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Cách chăm sóc dáng đẹp cho vợ yêu khi mang bầu

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Cách chăm sóc dáng đẹp cho vợ yêu khi mang bầu

Cách chăm sóc dáng đẹp cho vợ yêu khi mang bầu

Chăm sóc da

Khi mang thai, mẹ bầu cần bổ sung nhiều vitamin C, E,, do vậy nên uống nhiều nước để cơ thể luôn trong tình trạng cân bằng không bị khô da. Cùng với đó, massage đúng cách, không những làm đẹp cho làn da mà còn rất có lợi cho sức khỏe của mẹ và bé. [Giầy bảo hộ lao động tại Hà Nội và Hồ chí minh]

Thêm một điều chú ý là khi tắm thì tắm nước ấm để tránh làm hại tới sức khỏe bé yêu trong bụng, tắm sẽ giúp loại bỏ các chất dầu dư thừa bám trên da đồng thời giúp cơ thể sảng khoái và ngủ ngon. Các bà bầu nên nhớ rằng giấc ngủ rất quan trọng. Ngủ đủ giấc sẽ giúp da của bạn khỏe mạnh hơn, tránh bị hiện tượng thâm quầng và xanh xao.

Mẹ bầu có thể sử dụng mặt nạ cà chua hoặc khoai tây vì trong thành phần có chứa nhiều vitamin A, C rất cần thiết cho da, giúp làn da căng sáng, mịn màng khi mang thai. [Sản xuất, bán Quần áo bảo hộ lao động tại Hà Nội và Hồ chí minh]

Chăm sóc răng miệng

Hầu hết chị em phụ nữ đều phải đối diện với nguy cơ bị viêm nướu khi mang thai đấy. Sự thay đổi đột ngột của các hormone thai kỳ sẽ khiến hệ miễn dịch của cơ thể nói chung và cơ quan răng miệng nói riêng trở nên suy yếu.

Vì thế, mẹ bầu cần vệ sinh răng miệng thật kỹ càng: Sử dụng kem đánh răng có chứa florua giúp ngăn sâu răng, chọn bàn chải đánh răng có lông bàn chải mềm, dùng nước súc miệng sau khi đánh răng, bổ sung các sản phẩm có nguồn gốc từ sữa để cung cấp canxi và khoáng chất cho sự phát triển hệ xương, răng và nướu của thai nhi. [đồng phục bảo hộ lao động]

Chăm sóc tóc

Trong thời kỳ mang thai tóc dễ khô yếu dẫn đến tình trạng gãy rụng, chẻ ngọn. Để an toàn cho bé mà vẫn đẹp cho mẹ, thay vì sử dụng những loại dầu gội đầu nuôi dưỡng tóc thông thường, chị em nên để tâm đến một số loại dầu gội từ tự nhiên như lô hội, hương nhu, bồ kết… kết hợp với xà bông hữu cơ chiết xuất từ hoa quả và các loại tinh dầu. Dầu gội tự nhiên không có khả năng làm sạch hoàn hảo như những sản phẩm chuyên dụng nhưng không gây hại cho tóc.

Ngoài ra, thời kỳ mang thai cũng là lúc tóc yếu và nhạy cảm dễ tổn thương trước những tác động của hóa chất. [Khẩu trang bảo hộ  lao động] Muốn mái tóc vào nếp đẹp và gọn gàng hơn chị em chỉ nên dùng lô cuốn nhẹ nhàng hoặc những sản phẩm giữ nếp tóc có nguồn gốc tự nhiên như tinh dầu hoa bưởi, hoa cúc, trà xanh…

Chăm sóc vết rạn da bụng

Có rất nhiều nguyên nhân gây ra vết rạn da khi mang thai như những thay đổi của nội tiết tố, giảm chất béo ở vùng bụng sau khi sinh, da kém đàn hồi. Bạn sẽ thấy những nếp nhăn xuất hiện nhiều ở bụng, ngực, phía dưới bụng và đùi làm mất thẩm mỹ, khiến các mẹ không còn tự tin vào cơ thể mình.

Massage với dầu oliu, dầu dừa, hạnh nhân… thường xuyên ở vùng bụng, đùi và ngực với các loại dầu sẽ giúp làn da của mẹ trở nên mịn màng và có tác động tích cực để làm giảm vết rạn da.

Hoặc mẹ có thể xoa nước chanh lên các vết rạn và để chúng ngấm vào da. Sau đó rửa sạch lại với nước lạnh. Nên làm hàng ngày để đạt kết quả như mong muốn.

