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Utilising our expertise in confined spaces and hazardous environments our blog posts provide tips and advice to help you run and work in safe environments.
Heat stress, when the body’s means of controlling its internal temperature starts to fail, is a serious concern for workers across a wide range of industries, and particularly for those working in confined spaces. Heat stress doesn’t just affect those working outside, but also those working inside or underground such as in mines, compressed air
Eye safety is no small matter when it comes to workplace injuries. They’re all too common, particularly when most of them are preventable. As you would expect, the best way to protect your eyes at work is to wear the right protection. It seems simple but you’d be amazed at how many people either don’t
Our brand new welfare van has arrived and is ready to be put to work! Our last van completed 197,000 miles and was an integral part of our rescue team’s life so we’re excited to put our new van to good use. Our new van provides both comfort and safety to workers, conforming to all
Reporting incidents and near misses is essential because it raises organisations’ awareness about what can go wrong so that actions and preventative measures can be taken. Incident reporting is NOT about pointing fingers or covering backs, despite the wide held perception that it is. As an organisation that takes safety seriously, it is up to
When an emergency arises in a confined space it can be incredibly dangerous and even lethal. Space is limited and the points of entry and exit can be barely big enough for a single person to fit through at any one time. The situation can be made even worse if would-be rescuers react too quickly
When it comes to gas detection, and especially when working in confined spaces, good habits save lives and checking your portable gas detector is working properly should become as routine as wearing a seat belt or locking your doors. Bump tests, calibration checks and full calibrations are how you can check your gas detector is
Civil Safety Training & Rescue is proud to be ISO 9001:2015 certified for our quality management system. ISO 9001:2015 is the most widely known and internationally accepted standard for quality management and recognises organisations with a quality management system that provides services that consistently meet regulatory and customer requirements. By adhering to the standard we
Each year in the UK a number of people are killed or seriously injured in confined spaces and so being aware of the common hazards and how to stay safe is vitally important. It is imperative that businesses ensure their staff not only understand what to look out for but are also able to work
Civil Safety Training & Rescue is pleased to announce that we’ve been awarded accreditation from Safecontractor for our commitment to achieving excellence in health, safety and wellbeing. Regarded as one of the UK’s leading health and safety schemes, Safecontractor recognises very high standards in health and safety management amongst UK contractors. Managing Director of Civil
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