Category Archives: Workplace Solutions

Christmas Party Safety – 5 Top Tips

The preparations for your office Christmas Party are likely to be in full swing. Your staff are probably deciding between the turkey or fish option on the menu and planning their outfits for the party. Are you as prepared to … Continue reading

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Dealing with Stress in Winter

Christmas can be a mass of social interactions with family or relatives, some of whom you may rather not see! The family is stuck in the house, the kids are overexcited, there’s the tree to decorate, presents to buy and … Continue reading

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The changing use of drug and alcohol testing in the workplace

Drug and alcohol testing in the workplace was once limited to monitoring safety critical activities. These activities require a level of performance which, if compromised by impairment of any sort – including the debilitating effects of drugs and alcohol – can be physically dangerous to both the individuals affected and their colleagues. Continue reading

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Sobering thoughts

As many of us enjoyed one of the shortest working weeks of 2011, a Welsh charity has warned that two successive four day weekends will put a strain on some companies due to alcohol-related absenteeism.

Just how bad is it?
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The dangers of benzene

We explore the dangers of benzene, and look at what can be done to protect workers from benzene exposure Continue reading

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