Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) is caused by repeated physical movements that cause ongoing damage to muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves, fascia, circulatory structures, and other soft-tissues. Active Release Techniques provides a means to effectively and rapidly resolve these stressful repetitive strain injuries without surgical intervention. release-your-pain-resolving-repetitive-strain-inju
This information will help employers (including the self-employed and franchisees) comply with the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH), as amended, to control exposure and protect workers’ health. SR01
Important information as a go-to guide when working with pressure washers as given out by hire centres.
Serious Hand Injury from High Pressure Washer Machine. An operative received serious injuries to his hand, after coming into contact with pressured water from a portable high pressure water jetting unit situated on site.
A secondary guarding device is a piece of equipment which can be fitted to a Mobile Elevating Work Platform (MEWP) in addition to the primary guarding systems.
The Authorised Manual of St John Ambulance, St Andrew’s First Aid and the British Red Cross. First aiders are advised to keep up-to-date with developments, to recognise the limits of their competence and to obtain first-aid training from a qualified trainer.
Did you know that most hi-vis garments only have a maximum life of 25 washes.
The main features of the human spine are the vertebrae—small bony structures that are separated and cushioned by the discs. Distortion of the discs— changes in their shape—often causes pain in the back and neck. The exercises shown allow the discs to return to their normal shape. The result is that pain disappears.
Although rope access has been successfully used worldwide for over 20 years with outstanding safety results, it remains poorly understood. This book is the first resource of its kind to attempt to improve awareness and understanding among stakeholders at all levels.
PERSONAL FALL ARREST: The full body harness is used as a component of a personal fall arrest system. Personal fall arrest systems typically include a full body harness and a connecting subsystem (energy absorbing lanyard). Maximum arresting force must not exceed 1,800 lbs.