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  • Digital Communications Review outcome

    Digital Communications Review outcome (/websites/LinuxPackage09/cw/uc/ap/cwucapital.org/public_html/resources/ent/articles/2017/03/13/77/image/dfe272c3e0008fc.jpg)

    Published: 13th March 2017

    The outcome of the Ofcom Digital Communications Review was announced on Friday 10th March 17 and here's what it mean to BT people.

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  • Drilling on Ladders

    Health and Safety

    Drilling on Ladders (/websites/LinuxPackage09/cw/uc/ap/cwucapital.org/public_html/resources/ent/thisimagecannotbedisplayed.jpg)

    Published: 2nd August 2010

    BT now says that the Hammer Light 24-Volt cordless drill (item code No 141780) or Hammer Light Cordless 1 12-Volt (item code 008520), are the only drills to be used to install an eyebolt 2A.

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  • Driver Fatique

    Health and Safety

    Driver Fatique (/websites/LinuxPackage09/cw/uc/ap/cwucapital.org/public_html/resources/ent/articles/2010/08/02/13/image/lcvtelecom_06.jpg)

    Published: 2nd August 2010

    Driver fatigue is a serious problem resulting in many thousands of road accidents each year. Sleepiness reduces reaction time, alertness, concentration and decision making, all crucial driving skills.

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  • DSE Rest Breaks

    Health and Safety

    DSE Rest Breaks (/websites/LinuxPackage09/cw/uc/ap/cwucapital.org/public_html/resources/ent/thisimagecannotbedisplayed.jpg)

    Published: 2nd August 2010

    Display Screen Equipment (DSE) formerly known as Visual Display Units or Terminals (VDUs/VDTs), have become an increasing part of work & home life over the past few decades.

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  • Environment in BT Buildings

    Health and Safety / BT (General)

    Environment in BT Buildings (/websites/LinuxPackage09/cw/uc/ap/cwucapital.org/public_html/resources/ent/articles/2011/06/20/47/image/building_environment_image.jpg)

    Published: 20th June 2011

    Lighting, noise, temperature and humidity can contribute to a safe and healthy working environment.
    What's reasonable for you to expect if they're not?

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