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School Accident Prevention H&S Myths #2 - Test Tube Tall Tales

School Accident Prevention H&S Myths #2 - Test Tube Tall Tales
SG World are all about solutions that keep students safe and sound at school. Accidents happen...

Paul Stringer and Todd Wright - Employee Of The Month Winners May 2021

Paul Stringer and Todd Wright - Employee Of The Month Winners May 2021
As this is the first EOTM since before the pandemic hit, we thought it was an opportunity to...

Go Greener, Go Paperless Messaging is Misleading

Go Greener, Go Paperless Messaging is Misleading
SG World have a wide range of safety and compliance solutions, some are paper based and some are...

Defective safety guard results in severed fingers and £787K fine

Defective safety guard results in severed fingers and £787K fine
Fish processing giant, Young's Seafood, has been fined for H&S failings after a worker lost...

Could Lock Out Tag Out Have Prevented Fatal Gas Explosion

Could Lock Out Tag Out Have Prevented Fatal Gas Explosion
An asbestos removal contractor has been fined £150K after a gas explosion left one worker...

Visitor Management Law: What legal duty of care do you owe to visitors

Visitor Management Law: What legal duty of care do you owe to visitors
Under the Health and Safety at Work, etc Act 1974 (HSWA) the person who is in occupation or has...

School Accident Prevention H&S Myths #4 - Hell and High Mortars

School Accident Prevention H&S Myths #4 - Hell and High Mortars
SG World are all about solutions that keep students safe and sound at school. Accidents happen...

How to define and implement a great Visitor Policy

How to define and implement a great Visitor Policy
All schools and many businesses will want to formally define and document how they want to ...

When Safety Needs to be Left Out in the Cold

When Safety Needs to be Left Out in the Cold
 

Schools and COSHH Regulations

Schools and COSHH Regulations
What is COSHH? Initially created in 1999, COSHH stands for the Control of Substances Hazardous...