Don't Endure Another Winter Of Discontent Protect Your Business Before The Worst Of The Weather Comes



Released on: October 12, 2010, 6:13 am
Author: Safetyshop
Industry: Industrial

The nights are already drawing in, and soon winter will be with us in full force. So now’s the time to make sure that your business is prepared if you want to avoid the chaos brought by the severe weather of the start of 2010.

With a leading authority on forecasting the British weather warning that the UK could be in for a second consecutive big freeze, leading safety equipment specialist is asking business owners and managers to think ahead, and ask themselves how their day-to-day operations would cope.

The UK could be in for “a combination of snow, ice and bitterly cold temperatures and another ‘white-out’ as some areas grind to a halt,” warned Jonathan Powell of Positive Weather Solutions. His organisation correctly forecast the big freeze earlier this year.

“If these predictions from experienced weather-watchers are to be believed, we’re in line for another harsh winter,” said Kimberley Slack, Safetyshop’s Internet Marking Executive.

“But there is no need for businesses to be caught cold by a sudden freeze,” Kimberley added.

“Stocking up on essentials such as anti-slip matting, using heaters and fans to keep your working environment at the right temperature, and having all the appropriate safety signs in place will help you stay productive through the worst this winter has in store.”

Safetyshop can help you keep your premises safe, limit damage caused by snow and rain, and help you prepare your business for any severe weather to come. With Rock Salt and Grit bins available as well as salt spreaders to ensure your car parks, entrances and walkways are safe.

From snow to ice to heavy rain – ensure premises and working environments are as safe as possible for your employees and visitors. Safetyshop can help you choose the right products and appropriate warning signs for your factory, office or warehouse, along with the right equipment and fittings to help prevent any mishaps.

In 2009, nearly 11,000 workers suffered a serious injury as a result of a slip or trip at work – that’s more than 30 every day. Identifying and dealing with dangers and risks in the workplace will help prevent many more people from becoming another one of these unwanted statistics.

Make sure your business stays one step ahead of the weather this winter, and keep it and your workers safe. Visit today, or call us free on 0800 389 5310.

Contact Details: Kimberley Slack, Internet Marketing Executive Safetyshop. Douglas Bruce House, Corrie Way, Bredbury Ind Park, Stockport, Cheshire. SK6 2RR T: +44 161 406 5571 | F: +44 161 406 5525 | |



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