Even in a Heatwave, Asbestos Removal is Still Essential
This week has been a record-breaking heatwave for the UK! We hope that you’ve been keeping cool and having fun in the sun.
While it has been extremely hot, just remember that it is of the up-most importance to stay safe. Asbestos fibers although being soft and flexible are heat resistant, which means that they are still a danger even if us ‘Brits’ aren’t used to this high temperature. These fibers enter your system when you inhale and, in this weather, when it is so hot, we tend to over-heat and have heavier breathing so just be far more aware of your environment and ensuring that it is a safe place. When inhaled, these asbestos fibers can contribute to a host of asbestos-related diseases that mainly consist of chest and lung cancer.
Asbestos can be like a silent killer and is still a cause of death in the present day, which is why we want you to take advantage of our cost-effective asbestos removal skills now! We work across the UK, specifically in areas around Cambridge, Bedford, Leicester, Kettering, Peterborough & Coventry.
If you live somewhere outside of these regions, then definitely give us a call on 07870 549014 and we can see if we can reach you. Alternatively you can always drop us a message in the box below and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) has published its Annual Report and Accounts for the period 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021. The twenty-second Annual Report records a significant decrease in the number of major and recordable injuries in the workplace.
The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) has announced an inspection and enforcement initiative within engineering companies, which is set to begin in May. The inspections will focus on compliance with industry standards specifically in relation to the control of welding fume.
The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) have issued a Class Exemption under the Gas Safety (Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1997 (GSMR). This Class Exemption allows gas network operators in Northern Ireland (NI) to inject biomethane gas into the gas network with an Oxygen content of up to 1% molar and up to […]
HSE has constructed a short Survey Monkey questionnaire to gather information on whether Article 55(1) derogation permits are still required. That is, whether there is now sufficient availability of hand sanitisers and the active substances they contain, such that temporary BPR derogations are no longer required.