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OUR APPROACH:

Effective Health & Safety is not about what you do; but about why you do it. At Harrier UK, we believe it is morally, ethically and financially the right way to operate; not just to comply with a regulation or procedure.

You will find a common sense approach to Health & Safety that will engage your employees, find the best solutions, and improve the efficiency of your business using a sensible quality over quantity model.

LATEST NEWS

We’ve joined forces with 1st Choice Safety Training to deliver affordable courses to small businesses

At Harrier, we believe in putting people first. With this in mind, we’re happy to announce that we’ve teamed up with 1st Choice Safety Training to deliver a series of first aid and safety training courses to small businesses across the East Midland’s!

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Stress Busters: Understanding stress triggers & how to manage them

Do you suffer from too much stress? Are you trying to manage the impact of stressed staff? Are your sickness absence levels high and performance lower than you’d like it to be? Would you like to reduce your own stress levels and learn how to do this for the staff you manage? Then this is the workshop for you!

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£1600 raised for The British Heart Foundation

Harrier recently helped the Alfreton & Ripley British Heart Foundation Fundraising Group raise £1600.50 with their Flat Cap & Ferrets event by sponsoring one of the races, enabling the money raised on the night to directly benefit the British Heart Foundation.

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Butcher fined following worker injury

A butchers has been fined after a worker suffered deep lacerations to one his hands when working.

Bristol Magistrates Court heard how the worker was cutting beef bones on a band saw at the time of the incident when he suffered deep lacerations to his left hand.

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Yo ho ho and jingle bells – how to make sure everyone stays safe at work as you celebrate Christmas

Yo ho ho and jingle bells – how to make sure everyone stays safe at work as you celebrate Christmas

Workplace Christmas celebrations are an important festive tradition. Allowing decorations at work and organising a party is a great way to keep up staff morale and make people feel that they are working hard for an organisation which cares about their welfare and happiness. For management, it is however also important to be aware that Christmas parties organised by a company fall under the category of “work activities”, and therefore the employer still has a duty of care towards their staff.

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