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Are You Ready for the Job?

Any job can be difficult but what makes it harder is being unprepared. Of course, you may already know what you need to do but you may not have the right equipment or training. This can be dangerous for those working in potentially hazardous conditions. However, this...

The Importance of Maintaining Your Equipment

Many jobs require the use of specialist equipment and machinery, some of which may be quite complex. As much of this equipment will be used on a day-to-day basis, it’s essential that it is maintained in order to get the job done professionally. Of course, you...

Having the Right Qualifications in the New Year

After all the holiday celebrations, January is here and it’s time to get back to work. When it comes down to it, many may feel slightly lethargic or out of practice with machinery and safety precautions. However, it’s imperative that everyone has sufficient,...

Working at Height in Winter

With a chill in the air and weather that is unpredictable at best, winter can bring a whole host of difficulties for those who work at height. Whether it is spending time outside at the mercy of the elements or struggling through freezing conditions indoors, there are...

Are Your Safety Precautions Suitable?

When it comes to working at height, there are a wide variety of different safety rules and regulations which need to be kept in mind and adhered to at all times. After all, if the proper precautions aren’t followed, this can be dangerous for both individuals and their...

How to Assess Powered Machinery

A vital part of IPAF Training is to know how to correctly assess machinery to ensure its safety before use. Machinery should not be used unless it has been checked over by a responsible person. Working at height presents its own set of dangers without taking into...

The Importance of Knowing How to Use a Harness

Anyone that works at height is required to wear a harness for safety reasons, making it vitally important that they know how to use it properly. In the event of losing your footing while working on top of a scaffold tower, your safety harness is the difference between...