Power Lines

How to work safely near overhead power lines

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Many people are killed and injured each year by coming in contact with live overhead power lines or when flashovers happen. The risk is even higher if your occupation involves tall vehicles and long equipment, for example, elevated work platforms, vehicle mounted cranes, scaffold poles or combines, sprayer booms and irrigation pipes. Accidents have happened… Read more »

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18 Million are at electrical risk because they don’t ask this one question…

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Electrical Safety First, the UK’s electrical safety charity has released market research which shows that 18 Million UK residents could be putting themselves and their home at risk because they feel too embarrassed to ask if an electrician carrying work out for them, if they are registered to the UK national safety standard (BS 7671)… Read more »

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Pat Testing Requirements & FAQ’s

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PAT testing is often a subject stumbled upon that many people didn’t know about. The requirements of PAT Testing is something we get asked for a lot, so we thought we would put a blog together covering some of the most frequently asked questions we receive. How often do my appliances have to be tested?… Read more »

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Vapour

Don’t Let Your Vapour Go Up In Smoke

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On walking into a pub, an office or a shop many would be mistaken to think that you had time travelled back to Britain pre 2007, pre smoking ban. Seemingly ‘Harmless’ Vapour hangs in the air as people socialise, drink and work.  E-cigarettes, the industry worth hundreds of millions pounds is responsible. Around 2.1 million… Read more »

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