HSE

HSE "Minimise manual handling risks this festive season"

From people lifting heavy parcels around warehouses to delivery drivers moving products across the country, workers are vulnerable to the risk of injury from hazardous manual handling during the festive period. Use iTip Handles to reduce injuries and reinforce training.

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The Safety Health Show North West

The Safety Health Show North West

We had a great time at Old Trafford Manchester meeting health and safety proffesionals from organisations such as Jacobs, Volker Stevin and Duty Free. Hot agenda topics were dangers of roll cages and lifting loaded wheelbarrows to "muck away" for construction companies. 
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Introducing iTip Handles 2 person lift set. A real world issue solved.

Introducing iTip Handles 2 person lift set. A real world issue solved.

The chance of the team members hurting and injuring there musculoskeletal are high as the wheelbarrow is not designed to be lifted from this position.
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Manual Handling training imperative for Roll Cage users

Manual Handling training imperative for Roll Cage users

Simon Allder

A very interesting article from Alistair Bromhead Ltd, talks about Wilko fined £2.2m over a worker crushed by a metal cage. "The incident which happened in the retailer’s Leicester store left the 20-year old with life changing injuries after a heavily laden cage full of paint fell on her whilst she was trying to manoeuvre it across an uneven floor. Wilko admitted four breaches of health and safety legislation after the court heard how the floor of the main goods lift and passenger lift was not level with the shop floor. In addition, the roll cage which fell on the worker had...

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iTip motor @ the Local Council Roads Innovation Group Innovation Festival

iTip motor @ the Local Council Roads Innovation Group Innovation Festival

Simon Allder

The Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG) provides members with a unique platform to engage with councils, the Department of Transport and the wider highways community. Thanks to the highways team at North Yorkshire Council experiencing iTip Handles, we were invited to attend a festival of innovation. Councils from throughout the UK attended two days of seminars and exhibitions. Wales, Devon, Blackpool and Surrey were just some of the representatives. It was a chance to hear the latest developments and updates from leading proponents and government leaders in the field as well as hear and compare notes on highways projects. Part of...

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