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The threat of coronavirus extends far beyond just those who are infected by it. It is having a monumental impact on many other areas of our lives and wider society too. For example, it is having a great effect on people who suffer from pre-existing mental health conditions such as anxiety and OCD. (more…)
UKATA is the United Kingdom Asbestos Training Association, and is one of the leading authorities and the UKATA Asbestos Awareness Course is delivered in accordance with the current HSE legislation.
As one of the most respected programme providers for Asbestos training, Safety Services Direct are pleased to offer a course that enables construction, maintenance and engineering professionals the opportunity to become certified within Asbestos Awareness. (more…)
GDPR is an extensive 88-page document covering every aspect of the new EU data protection laws.
Businesses who are non-compliant with GDPR after the 25th of May 2018 may find themselves being issued a large fine of up to €20 million or 4% of their annual turnover, so it’s important that you do everything you can to avoid this. (more…)
The moment you have been waiting for is almost upon us.
GDPR comes into effect on 25th May and as we draw closer to the big day, it’s important that you understand your responsibilities and legal requirements regarding the new laws. (more…)
Last week, the UK experienced some of the heaviest snowfall in recent years with many places seeing up to 10 inches of snow over the course of 24 hours!
This is probably not the last time we will face treacherous weather conditions this winter, so we should do what we can to ensure that we are prepared for snow, ice and other weather hazards so that workers are not putting themselves in danger on their way to and from work. (more…)
The benefits of online health and safety training for businesses are staggering; so much so, that it would seem silly not to purchase a heap of courses today and start earning those all important certificates. (more…)
Asbestos is a group of naturally occurring minerals which are made up of fine, durable fibres and was used in many buildings for insulation and fireproofing purposes before being banned in 1999.
This means that if you are working in a building built prior to 2000, then it is likely that asbestos will be present.