How to safely move empty or full kegs from the cellar

According to figures released by the British and Pub Association (BBPA), there are still 47,000 publicans who face the task of destroying 70m pints of beer nationwide, enough to fill nearly 16 Olympic-sized swimming pools. Some pubs are currently open but are only allowed to operate as takeaway schemes, encouraging customers to bring containers. But […]

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Why a crane is not the only lifting solution on a construction site

Manual handling injuries can have serious implications for the employer and the injured person. They occur almost anywhere on a building site with manual labour, awkward postures, repetitive movements of arms legs and back, or previous/existing injury can increase the risk of occurrence. This type of injury is one of the top ten risks associated […]

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Mental Health awareness week 2020

Coping with mental health by connecting online This year’s theme for Mental Health Awareness week is kindness, with the week running from 18 – 24 May. Research from the Mental Health Foundation has found that 72 percent of workers believe that we should become kinder as a society following the Coronavirus pandemic. Chief Executive of […]

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Monitor mental health remotely as lockdown starts to ease

Monitor mental health remotely as lockdown starts to ease A recent study of public attitudes across Europe, America, and Asia has found that people in the UK have the highest overall levels of concern about coronavirus –  more than Italy or Spain. The latest announcement from the Prime Minister may add to the perceived levels […]

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