New One-Stop Website for Cost-Effective Health & Safety Management

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Indicator, publisher of the fortnightly newsletter Tips & Advice Health & Safety, launches a new website with invaluable tools and resources for everyone involved in health and safety. It contains essential health and safety and fire documents, ready-to-use advice, information, special reports, key health and safety law data and everything needed to manage health and safety and avoid enforcement action in a cost-effective way.

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The new website, Tips & Advice Health & Safety Plus, from Indicator Ltd contains documents, advice, information, Special Reports and all the tools needed to prevent and resolve health and safety problems and avoid enforcement action in a cost-effective way. It's the one-stop website for health and safety managers, consultants and advisors, company directors and business owners.

For more than six years, Indicator Ltd has been publishing independent advice on health and safety. This new online resource deals specifically with the health and safety problems encountered by small and medium-sized businesses.

Content is short and concise, in jargon-free, plain English and is ready to use. It offers to-the-point advice and handy tools.

This new website has all the advantages of an online product: easy-to-use interface, handy directories and quick keyword search engines to readily take everyone involved in health and safety to the advice, documents and tools they need, 24 hours a day.

Most important features of the website are:
Article Database: Where you'll find every piece of advice ever published in Tips & Advice Health & Safety. Search more than 1,000 previous articles.

Health & Safety and Fire Safety Documents: Health & Safety and Fire Safety Documents: Extensive directory of 160 ready-to-use and regularly updated policies, procedures, checklists, rules and guidance notes.

Risk Assessment Documents: Fill-in forms that simplify the risk assessment process by providing example hazards, risks and control measures in numerous workplace scenarios.

Safety Briefings: Ready-to-use training notes that cover everyday workplace risks.

Special Reports: Our Special Reports covering the latest problems in workplace health
and safety.

New and Forthcoming Legislation/Guidance: A summary of new and forthcoming legislation plus what you need to do to comply with it.

Search Health & Safety Law Online: Customised search engine for all your health and safety needs.

Full access and unlimited use of all content on the Tips & Advice Health & Safety Plus website is only available via an annual subscription costing £117.

For additional information on this new one-stop website for cost-effective health and safety management, contact Duncan Callow, content manager or visit
Tips & Advice Health & Safety Plus.

Earlier this year Indicator successfully launched the Tips & Advice Personnel Plus website. It contains documents, advice, information, Special Reports and all the tools needed to prevent and resolve personnel problems and manage staff in a cost-effective way. It's the one-stop website for employers, personnel managers, company directors and business owners.

About Indicator Ltd:
For more than eight years, Indicator has been publishing independent advice on tax, financial, legal, environmental, company director, personnel and health and safety issues. Mainly for directors, owners and managers of small and medium-sized businesses, but also for the advisors who assist these people. Indicator's editorial staff are all experts in their field. A network of external contacts, each one an expert in a different domain, enables Indicator to direct and adapt the advice to suit differing situations. Advice is delivered via various printed publications and online resources, from 'Advice Letters' for daily management of a business, to 'Special Reports' for a more in-depth view on certain topics, to 'Books' for comprehensive advice on certain themes, to special online resources.

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