Imagine if your kettle didn’t have an automatic shut-off function in case of overheating. What if your toaster didn’t have a safety function that ensures children won’t get electrocuted if they stick their metal fork into it to fish their toast out?
28 April is World Day for Safety and Health at Work, reminding us that prevention is the best cure for workplace incidents.
Energy Safety is reminding property owners that they are responsible for the power lines from the point of supply, which is normally where the line crosses the boundary of the property.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has recently agreed that the British standard BS 7928:2013 Specification for head protectors for cricketers should be adopted by all of its members as the de facto international standard for cricket helmets.
The National Safety Show is the largest event dedicated to workplace safety in New Zealand. It will be held in Auckland from 21 to 23 June 2015.
It is essential that anyone considering buying a quad bike or allowing a child to drive or ride on one understands that quad bikes are powerful machines with a high centre of gravity.