Chăm sóc nhũ hoa khi mang thai

Mỗi ngày, sau khi tắm, mẹ cần vệ sinh nhũ hoa với nước ấm và khăn mềm để loại bỏ tế bào chết tích tụ trên núm vú. Nếu dùng xà phòng hoặc sữa tắm, mẹ nhớ rửa thật sạch để tránh làm núm vú bị khô rát, nứt nẻ nhé. Tốt nhất là bôi thêm một ít kem dưỡng ẩm cho khu vực nhạy cảm. [Kính bảo hộ lao động]

Giữ sự cân bằng giữa gia đình và công việc

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Giữ sự cân bằng giữa gia đình và công việc

Giữ sự cân bằng giữa gia đình và công việc

At uvex, a family-friendly company, there has long been an emphasis on striking a balance between life at home and life at work. Thorsten Rauch, Head of Customer Service GKA at uvex, recounts his time at the company, illustrating just how this corporate identity is brought to life.

Modern fathers

Thorsten Rauch belongs to the generation of modern fathers who have totally different professional and private priorities than fathers in previous generations. According to a study conducted by Väter GmbH which investigated the phenomenon of “modern fathers”, fathers today more often consciously put their kids before work, are more engaged in raising their children and are far more involved in family activities and the lives of their offspring. Overall, 36% of respondents in a representative survey conducted by FOCUS which interviewed 3,000 men stated that they would like to work less. Only 5% and 10% of respondents respectively placed their career and increased salary as their main professional priority. Nevertheless, for many men, their job remains an essential part of their identity which is in no way losing importance.

The shift in needs and interests to make us happier in our private lives is in direct contrast to professional duties in the working world, which can occasionally cause tension with employers if the company has failed to react adequately to these societal changes. Employer flexibility and new working time models which do not interfere with the time directly after a child is born or “partner months”, thereby allowing families to independently manage their time spent together more effectively, are in demand.

Custom solutions

When Thorsten Rauch made the decision to take paternal leave, it came from a desire to actively experience and see first-hand how his children grow and develop over time. “I wanted to be there for my children right from the word go and not just get involved when they’re halfway to adulthood. They develop so quickly in the first few years. I wanted to make sure I saw this for myself. I also wanted to ease the burden for my wife. It’s important to me to also be a strong pillar in terms of internal family politics.”

Before Thorsten Rauch shared the happy news of his wife’s pregnancy with his employer, he discussed the situation with his wife and worked out how their little “Rauch family business” should be handled so that neither his job nor his family felt neglected. It quickly became clear that a few months of paternal leave in addition to a customised work schedule including working from home part-time was needed – and this for a someone in a management position! Thorsten Rauch knew that he was asking a lot.

Business is People

After speaking with his wife, Thorsten Rauch approached his boss and the HR department somewhat nervously. However, he can look back happily on their response today: “The reaction from uvex and particularly the HR department was very positive. Their happiness and support were clear. I suspect my boss was initially in two minds, but given that he too is a father, he was very accommodating in his reaction. After all, there is an emphasis on Business is People.” Colleagues were also keen to show their support: “There was a full range of emotions, from happiness to understanding, best wishes and surprise. All without any hint of negativity.”

Take, take, enjoy!

From here on in, Thorsten Rauch became the first port of call for colleagues interested in the subject of parental leave. His most important piece of advice was simply: “Step 1: Take. Step 2: Take. Step 3: Enjoy! There is no good reason not to do it. In this hectic, success-oriented world, time is by far our most important commodity. You can’t turn back the clock, and the time spent with a baby, especially just after birth, lays irrevocable foundations for future relationships. Babies are incredibly sensitive.”

Consequently, Thorsten Rauch experienced huge support in nearly all aspects: “This included proficient consultancy covering all aspects of parental leave, providing all the required applications, a one-off optional payment on birth, leave of absence on the day of the birth and an individually designed card offering congratulations with a separate birthday gift.” Moreover, uvex cooperates with the AWO crèche and offers regular holiday care. And that was not all! Thorsten’s request for an individual work schedule was ratified in full. He subsequently worked a four-day week including one day a week from home. Thorsten describes this solution as a win-win situation for himself: “The individual working time model represented a shift, above all for my uvex colleagues. You quickly adapt to a new rhythm and particularly during parental leave I used my smartphone far more often – so I was always contactable. Eventually, you learn to improve your time management and efficiency, as well as becoming more decisive in everything you do. In addition, my colleagues showed a great deal of consideration for me and took me under their wings where and when they were able. This naturally creates a good team environment.”

No career interruption of any sort

Despite the new arrival at home, Thorsten Rauch is continuing to climb the career ladder. While before the birth of his first child Thorsten was a customer service manager responsible for four employees, since 2016 he has been Head of Customer Service Global Key Accounts personally responsible for nine employees. Thorsten has his employers, who have always shown him great appreciation, to thank for this positive development. “It reflects well on the professionalism of a company like uvex that taking my paternal leave didn’t stop my career dead in the tracks. I never got the feeling that it would do, nor was it ever presented to me as such in any way.”

