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Musculoskeletal disorders: reducing the risks

Musculoskeletal (MSK) disorders affect over 17 million people in the UK and are the second main cause of work-related ill health. In 2021, almost 500,000 workers reported they were suffering from a work-related MSK disorder. …

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Physical activity: keep active, keep healthy

It has long been known that physical activity is good for our health. There is increasing evidence that even moderate amounts of exercise can dramatically improve our physical health and reduce the risks of certain …


Mental Health Awareness Week: loneliness

Every year the Mental Health Foundation runs a Mental Health Awareness Week campaign, with the aim of ‘raising awareness and inspiring action to promote the message of good mental health for everyone’ (Mental Health Foundation, …

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PPE at work regulations from 6 April 2022

On 6 April the Personal Protective Equipment at Work (Amendment) Regulations 2022 (PPER 2022) came into force from the HSE. They amend the 1992 Regulations (PPER 1992). The types of duties and responsibilities on employers …


Dry January

After what might have been an indulgent few weeks over the Christmas and New Year period, now is a great time to reset our regular habits including how much alcohol we drink. January is often …


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