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DSE Assessments: How often should they be completed?

Back Pain At Work - SureteamThe move by businesses to more flexible working patterns facilitated by advancements in technology means that the risks to employees from prolonged use of Display Screen Equipment are increasing.

However, whilst the risks are becoming greater, in our experience there hasn’t been a corresponding increase in the number, or frequency, of Display Screen Assessments being completed by businesses.

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Launch of New Healthy Working System to Provide Improved DSE Support

Employee on laptop

The greater reliance on technology within businesses and move to more flexible working patterns means that the importance placed on assessing and addressing the risks to employees from prolonged use of Display Screen Equipment is increasing.

In recognition of this, Sureteam are pleased to announce the launch of the Healthy Working System through our partnership with Cardinus.  This online system will enable us to provide a tailored and more robust management tool to our clients to meet their obligations when it comes to DSE.

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Meet the Newest Member of Sureteam

David BarkerFor those who haven’t already heard, a few months ago we recruited David Barker who moved all the way from Norway to became part of our team here at Sureteam. Over the past few months, Dave has been settling in and getting the lie of the land meeting clients, sneaking Milly lunch and more!

To introduce him to those who haven’t yet had the pleasure we thought we’d undertake a short interview so you can find out all you need to know.

Enjoy!

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Health and Safety in Nail Bars

The nail industry is growing. There have been several articles in the press recently about the hidden dangers from salons. From people trafficking to health and safety concerns. We are going to highlight the hazards associated with the industry.

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Water Safety – Know The Facts

Did you know on average 400 people drown each year and 200 people take their own lives in our waters? The UK the National Drowning Prevention Strategy 2016-2026 seeks to reduce the number of deaths in our waters by 50%. The National Water Safety Forum is working with organisations to make activities in and around our waters safer.

Drowning in the UK accounts for more accidental fatalities annually than fire deaths in the home or cycling deaths on the road, so measures need to be taken. Drowning often has complex and multiple causes but they are preventable. Interventions such as creating safer environments, providing swimming lessons and water safety education can help to reduce the number of incidents and deaths.

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