Thorsten Rauch is convinced that the mutual trust between himself and uvex, as well as the willingness on both sides to find harmonious, flexible family-orientated solutions with employer-specific requirements, is the best thing that could have happened to him and his little family business.

Các yêu cầu về mũ bảo hộ lao động, vòng đời của mũ bảo hộ lao động

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Các yêu cầu về mũ bảo hộ lao động, vòng đời của mũ bảo hộ lao động

Các yêu cầu về mũ bảo hộ lao động, vòng đời của mũ bảo hộ lao động

One of the most common questions asked by tradies requiring personal protective equipment is, what is the working life of a helmet? The answer to this question and indeed all information pertaining to selection, care and use is available in AS/NZS 1800:1998. This standard recommends that in general terms the helmet should be replaced every three years based upon industry testing, however to maintain the helmet, the complete head harness insert must be replaced every two years. Some customers elect to replace the entire helmet at this time or sooner dependent on its overall condition.

Every helmet has an issue date sticker on the inside of the helmet for the wearer to record their name and date of issue. Three years hence remove the helmet from use or earlier if the helmet has changed in colour, exhibits any signs of wear, or damage due to impact or deterioration (AS/NZS 1800:1998 3.4).

If the sticker has not been used, replace the helmet three years from the manufacture date stamp under the brim or peak of the helmet. In the centre of the stamp is the year with a direction arrow pointing to the month of that year in which the helmet was made.

Helmet Markings.

The Scope of AS/NZS 1901:1997 standard specifies requirements for occupational protective helmets to protect wearers heads from falling objects in building and construction, quarrying, shipbuilding, forestry, and other industrial sectors with similar hazards.

These requirements include the construction, materials used ,mechanical strength and finish of both helmet shell and harness. All UniSafe helmet shells are made from premium impact resistant ABS plastic or polycarbonate.

In compliance with the standards objectives, specifying safety helmets is dependent on hazards involved. AS/NZS 1801:1997 classifies safety helmets into three types:

UniSafe Saftey helmets:

Type 1- General industrial safety helmets.

Type 2- Helmets intended for high temperature workplaces.

Type 3- Helmets intended for bushfire fighting.

8 bước kiểm tra cần thiết để nơi làm việc của bạn được an toàn hơn

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8 bước kiểm tra cần thiết để nơi làm việc của bạn được an toàn hơn

8 bước kiểm tra cần thiết để nơi làm việc của bạn được an toàn hơn
A safe workplace is essential for reducing the risk of accidents and ensuring the safety of employees, visitors and customers while increasing productivity and building a positive workplace safety culture.
Nathan Pereira, Health and Safety Manager at GGS Safety has put together an 8 Point Checklist to see where there’s opportunity to improve safety in your workplace safety;
1. Clean, clear and well-lit walkways and stair wells
2. Workplace Safety Inductions in action
3. Emergency management information at hand
4. First aid kits and fire extinguishers up to date
5. Heavy lifting and manual handling safety in place
6. Identify workplace chemicals with relevant
7. Safety Data Sheets Traffic and pedestrian access areas clearly defined
8. Workplace hygiene standards maintained

10 lý do để sử dụng nut tai chống ồn

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10 lý do để sử dụng nut tai chống ồn

When it comes to your team’s hearing, you need versatile, effective protection that doesn’t hinder them from getting the job done. Check out how earmuffs can help.
1. Clean & Easy On and Off
Dirty hands? Work gloves? Earmuffs are easy to put on and remove and hygiene isn’t a problem.
2. Shields Against the Cold
In cold weather, earmuffs help keep ears covered and warmer.
3. Comfortable to Wear
For some workers, earplugs can be unpleasant to wear. Earmuffs may be a good alternative.
4. Pairs with Earplugs for Dual Protection
Combining earmuffs and earplugs can provide as much as 10 dB of extra protection for very high noise exposures.
5. Simple Training Process
An easier fit means you can spend less time training workers on proper fit and use.
6. May Better Accommodate Hearing Aids
Many users can wear hearing aids under earmuffs to help facilitate communication.
7. Highly Visible for Compliance Monitoring
It’s easy to monitor compliance because you can see who is wearing earmuffs even from a distance.
8. Reusable for Long Periods of Time
Earmuffs can be reused often, for as long as 3 years, when properly cleaned, stored and maintained.
9. PPE Compatibility
Many headband and attachment options allow workers to wear earmuffs with respirators, face shields and hard hats.*
10. Wide Range of Protection Levels
Many noise reduction options to match noise.

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