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A new compilation study released by Friends of the Earth, revealed almost 2,000 locations in the UK exceeded World Health Organisation guideline safety limits for air pollution last year. Comparing levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) – air pollution – the...
NHS England have committed to spending £70million on mobile lung cancer scanning vehicles to help reduce deaths from lung cancer through early detection. These trucks will be strategically located in supermarket carparks across areas of Britain which are suffering from...
Discussing Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) state: “Where RPE is used, it must be able to provide adequate protection for individual wearers. RPE can't protect the wearer if it leaks. A major cause of leaks...
Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) is just one means of protecting people from potentially hazardous materials, gases, pathogens and vapors in the air. In fact, RPE is often referred to as the ‘last line of defense’ against respiratory hazards. Thinking of...
If you’re staff use Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) at work, you should be aware that it is a legal requirement that they pass a Fit Test on the required make/model of respirator before using it in the workplace. But did...
The new 10 year plan for the NHS, released earlier this year, has selected respiratory care as one of its national priorities.   Focusing on the likes of cancer, mental health, learning disabilities and digital enabled care alongside respiratory matters, this...
For quick and efficient Fit Testing across your Trust The new Fit Test Cascade Kit from Full Support Healthcare includes everything you need to carryout Qualitative Fit Testing straight out of the box. Designed by Fit Testers for Fit Testers, these...
A Taskforce focused on respiratory matters and lung health have called for a greater focus on improving early diagnosis of respiratory conditions in their National Five Year Plan for Lung Health, published December last year. The plan launched by the Taskforce...
When tight-fitting Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) is required for work, it is a legal requirement that every employee pass a Fit Test for the particular make/model of RPE that they will be using. In order for RPE to provide sufficient...
* Download your FREE Respiratory Chemical Hazards eBook Respiratory Protection Equipment (RPE) is fundamental in protection against chemical hazards - protecting staff from potentially fatal respiratory conditions and side-effects.But only if used correctly.In this free new eBook we introduce you to the...

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