The Safety Library holds a wide range of items. These can be filtered using the categories listing on the right-hand-side or bottom of the page.
More and more of us are finding evidence of drug use around our car parks, residential streets, public areas, leafy parks, and site access gate ways on a daily basis.
There are specialist cleaning services deployed by local councils that deal with discarded needles and drug paraphernalia on a regular basis, so here’s what to do if you come across any used needles or drug paraphernalia.
Due to an increase in welfare queries to FISA here is a welfare guidance roundup.
HSE advice and practical guidance on working safely in hot conditions.
Advice on heatstroke and heat exhaustion; and tips to help keep hydrated.
Skin cancer is the fifth biggest killer in the UK and outdoor workers are more than twice as likely to develop non-melanoma skin cancer compared to those who work indoors.
What are non-technical skills and why do we in forestry safety need to look toward these skills within chainsaw work?
Mental Health Awareness Week takes place from 9-15 May 2022 - this is an annual event when there is an opportunity for the whole of the UK to focus on achieving good mental health.
We've put together some helpful contacts covering the different regions, all will speak to you in confidence and help you to get the right help.
Highlighting the risks of occupational asthma - HSE.
FISA Safety Bulletin
This FISA bulletin gives a list of what a chainsaw operator needs for your personal first aid kit.
Updated April 2022
Scottish Woodlands - Health & Safety Toolbox Talk for Contractors