October 24th, 2014
When it comes to the health and safety of your staff, customers and suppliers, attention to detail is of paramount importance. Anything that slips under the radar can result in injury, law suits and damage to your reputation. A health and safety management system works to identify risks and put in place efficient processes to avoid mishaps and accidents. There are obviously obligations around health and safety that your company must commit to in order to not break the law but a health and safety management system helps you to take it that one step further to really reduce the risk of accidents.
It is a good idea to appoint someone in your company to head up the management system. This ensures that should something go wrong that there is someone designated as accountable. This isnt so that blame can be put on someone but so that it is someones duty to manage the system and monitor any changes. They would be in charge of ensuring that hazards, however small, have been identified and that solutions have been implemented to reduce any risks. They should also make sure that all staff have been trained effectively and that routine checks are done to make sure that nothing has changed.
Many organisations, especially larger companies and those in the public sector choose to obtain OHSAS 18001. This is the international standard as set by ISO (international organisation for standardisation) for health and safety systems management. There are many reasons for its popularity but the main one is that is provides clear and easy to implement guidelines for health and safety policy in the workplace. After you achieved the standard, you will be presented with a company handbook that is bespoke to you and your processes. This is ideal for staff training and means that should anything change, you can easily just add the new policies to the handbook.
October 23rd, 2014
Bees are simply amazing. To date, scientists have not been able to replicate many of bee’s creations. Royal Jelly and Propolis ranks among the top of bee products that scientists have not been able to fully comprehend as they contain compounds that have not yet been identified yet the health benefits of these products are well documented throughout ages.
Royal Jelly — The Queen’s Food
Royal Jelly is a bee product that is manufactured for the nourishment of the hive’s Queen Bee. Royal Jelly is such a powerful and nutritious food that it extends the life of the bee from one to two months, the average life span of a worker bee, to one of approximately five years!
October 23rd, 2014
Let me explain what healthy skin in simple words. Healthy skin is smooth, soft, evenly tonedin short, beautiful! How is this logical? Let us use an analogy. Youll know when youre sick when you dont feel well, you look pale and your skin feels clammy, right? Well, just like any other form of illness, it manifests itself in irregularities in your feeling and physical appearancejust like someone with Hepatatis has a yellowish complexion. And so, unhealthy skin can be defined by its rough texture, abnormal coloration (I say abnormal because each persons tone of complexion varies), dryness and oiliness, and skin that is inappropriate for your age. For instance, youre just in your twenties and yet you have wrinkles like youre in your fourties.
So, in contrast to what an unhealthy skin is, a healthy skin is smooth, soft, evenly toned and appropriate for natural aging. It makes sense, right? And whats most important is that these external factors symbolize that your skin is functioning properly in that it protects your body from the sometimes unkind effects of the environment, prevents harmful germs and bacteria from penetrating your body, and preserves the skins natural waterproof property.
So, knowing that a beautiful skin equals a healthy skin, let me give you just one very important word of advice that is essential in keeping your skin healthy and beautiful. Regulate your skins exposure to the sun. as you all know, sunlight contains harmful, and sometimes even fatal, UV rays that causes premature skin aging and skin cancer. It is your skins number one enemy. It not only makes you sweat, which bleeds your skin of the water it needs to function normally, but too much exposure also causes the appearance of wrinkles, age spots, and skin cancer.