Working at height blog

Posted by Jessica Wade on 24-Sep-2015 09:08:00

The top 5 working at height resources

We know that finding unbiased information when researching the best solutions for working at height can be hard, or maybe you want to do some reading to update your industry and legislation knowledge. We have put together a list of our top five online resources for you to get your teeth into.

Health and safety executives’ website is full of report on accident or injuries and general reports on health and safety performance in a wide variety of industries. 

SHP is the official magazine of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH). Their provide up to date news on the health and safety industry and along with downloadable eBooks and white papers. 

This pdf explains the ‘Work at Height Regulations 2005’. A great resource for those looking to improve their access equipment and meet work at height regulations in their work place.  

Tomorrows health and safety is a magazine HLS use to read up on industry news and are often featured in it themselves.  

Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) The UKs biggest professional health and safety membership organisation. Their website has a range of resource, articles and white papers on working at height and health and safety regulations. 

If you want to improve safety and productivity, while reducing costs then we can help. We have an experienced team to survey your working at height requirements and can recommend effective solutions. We ensure that when an organisation invests in improved safety they achieve the return on investment they are expecting, both through tangible productivity benefits, and the less tangible risk reduction benefits.
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Jessica Wade

Jessica Wade - Jessica is our Marketing Executive, she oversee's our day to day marketing activities.

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