Unbeknown to many, colours can have a huge impact on our emotions, behaviour and even our psychic abilities. Many cultures have philosophies on the power certain colours can bring to your life. For example, according to Hindu mythology, the colour red denotes bravery, protection and strength- core values that engulf their belief system. The colour red is used throughout every aspect of Hindu culture, from weddings, to temples, to even the colour of the bindi that is normally pasted on their heads.read full article →
Articles in the “healthcare” category
As soon as snow hits, the country seems to go into melt down. Excuse the pun, but it is true. So when the question came about, how can we help you, the solution for us was simple: ergonomically designed snow equipment. Our tough and durable pushers and shovels will allow you to move the snow from your car parks, driveways and paths and we have a wide selection to suit your every need.read full article →
With the tabloids screaming warnings about the coming hard winter, hospitals are busily preparing for the worst winter in many years. The meteorological science behind the headlines might be dubious (BBC) but it seems that the hospital trusts are taking no chances.
The Christmas from HELL: Biggest winter storm EVER to wreck holidays for millions in UK (Express 1)read full article →
Just like all organisations, health and safety is increasingly important to school sand is becoming one of the biggest topics for the education sector. Indeed, all educational establishments are responsible for student’s health and safety during their time on the premises.
Many schools have focused on health & safety within the context of the school buildings and surroundings, forgetting the importance of what in business might be termed manual handling. In essence, the school and national curriculum force the pupils to need a number of heavy items to be carried around – which without secure and convenient school lockers place the pupils at risk of damaging their physical wellbeing.read full article →