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Do you need a face fit test done urgently?

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Please contact us on for availability. *********************************************************************** Face fit testing conducted by Face Fit Testing UK is available for local tradesmen, workers and employees in the West Sussex area.  We are Fit2Fit Approved Provider, so just call 01903 944700 or email to make a booking at our site in Poling, West Sussex – […]

Train the Tester – Qualitative

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Our sister company Alpha Training Safety Solutions Ltd is now offering a half day Train the Tester course for qualitative testing. The training takes place in Poling, West Sussex or at the client’s site – subject to delegate numbers. Contact Alpha training team on 07377 446462 or

Protect from the risks of work related Respiratory Disease

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Each year workers suffer from illnesses caused or made worse by their current or most recent job. Many workers also suffer ill health from workplace exposures – some working environments can cause life threatening diseases such as Work Related Lung Disease. High risk tasks associated with Work Related Lung Disease include; cutting, drilling and sanding. […]

FAQs about Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE)

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The HSE website provides this useful list of Frequently Asked Questions regarding the use of Respiratory Protective Equipment.   The information is split into information for Employers, and for Employees. Employers When should I provide RPE? Why is RPE the last resort or last line of protection? What should I do before deciding to use RPE? […]

Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) – The basics

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Work activities may result in harmful substances contaminating the air in the form of dust, mist, gas or fume. For example: cutting a material such as stone, concrete or wood using a liquid containing volatile solvents handling a dusty powder Workers may also need to work in areas where oxygen levels are low, for example: […]