Mental Health and self esteem, iTip Handles makes the difference.

Mental Health and self esteem, iTip Handles makes the difference.

Simon Allder

A lady came on the stand at the Health & Safety Expo NEC '22 show and talked about her battles to gain inclusivity in the work place. Not being average height she felt the pressure of having to ask her colleagues to use sack trucks for moving equipment, on her behalf, effected her mental health and self esteem. However after experiencing iTip Handles and how the ergonomics adjusts the manual handling device to her requirements, she could see the possibility of this changing because of iTip Handles.   iTip Handles added to a sack truck uses ergonomics to rotate the movement position to your...

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MuddyBootz blogger wins customised Wolves iTip Handles! ⚽👨‍🌾

MuddyBootz blogger wins customised Wolves iTip Handles! ⚽👨‍🌾

Simon Allder

Congratulations to Nigel, in winning a special set of iTip Handles.  Nigel entered and won our “guess the number of iTip Handles in the goldfish bowl” competition. We also supplied them in the colours of Nigel's beloved local Premiership team Wolverhampton Wanderers FC. Nigel is well known in the garden industry with his MuddyBootz Allotment channel (www.youtube.com/muddybootz). It has been running since 20th March 2015. He provides easy to understand instructions on how to grow amazing vegetables, using his allotment. Nigel has lots of interesting and unusual happenings at the allotment so its always worth checking his Instagram account muddybootz.co.uk to see the latest!  We look...

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iTip Handles entered in to the HSE's 'Risk-reduction through design' Award

iTip Handles entered in to the HSE's 'Risk-reduction through design' Award

Simon Allder

The 'Risk-reduction through design' Award is sponsored by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (CIEHF). They want to inspire businesses to consider how ergonomics-based design changes can reduce the risks of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) and nominate design changes that have made a real impact. HSE's message continues to be that risks from MSDs must be controlled and that all employers should eliminate or reduce these risks at source where possible. iTip Handles enter the 2022 competition The Allder Group are a glass, doors and locks business that prides itself in...

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Great review for iTip Handles from the Kilted Gardener!

Great review for iTip Handles from the Kilted Gardener!

After enthusiastically meeting us in full kilt at the Landscapers Show 22, The Kilted Gardener was back in his normal environment to test iTip Handles on his regular tasks. The YouTube influencer with 2,000 followers has created an extensive independent review video of iTip Handles in both a garden/ landscaper context and using them to move a heavy load across railway lines. Click here to see it. Part of the fabled Lawn Care Legends organisation, this group are landscape professional's that stretch the length of the United Kingdom. In the review The Kilted Gardener not only shows how to quickly attach iTip...

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EZ Tippa 2022 edition!

EZ Tippa 2022 edition!

Simon Allder

We are very excited to start the year with an update on the EZ Tippa. For situations where it is not possible to put a cleaning process in place, or there is a high chance of aggregates setting in the mechanism, this is the answer.  Our original design, it has been upgraded with what we have learnt from iTip Handles.  Because it rotates on a metal bolt it reduces the chances of substances such as cement setting and blocking the mechanism. We still recommend keeping your equipment maintained and cleaned, but the EZ Tippa is more forgiving. Of course it has...

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