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CONTENTS


IN THIS MONTH’S ISSUE...


COVER STORY


Equipment (DSE) timebomb: hindsight or foresight?


18KEEP AN EYE OUT The Display Screen REGULARS 04EDITOR’S VOICE 24TOMORROW’S PRODUCTS


This season’s latest products, including The Pure Hold Hygiene Handle, which has already been successfully trialled in two NHS hospitals.


56TEN QUESTIONS


DARRAN YATES Darran Yates, MBICSc Safety Health, Environment, Quality and Training Director and Corporate Social Responsibility Director for IDG Holdings, Indepth Managed Services and Uniloads Ltd answers the Tomorrow’s Health & Safety Ten Questions.


WITH… NEWS 06NEWSFLASH The latest industry news. FEATURES


COMPLIANT? The HSE are considering charging for visits to your facility – whether you want them there or not. Are you prepared for the worst? Co-Editor, Karen Asbury, investigates.


NOT TO BE 20FIRST AID IN THE WORKPLACE


Richard Evens, Commercial Training Director, St John Ambulance, suggests seeing first aid training as a benefit, not a burden.


CLEANING & HYGIENE 30SAVE THE DAY Introducing a daytime


cleaning regime may seem alien to some, but it can benefit your workforce and reduce energy consumption, making your environment both healthier and safer.


Sales Director of DAS Business Furniture, discusses how occupational density in our place of work, and the quality of the air that we breathe as a result, can have a lasting effect on our health.


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www.tomorrowshs.com Kevin Ager, Technical 16CAN YOU AFFORD EMERGENCY EVACUATIONS


Tomorrow’s Health & Safety ask evacuation experts, Evacusafe Ltd, for their top ten tips for evacuations.


40BE SAFE NOT SORRY ELECTRICAL SAFETY FIRE SAFETY &


UPDATE This month, the hot topic is electrical safety as the first amendment to BS7671 2008 (2011) is soon to come into force. We ask Paul Caddick, of safety experts PHS Compliance, to explain the essential facts.


42ELECTRICAL COMPLIANCE


Leading fire risk expert pushes for even tougher fire safety law enforcement as fire safety offenders are jailed.


44WHERE THERE’S SMOKE… WORKING AT HEIGHT


Matthew Johnson, Managing Director of CAM Specialist Support, reviews working at height practices, which are being professionalised through training and modern standards.


50STANDARDS


Learning lessons from the construction industry with Chris Epps, Health and Safety Standards and Technical Co-ordinator, NHBC.


54THE HEIGHT OF CONCERN 03 ABOVE THE REST


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