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One of the most common hazards found in the workplace is the use, handling and storage of hazardous substances. The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations have been introduced to guide employers on how to safely control the use of hazardous substances and …

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To reduce the spread of COVID-19, the majority in business are following the guidance from local health officials, facilitating all employees to be able to work from home. EcoOnline entirely encourages this government policy and has ensured that all staff have the means to work …

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There are many reasons to substitute chemicals and choose less hazardous chemicals to reduce risks at your workplace. But what are the effects of choosing not to substitute? We will give you the answer to this question, and also include success stories of companies that …

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HSE work can be time consuming. To ensure that your business follows the law and implements optimal routines for a safe workplace, you rely on an easy-to-use system, available to the entire organization. But how do you know if the tool you use today is …

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To ensure the working environment within an organisation runs smoothly, requires long-term commitment. By choosing a digital HSE system, you can streamline this work and create a better culture for workplace safety. All employees need to be aware and understand what work safety is and …

5 benefits of choosing EcoOnline as your solution for workplace safety

EcoOnline develops user-friendly digital software that improves health and safety in the workplace, while helping customers deliver sustainable results for the environment.

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It doesn’t come as shocking news that poor or non-existent occupational safety and health (OSH) practices cost companies money. But did you know that according to studies, for every Euro invested in OSH, there is a return of €2.2 Euros?

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According to a study conducted by the HSE, “The safety culture of an organisation is the product of individual and group values, attitudes, perceptions, competencies, and patterns of behaviour that determine the commitment to, and the style and proficiency of, an organisation’s health and safety …

The 5 Step Process on How to Substitute Chemicals

Working with substitution and phasing out dangerous chemicals is a continuous task and an important one. Not everybody knows how to conduct it efficiently. Learn more about the process and start substituting today.