RESOURCES

Holding a comprehensive range of technical reference material in order to underpin our knowledge and so be better equipped to serve our Clients.

At Safety Squared we maintain a comprehensive and growing library as an essential part of our business activities and as an important resource for our clients. It includes:

• Over 300 standards from the British, European, International and Military categories. Obsolete and withdrawn standards are also retained since vital information can accidentally be deleted or are lost when revisions or new standards are produced.
• Over 100 worldwide legal acts, regulations and directives.
• Over 150 booklets on safety guidance and safety bulletins.
• Over 300 scientific research articles, papers and reports.
• Over 200 high speed and normal speed video files.

We have the means available to search and access other documentation in an expedient way, through:

• British Library membership, with access to extensive databases
• Relationship with the RAF Centre of Aviation Medicine and with the Defence Science and Technology Library (DSTL)
• BSI Membership & Library Services

We also have access to a large amount of grey literature, i.e. that which is sometimes difficult to locate through normal library channels.

Examples of Our Current Holdings

Papers, Articles and Reports Held

 

Further Details

Standards Held

 

Further Details

Guidance and Bulletins Held

 

Further Details

Examples of Our Articles and Reports

Some design principles of horizontal fall protection systems

by David Riches BSc(Hons)

 

David wrote this article about what is involved when designing a horizontal lifeline for the Safety & Health Practitioner Magazine.

 

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Safety at Height Newsletter
Issue 6

by David Riches BSc(Hons)

 

David wrote this article asking the question: “Will a hooped ladder provide a safe means of access?” for Safety at Height.

 

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Introduction to
Fall Protection

by David Riches BSc(Hons)

 

David gave this presentation introducing the important aspects of fall protection at the Slips, Trips and Falls Conference 2016.

 

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