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Case Study: Insulated Safety Mat Solution For International Airline

Oxford Safety Components was approached by an international airline for help resolving a risk to their workers during the refurbishment of their aircraft. The problem The client, a large airline that has been carrying out regular international flights for almost 50 years, approached us after hazards were identified during the refurbishment of their aircraft. During […]
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Overcoming The Dangers of Aircraft Maintenance

We all love a good summer holiday, and we rely on the airlines we spend our hard-earned money with to get us there safely. They, in turn, rely on an army of skilled engineers and workers to keep their million-pound airliners in top condition. But even the most skilled of these engineers is put at […]
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Protecting Against Stairwell Voids During Construction

Most of us probably don’t think about the stairs we use every day, but chances are, you do know how dangerous they can be. Slips, trips, and falls on staircases can be lethal. Whether it’s because we weren’t paying attention, or because we simply lost our balance, the stairs are one of the most dangerous […]
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Why You Need A Facilities Maintenance Checklist And What Should Be On It

Facilities Maintenance Checklists are a crucial part of ensuring businesses and facilities are in top working order. Essentially, they allow managers and employees to keep track of everything that’s happening around the site and - crucially - maintenance priority to keep things running smoothly. Without a comprehensive maintenance checklist, things can fall through the cracks […]
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News: The New Brand Identity of Oxford Safety

The last year has come with its challenges, and despite the many obstacles, it was still a very exciting year for Oxford Safety Components. In December 2019 we became part of the world-renowned safety solutions and products company Kee Safety Group- helping to propel us into new markets and redesign our brand. We've been working […]
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The Various Types Of Home Construction Methods

Although most people not in the industry might take it for granted, homebuilding is a highly complex endeavour, and there are a range of construction types that can be utilised to build the homes we live in. In this blog, we’ll take a look at some of the most common types of construction styles for […]
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Fall Arrest Protection Solutions For Concrete Specialists

Oxford Safety Components, together with Kee Safety Group was chosen by one of Europe’s leading concrete structure specialists to help guarantee the health and safety of the workers at their Hungarian site. The Problem The client, based in Hungary, are specialists in the design, production, and assembly of precast concrete structures and industrial flooring. Since […]
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Working Safely on Stairs | Stairwell Platform

Most of us probably don’t think twice about stairs. Whether at home or in public, you probably don’t spare them a second glance. But, if you work as a tradesperson, you’re likely well aware of the challenges posed when working on stairs, and how quickly underestimating them can lead to injury. Tradespeople are regularly required […]
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Effective Pit Protection for German Mineral Production

Oxford Safety Components were approached by a large German mineral producer after they identified our product as the best solution for protecting workers around their pits. The client, recognised globally as a leading producer of lime, dolomite and other minerals, was founded in the late 1800s, and is now present in 25 countries worldwide, with […]
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Inspection Pit Safety: What Can You Do?

Inspection pits are a common sight in most commercial garages, transport depots, and other facilities which regularly need to access the underside of vehicles. Despite their ubiquitous nature, inspection pits continue to pose a risk to those who work both in and around them. Although they are below ground level, falls into inspection pits are […]
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