Tag Archives: workplace

Getting your workplace ready for Covid-19

  The World Health Organisation (WHO) has set out guidance on how businesses and employers can help to stop the spread of the new Coronavirus disease. How does Coronavirus spread? When someone who has COVID-19 coughs or exhales they release droplets of infected fluid. Most of these droplets fall on nearby surfaces and objects – […]

Be proactive and audit your workplace

Do you use accident statistics to judge your health and safety performance? Accident statistics can provide a good indication that you’re on the right track. Low accident rates are good! Analysing trends over time can show where you may have problems and allows you to implement measures to correct them. However, there is a problem […]

Working from height: make sure your staff are coming home!

The football world cup mission to find the champion team of 2018 continues to surprise. Many of the traditional giants of the game are no longer at the table, but England still remains; and can you believe through a penalty shootout? There are no surprises, however, in establishing the champion accident fatality type. It is, […]

Mental Health Awareness and Employment – STRESS

Mental Health Awareness week was from the 14th to 20th May and focussed on Stress. It therefore seems relevant to discuss Stress from the employers point of view and how this ties into the definition of a disability and discrimination. Firstly when it comes to employment, the term disabled or defining someone as disabled isn’t […]

Mental Health in the Workplace

Work-related stress and anxiety are estimated to be the second biggest occupational health problem in the UK and the government has now recognised the importance of mental health with Theresa May saying that “as a society we must face up to the fact mental health problems are everyone’s problem.” This includes employers. If your employees […]