SpillTector Makes Absorbing Oil and Fuel Easy

by Paul Kelly in Business Supplies | posted:

When working with machinery that are powered by oil and fuel, minimising leaks can be tricky. Machines like this come in all shapes and sizes and having the necessary tools to minimise leaks can be a problem. British manufacturer Fentex has come up with a solution for oil and fuel leakage. Its origin began back […]

Paper Towels vs Hand Dryers: The Long Feud

by Paul Kelly in Washrooms & Hygiene | posted:

Like Dogs vs Cats, United vs City, or Coke vs Pepsi, there has been a long and bitter rivalry that has split people for as long as anyone can remember. There have been reports, experiments, and everything else and no conclusion on whether paper towels or hand dryers are better. Hell’s Decibels The debate surrounding paper towels and hand […]

Defibrillator: The 5 W’s (and an H)

by Paul Kelly in Workplace Safety | posted:

There is a lot of fuss about defibrillators and their importance in the workplace today. But do you know everything you need to have one and use it when necessary? Who can use a defibrillator? Anyone can use an AED (Automated External Defibrillator). They come with audio and visual aids to guide the user when […]

What Should You Have For Your Baby Changing Facilities?

by Paul Kelly in Business Supplies, Washrooms & Hygiene, Waste Disposal, Waste Management | posted:

When thinking of baby changing facilities, it is important to consider what is necessary. This is to ensure that your customers have everything they need to complete a nappy change in the most hygienic way possible. Baby Changer Having a good baby changer that fits the room without compromising the space is vital for providing […]

Drones, the Future of Emergency Services?

by Paul Kelly in Lunchtime Read | posted:

In the case of a 999 call, time is of the essence. In this situation an ambulance is called which, depending on where the emergency is, may take a while to arrive. For a situation such as a cardiac arrest, where every second counts, an ambulance might not get there in time. This is usually […]

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