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Makita makes it mess free

Makita has launched its latest XGT 40VMax vacuum cleaner, providing tradespeople with a powerful cleaning solution.

Snickers showcases new LITEWork working clothes

Snickers Workwear’s LITEWork working clothes combine superior comfort and protection for working in spring and summer on site.

Makita’s new products power construction

Makita UK has expanded its powerful XGT 40VMax range of machines with the launch of the new HS009G 235mm Circular Saw and ML006G Flashlight.

Snickers Workwear to weatherproof your workday

Stay dry, warm and comfortable by choosing from a range of water-repellent jackets that will keep you dry in light showers and deliver great breathability to ventilate your body when you’re active on site.

MAKITA XGT 40VMAX improves efficiency for Exeter company

Balustrade SW Ltd has expanded its toolkit with Makita’s XGT 40VMax machines, to ensure heavy-duty applications such as cutting, drilling and grinding can be completed safely and efficiently.

Snickers Workwear delivers winter warmth and cooling comfort when you need...

Snickers Workwear excels at ventilation to keep you cool and uses moisture transportation to stop you getting cold.

HSE focuses on respiratory risks

This year’s HSE inspections will be focusing on respiratory risks and occupational lung disease during its month-long initiative starting 4 October, supported by its WorkRight campaign. 

Marley supports the British Skin Foundation with its Safe in the...

Amid another heatwave this September, Marley is reminding roofers of the importance of is ‘Safe in the Sun’ campaign whilst supporting the British Skin Foundation.

Stop workplace injuries with Kee Safety

Kee Safety has developed its latest fall protection system for industrial and commercial applications which is quick and easy to install.

Police report £17.5 million of tools stolen in London in 2020

Nearly £17.5 million worth of tools were stolen in London in 2020, according to a study by Herts Tools. Data from the Metropolitan Police suggests that powered tools are far more likely to be stolen than non-powered tools.