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  1. Corporate Branding

    Corporate Branding

    We know how important brands are. That's why we provide an excellent branding service suitable for a variety of clothing and PPE.

    Our branding service includes embroidery, heat sealing and helmet branding.


    Give us a call on 01277 634 393 for more information.

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  2. Preventing Carbon Monoxide Exposure on the Construction Site

    Preventing Carbon Monoxide Exposure on the Construction Site

    Carbon monoxide (CO) is a silent killer, making it one of the most dangerous threats on the construction site. CO is odorless, meaning that whether it’s present on its own or among other “regular” gases and smells, it’s utterly undetectable.

    Within minutes of inhaling carbon monoxide, you can become unconscious and suffocate. Construction workers and welders are especially at risk. There is an increased risk of CO exposure in boiler rooms, warehouses, petroleum refineries, and steel production plants.

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is constantly stressing the importance of appropriate prevention methods against CO poisoning, since it can threaten the lives of countless workers on a construction site without any notice.

    Construction workers should take the following precautions and make note of these potential CO hazards.

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  3. 4 Simple Ways to Improve Jobsite Safety

    4 Simple Ways to Improve Jobsite Safety

    Construction work is inherently dangerous. Construction consistently leads all industries in total worker deaths each year and has one of the highest fatality rates for worker deaths. The top priority of every construction company should be to protect their workers from injuries and ensure everyone makes it home safe at the end of each shift.

    There are several reasons why construction work is so dangerous. Each jobsite is unique and presents its own sets of challenges and potential safety hazards. Unlike in a controlled environment, like a manufacturing plant or an office, jobsite conditions are constantly changing every day.

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