skin care


How to reduce occupational skin disorders when working outdoors in the winter

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Occupational Skin Disorders: 3-Moments of Skin Care

According to the American Journal of Industrial Medicine more than one in 10 workers suffer from dermatitis, sore and inflamed skin on the hands which can make routine manual tasks a challenge. Read More

Industrial hand cleaning innovation developed by workers, for workers

Industrial workers are faced with many challenging environments, often exposed to dirt and contamination on a daily basis. These conditions have led to frequent hand washing, with many workers said to be using soaps that are too mild or too harsh for their skin. Read More

Preventing occupational skin disorders: skin care best practice

According to HSE, skin disorders affect 40% of workers at some point in their career. Occupational skin disorders (OSDs) are amongst the most significant health and safety issues facing industry leaders across the world. This whitepaper from Deb puts OSDs in the spotlight. Read More

Advice: Tackling occupational skin disorders

Up to 40% of workers will suffer a skin issue at some point in their working life Read More

Skin safety for outdoors workers

Get Your Free Ticket to Jonny Wilkinson's Talk at Safety & Health Expo 2019 Arguably one of the best-known rugby Read More

Case study: Healthy skin in construction

The construction sector and skin care might not always go hand in hand (excuse the pun). Here, Laing O’Rourke and Read More



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Manual Handling in the Workplace: Employee Factsheet

Driving at work: Director’s Briefing

Understanding contractor risk in the construction industry

5 rules for effective incident reporting

PPE in the Workplace: Employee Factsheet