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Stay safe and have a wonderful time at University

There are a lot of things to think about when you get to University but wherever you are you should always keep safety and security in mind.  Just following a few simple precautions will help keep you and your stuff safe

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New ejournal: Policy and practice in health and safety

Studying health and safety?  We have just added the ejournal “Policy and practice in health and safety” to our collection, and it is ready for you to search through the Discovery Service.

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Safety notice: tape barriers and roof repair work (resolved)

Please do not cross the tape barriers in any part of the Library.  They are there for your safety. If you need books on shelves you cannot reach, please let a member of staff know or complete a reservation card and drop it

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Introducing… the Barbour health and safety information service

Barbour is an exciting health and safety information service.  Exciting at least for anyone studying construction, health and safety at work, engineering or other subjects where putting the right procedures and working practices into place can be the difference between

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Calling all cyclists

Upgrade your bicycle lock for free Older style cable locks give very poor security for your bike, so UPSU (the Students Union) now offer to swap your old cable lock for a brand new D-lock for free at the last Monday Market of

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Battery University

TOTD has just received an alert from Apple stating that, in very rare cases, the battery in the iPod nano (1st generation) may overheat and pose a safety risk. This site should provide you with more than enough information about

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Still Tasty

Want to know how long you can keep those bison chops in the fridge? Well, this could be the site for you. Bear in mind that the site is hosted in the USA, so source information comes from agencies including

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