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How to avoid burn-out at work and improve your mental health
How to manage the pressures of the electrical industry and why burn-out at work should not be underestimated
Why sufficient lighting is critical to construction site safety
Why planning for sufficient lighting should be a key consideration for the construction industry, even more so as winter approaches.
Scottish housing minister echoes CICV Forum calls for Covid caution
Construction workers need to remain Covid smart in order to combat the virus, according to Scottish housing minister Kevin Stewart.
How to stay safe on a construction site during Covid-19
Top tips on how to stay safe whilst working on a construction site during the age of Covid-19, including which procedures you should follow.
Brand-new ERA Protect Floodlight Camera arrives
As part of the next generation of wireless smart home security, ERA has introduced the ERA Protect Floodlight Camera.
Why PAT testing should still be performed even while working remotely
Darren Tonge looks at a company’s obligations towards home working and whether PAT testing duties stretch to outside the office environment.
How to work safer on medium voltage systems
What can you do to protect yourself against hidden hazards that are not readily apparent while working on medium voltage systems?
SELECT cautiously welcomes Scottish delay to new smoke alarm rules
SELECT has cautiously welcomed a proposed one-year delay to new rules on domestic smoke alarms in Scotland.
ESP launches new foot-operated Door Pull
ESP has added a foot-operated Door Pull to its Aperta access control range, ideal for places where infection control is high on the agenda.
Fluke ii910 Precision Acoustic Imager detects electrical discharge, pinpoints leaks
Fluke has revealed the ii910 Precision Acoustic Imager, which the company says is capable of detecting corona and partial discharge from 120m