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safe kayaking
18
Jul
2016

Whether you’re a start-up novice or a seasoned pro, take precautions in order to paddle safe when kayaking.

Safe-working-on-construction-site
18
Jul
2016

The construction sector still remains a high risk environment and ensuring safety for those working on construction sites remains of crucial importance.

skin bleaching
14
Jul
2016

Skin bleaching creams often contain a chemical which can cause injuries such as rashes, itchy and flaky skin, and even permanent scarring.

cycling abroad
13
Jul
2016

In the past few years cycling abroad has grown massively in popularity, but there are a number of things to consider in order to stay safe.

e. coli breakout
7
Jul
2016

Public health officials are advising that there has been an breakout of E. Coli, which may be linked to consumers eating contaminated salad leaves.

DawesGuard
4
Jul
2016

The DawesGuard, developed by Dawes Highway Safety, is a revolutionary safety device designed to save the lives of cyclists in urban areas.

concussion
28
Jun
2016

Lester Aldridge is now a Corporate Member of Headway – the brain injury association.

falling hazards
20
Jun
2016

By baby proofing your home, you can protect your child from dangerous and possibly life threatening falling hazards.

teeth whitening
20
Apr
2016

Last year, more than 100,000 people in Britain tried teeth whitening. But is the quest for a bright smile as effective as we think and are there any risks involved?

Cycling in London
17
Mar
2016

Transport for London statistics suggest that cycling in London has become safer, however accidents still occur so here’s some tips to stay safe whilst cycling in London.