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Portable fire extinguishers are considered the first response to tackle the fire at its initial stage

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A positive workplace health and safety culture is a vital part of a successful and effective health and safety system. It is created and embraced by the mentality, attitude, and behaviour of employees, supervisors, managers and company directors towards health and safety in the workplace.

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Exposure over periods of time to excessive noise will lead to Noise-Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL), one of the most common overexposures results from the workplace and through failures to mitigate the risk of overexposure.

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Trips and falls account for a large amount of injuries in the home. Following these simple guidelines can help to reduce the risk to you and your family:

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Fire Risk Assessments 

Good management of fire safety is essential to ensure that fires are unlikely to occur; that if they do occur they are likely to be controlled or contained quickly, effectively and safely; or that, if a fire does occur and grow, everyone in your premises is able to escape to a place of total safety easily and quickly.