Optimal Machine Handling & Safety Measures in a Factory Setting Should Be More Strictly Observed

As machine and equipment related accidents continue to be quite common and widespread at factories and warehouses in the UK, it raises questions regarding whether or not stricter measures are required to better protect both workers and properties against damage. Taking a look at the scenario right...

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By Mike Page Posted: 19/03/19 Updated: 19/03/19

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