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Health and Safety in Nail Bars

In a study conducted by the HSE on Health and Safety in Nail Bars, nail technicians reported a statistically considerable increased incidence of work-related symptoms including respiratory problems. Indeed, nail dust from filing artificial nails and acrylic fumes from product ingredients, particularly MMA (methyl methacrylate) and EMA (ethyl methacrylate) are health hazards. At best, they Continue Reading…

Paint Company Ordered to Pay £80,000 After an Employee Was Injured While Cleaning a Spray Booth

Never underestimate the importance of health and safety in the workplace. Failure to recognise hazards at work can cause major physical injury to your employees and cost your business thousands of pounds. As paint manufacturing company, HMG Paints found out this month. On the 3rd of July, Manchester Crown Court fined Manchester based paint manufacturing Continue Reading…

The Importance of Scheduled LEV Testing

We can all be a little forgetful at times. We can forget where we have put our car keys or to pick up bread and milk on the way home from work. Or, sometimes things can simply escape our notice. It could be a colleague’s new and expensive haircut or a coin down the side Continue Reading…

BenchVent Stacks up for School Laboratories

Picture this, you have been knocked over by the pungent odour left lingering in the Science lab. Year twelve have been using organic chemicals and the stench just doesn’t seem to dissipate. Apart from the disruption to your class caused by the odoriferous concoction, you are quite concerned about the safety of staff and students. Continue Reading…

BV300S-D Spray Trap Video Review by Flory Models

We’re excited to share a video review of the BV300S-D by Flory Models, one of the leading websites for model makers of all abilities. With an array of fantastic content and guides, Flory Models iS the number one resource model makers and enthusiasts. As a leading voice within the industry, you can view Phil Flory’s Continue Reading…

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