sharp edges. It is not fiberglass, which is made with interwoven strands and is designed to withstand forceful impact. Safety glass is not intended as a resistant barrier so much…

Safety Guidelines For Dealing With Asbestos

Once upon a time, people had an almost gleeful enthusiasm for “building materials of the future.” In the buzz that was the Gilded Age, and then later the Atomic Age, there was a fascination with building materials that were seen…