Father’s Day 2018 – SHEilds Health and Safety

Health and Safety tips for Father’s Day Dads often have their work cut out for them. Between what is likely to be a busy working life and raising children it can often feel like the odds are stacked against you, achieving a balancing act as a provider and engaging parent. All in all, a day […]

Why Consistency Matters in the Workplace

Most workplaces, especially industrial or warehouse environments, require a cutting tools supply company. When box cutters or utility knives break or go missing, or a new employee needs to be outfitted with cutting tools, you’ll need to refresh your inventory. How you manage this will impact workplace safety.

Safety Shopping Online – SHEilds eLearning Blog and News

How safe is shopping online? I bet anyone who has clicked through to read this has at some point in their lives shopped online. With so many services now allowing us to shop and book things online we have to question the safety in shopping online. So, let’s answer the question; how safe is shopping […]

OHS Needs Effective Communication – SHEilds Health and Safety Blog

OHS Needs Effective Communication The Oxford English dictionary definition of communication is: “The imparting or exchanging of information by speaking, writing, or using some other medium”. Communication involves the giving out of messages from one person and the receiving and understanding of those messages by another or others – this is not always verbal. There […]

Beating Plastic Pollution – SHEilds Health and Safety Blog

Preventing a Trash Planet Future As a cinema, TV, novel, videogame and comic book trope, apocalypses have become strangely commonplace in popular fiction. Indeed, their popularity may speak of the bizarre comfort one feels in experiencing such dystopias, safe in the knowledge that this is not our world, just a little holiday into the heart […]

Three Hidden Dangers to Avoid

Workplace hazards can sneak up on you, especially those that aren’t obvious, or take time to result in poor health or injury. Since they don’t pose an immediate threat, they’re easy to overlook. It’s important to regularly check on these sneaky dangers.

Mental Health Awareness Week 2018

Stress – Are we coping? Mental Health Awareness Week is run annually by Mind, the mental health charity, and this year the focus is specifically asking ‘Stress – Are we coping?’. Stress is something that is individual and that most people experience at one time or another. How we deal with it affects all aspects […]

Ramadan Health Tips – SHEilds Health and Safety Blog

Fasting Safely With the month of Ramadan beginning this week many of you will be fasting and as such self-restraint and patience are requisites. However, fasting should not be undertaken in such a way that it jeopardises your well-being. The core goals of Health and Safety do not end with the workplace, extending into our […]