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The Essential Guide to Fire Risk Assessment and Workplace Safety

For organisations of all sizes, ensuring workplace safety is a top priority. One critical aspect of workplace safety is fire risk assessment. Creating a comprehensive fire risk assessment plan not only protects your employees and customers but also helps you comply with legal requirements. In this article, we will explore the essential approach to fire

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Driving Excellence: Improving Workplace Transport Safety in Logistics

In the fast-paced world of logistics, where the constant flow of goods keeps business running smoothly, ensuring workplace transport safety is a paramount concern. The bustling activity on loading docks, continuous operation of forklifts, and coordinated movement of different vehicles highlight the necessity for strong management of health and safety in logistics. Based on the logistics report

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The Role of EHS Software in Enhancing Manufacturing Safety

Safety is everyone’s responsibility. In an era defined by swift technological progress and the rise of automation,  the manufacturing sector stands at the forefront of transformation. And certainly manufacturing safety is a major priority.  More than ever, manufacturing industry requires a dedicated focus on digital technologies. These are increasingly connected to health and safety processes. The implementation

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Kianda EHSwise sponsors in NISO Safety Conference 2023

The National Irish Safety Organisation (NISO) hosted their annual Health & Safety Conference and All Ireland Occupational Safety Awards on Friday 13th October 2023 in Killarney, Co. Kerry.  Kianda EHSwise was a key exhibitor at the event, where we proudly presented our innovative Environmental, Health and Safety Software alongside our interactive Safety Kiosk, a quick and

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Case Study: Maximising Safety Minimising Costs with EHS Software

  As we all know, the construction industry is a high-risk environment with potential accidents and injuries lurking around every corner. As such, it’s essential for you to prioritize Environmental, Health, and Safety protocols. One way to achieve this is by implementing EHS software, which can have a significant impact on a company’s bottom line.

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