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Safety Wear News

  • The warm-up routine: the best workout kit for winter 30 Oct 2017 19:39 Evening Standard The clocks leapt back this weekend, so it should be easier to get out of bed. On the other hand, this means leaving work in the dark.  But don’t let that deter you from staying active in the evenings: from glow-in-the-dark jackets to indicating bike …
  • Pinky Truck photo op set for this weekend 19 Sep 2017 19:29 Trucknews WOODSTOCK, Ont. — The second annual photo with the Pinky Truck for women in the trucking industry is taking place this weekend.  Women in trucking — in the office, under the hood, or behind the wheel — are welcome to attend the photo with Pinky on …
  • Safety First with Slingsby 15 Aug 2017 09:59 4-traders From business to business, health and safety regulations vary depending on the environment. It is important to note however that certain equipment is a necessity regardless of the workplace whether it is a warehouse, office or any other environment. Here …
  • Tradie bench-presses excavator on work site on Facebook 17 May 2017 13:36 Daily Mail A tradesman was filmed seemingly lifting an excavator four times in 30 seconds The man was egged on to keep going by his colleagues who cheered nearby The excavator he appeared to be lifting weighs about 30,000 kilograms It is unclear what was making the …
  • Workers ready to think pink for workplace safety 17 Feb 2016 06:21 South Coast Register By GLEN HUMPHRIES Feb. 17, 2016, 4 p.m. A Unanderra steel company has taken a new approach to hi vis clothing as a way of staying safe. think pink: Bisalloy Steels Operations Manager Michael Bradmore and employees sporting the pink shirts and h-vis wear. …
  • Council has 'blood on its hands' in speed limit row, say angry... 24 Oct 2015 14:55 This is Plymouth Comments (1) A resident of Bittaford Village has warned Devon County Council (DCC) that they have "blood on their hands" after failing to reduce the speed limit in an area of the village notorious for speeding. Paul Pring, a resident of …