Valentine's Day is fast approaching and at Shoes For Crews (Europe) Ltd we're feeling the love. So, we decided it's time for another competition. Here's your chance to win a free pair of SFC shoes for you AND your team.Read More
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Published 26, Nov 2015
Do you know how much it costs Great Britain when employees are injured at work or get a work-related illness? Being injured at work doesn't only have financial repercussions for the employee but also costs the employer and the economy. We've broken down the costs in Great Britain so you can see what employers have to pay for each time their employee is injured in the workplace. You'll be surprised by the statistics!
Published 20, Nov 2015
In a study by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) this year, it was estimated that over 600,000 workers are injured at work every year in Great Britain alone. Promisingly, the number of fatal injuries at work have reduced over the past five years as businesses improve health and safety measures in the workplace. Whilst the number of non-fatal injuries has also decreased, it has actually begun to plataeu, meaning that there is now room for improvement. We outline some of the shocking stats about today's workplace injuries and how you can prevent them.
Published 04, Nov 2015
Going to work every day shouldn't pose a risk to your health. Over the last century, businesses have been working hard to improve health and safety standards so you don’t have to go to work worrying for your life. At Shoes For Crews our main goal is to keep workers safe at work with our slip-resistant shoes, so out of interest we wanted to have a look at the statistics and find out which country in Europe has the worst health and safety records.
Which EU country do you think is the most dangerous place to work? We think you might be surprised by the results
Published 23, Sep 2015