Fire odours and smoke odours are invisible threats

Fire odours and Smoke odours are invisible threats

Most persistent odours can be damaging to the health of your family. They can also be embarrassing and very unpleasant. Smoke and odour particles are particularly dangerous as they can continue to be airborne many days after an incident has occurred. When faced with bad odours in your home, contacting […]

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Who is at an increased risk of suicide?

Who is at an increased risk of suicide

In Australia, suicide is the leading cause of death among persons aged between 15 to 49 years. Every year approximately 3,000 Australians end their lives, which is an average of about 8 people a day. This is more than persons dying on the roads each year. Statistics also show that […]

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Rely on experts for an industrial accident cleanup

Rely on experts for an industrial accident cleanup

Over the past several years, there have been many advances in industrial safety conditions. Serious workplace accidents are uncommon in most industries as these safety standards are strictly implemented. Unfortunately, accidents can happen at any workplace, business or industrial property. After an industrial accident has occurred, the workplace has to […]

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Safe handling and disposal of sharps and syringes

Safe handling and disposal of sharps and syringes

Sharps are defined as any object that can puncture or penetrate the skin. Inoculation is done with the use of needles and syringes, scalpels, scissors, forceps, similar sharp items. The utility of sharps and syringes presents a possibility for cuts, bruises & puncture wounds. If safe handling and disposal is […]

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