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Our News Section provides regular updates on the latest company and industry news as well as discussion and advice pieces on best practice for providing solutions for safe working at height.

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    Christmas closure dates

    Posted By: Charlie Category: News - Blog

    Our Christmas closure dates are now available.

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    ‘Elf and Safety Myths Debunked

    Posted By: Mark Dolan Category: News - Blog

    We take a look at some of the most popular ‘elf and safety myths that pop up around this time of year, so the next time you hear them pop up, you’ll know the real story.

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    What does ‘not cold to the touch’ mean?

    Posted By: Charlie Category: News - Blog

    Our Kee Access range meet the stringent requirements of the Equality Act 2010 (DDA) but what are they?

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    Counterfeit PPE: what’s the risk?

    Posted By: Mark Dolan Category: News - Blog

    Counterfeit PPE is a growing issue within the safety industry, and in recent years there has been an influx of items which do not meet standards, with everything from poor quality gloves to high-vis vests being sold as the real deal.

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    Rooftop walkways: do you need them?

    Posted By: Chris Paterson Category: News - Blog

    Ensuring the safety of workers at height should be the priority for anyone with site management responsibilities, as well as designers.

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    Roof Edge is exhibiting at Scotland Build

    Posted By: Roof Edge Category: News

    We will be exhibiting at Scotland Build, SEC Glasgow, 22 - 23rd November 2017

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    Roof Edge’s guardrail and handrail solution for the NHS

    Posted By: Mark Dolan Category: News - Blog

    Roof Edge provides a full handrail and guardrail solution perfectly designed to provide safety and security to the NHS, keeping patients, visitors and staff safe across the country.

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    Health and Safety Sentencing Guidelines

    Posted By: Mark Dolan Category: News - Blog

    In February 2016, new sentencing guidelines were introduced for offences relating to health and safety and corporate manslaughter. The new sentences give a definitive guideline as well as more serious consequences for health and safety failings.

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    Guardrails and handrails: fittings v fabrication

    Posted By: Chris Paterson Category: News - Blog

    Guardrails and handrails are a popular solution to protect people from hazards. There are two main types of railing, fabricated and fittings.

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    What to expect during a HSE inspection

    Posted By: Chris Paterson Category: News - Blog

    When it comes to unsafe building sites and premises, inspectors of the Health and Safety have formidable power, granted to help stop accidents before they happen by shutting down or reprimanding sites that are not following the rules.

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