Bad Debt: The 7 Deadly Sins of Credit Management

Even the tightest accounts department will admit that they have at least some late payments outstanding. But how can we avoid bad debt altogether? Firstly, read AccountAssyst’s ‘The Seven Deadly Sins of Credit Management and how you can avoid them!’, and then then download the full version here. 1. If you don’t know who you’re…

JCB Releases Waste Management and Recycling Safety Videos

Plant giant, JCB, has released a superb series of short films as part of an initiative aimed at improving the health and safety of waste management and recycling workers. ‘Wastewise’ comprises five films that promote safe and efficient operation’ of JCB handling machinery at waste sites. Produced in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Waste…

The Top 10 Dangers of Working with Electricity

Workers across Civil Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction sectors often work in close proximity to electricity. As well as taking obvious precautions, such as wearing Electrical Hazard Safety Boots, here are windpowerengineering.com’s 10 most common electrical safety mistakes: 1: Underestimating the dangers of lower voltage levels The main difference between low and high voltage is how…

Safety Footwear Has Evolved: Get A 30-Day Account Now

Safety Footwear has come on leaps and bounds lately and Gorilla Safety has evolved along with it. We provide an item of Safety Footwear and PPE to protect against most workplace hazards.

 Workers across the Engineering, Construction, Energy and the Waste Processing, Management and Disposal sectors need to source very specific Safety Footwear and Personal…

Utilities Engineering Expands – PPE For Working at Height and with Electricity

As BT expands its Openreach national broadband network, it’s also expanding its workforce across Shropshire, Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire. In fact, according to the Shropshire Star, more than 3,000 trainer engineers are being recruited with a view to mainly deliver the company’s ‘Fibre First’ programme; bringing faster, more reliable and future-proof Fibre to…

What Are the Foot Injury Risks to Waste Management Workers?

Waste Management, Waste Processing and Waste Disposal workplaces pose numerous and varied risks to workers’ health and safety. As is the case within most industrial settings, the most common sort of injuries can be foot injuries. Foot injuries within Waste Management, Waste Processing and Waste Disposal environments tend to fall within the following injury categories:…

What Are S3 Safety Boots?

With an array of available safety classifications, a lot of people ask us “What are S3 safety boots?” and “How are they different from SB, S1 and S2 boots?” Standard safety boots, like SB (safety basic) classification boots, for example, must conform to ISO EN 20345:2011, featuring toecap protection to 200 joules, as well as…

Gorilla Safety 2019 Safety Footwear Guide

Which protection class and safety features are right for your workforce? Choosing safety footwear that’s fit for purpose and that meets current safety standards is vital. However, the numerous classifications and optional features can be overwhelming and confusing. Here’s Gorilla Safety’s quick reference guide to make selecting suitable safety boots, safety shoes and safety trainers…