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Health & Safety Publishers have announced the release of their latest handbook

Health and Safety Publications Ltd is the number one safety publisher in Ireland and their sights are set firmly on becoming number in the UK also. Their health and safety booklets are used by various industries in the public and private sector including Universities, small and large businesses and Government Agencies.

Health & Safety Publishers have announced the release of their latest handbook
The Working at Heights Handbook by David Randles of the Simian Risk Group. <p>Click <a href="" target="_blank">HERE</a> for a free preview</p>

The Working at Heights Handbook is the latest addition to their comprehensive and authoritative range of publications in the area of health and safety at work, which includes such important and diverse topics in the field such as manual handling, people handling, first aid, fork trucks, MEWPs, abrasive wheels and many more. Each publication is written by an expert in the area and is a clear and concise guide to best practice in its chosen field

Compliant with current UK legislation, their colourful A5 books are packed with vital information, useful photographs and humorous sketches making them reader friendly.  The covers of the books can be customised to feature company logos, contact details and any other information required.

Health and Safety Publications also works with companies to create bespoke books and presentations specific to that industry, for example, employee/contractor handbooks and risk assessment presentations.

This new book incorporates the latest and most up-to-date approaches in its field and it will be suitable, for amongst other purposes, use on courses designed to improve workers’ awareness of the need for safety when working at height and for the mounting of safety awareness campaigns for working at height.

To see a FREE preview of the new Working at Heights Handbook click HERE

To view the full range of books go to

Or contact them on 0203 432 9694 quoting ‘IOSH2018’ and ask how to get your FREE sample. 



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