Is your home the apple of your eye? But, do you feel unhappy with the inadequate living space in your home? If its limited size is becoming the reason of your dissatisfaction, do not worry. You do not need to start searching for a bigger property in order to accommodate growing members of the family. villa
The Solution is here
Do not think of selling your home and buying a bigger one. You can make optimum use of unused areas in your home and increase your living space. Here are a couple of home remodeling ideas that will provide you with more room and additional comfort in your home.
· A Beautiful Attic
Does your home have an unused attic space? Why not transform it into a functional and stylish living area? You can add a whole new level to your home. If you need an additional bedroom, you can use the area to create a new bedroom with facilities of a bathroom. Alternatively, you can opt for a home theatre center, a library study, a home office, etc.
· A Useful Garage
Do you rarely use the garage? Is it a place for storing junk? Renovating the garage is a good way of adding space to your home. You can make it your new man-cave or create an additional bedroom for the guests. It can become an office space for your spouse as well. Alternatively, you can think about a home addition project and create a new level above the garage and use it to solve space issues in your home.
· A Beneficial Basement
Is your basement only used for storing old furniture and broken appliances? A home remodeling contractor can work wonders for an idle basement space. Consider several different uses for the basement such as an in-law suite for your family, a rental apartment for earning extra money, a play-area for the kids, etc.
A good home is one with adequate space for everyone and everything.
Whenever you think of adding space to your home, consider the future. It is because it is not a temporary renovation project such as painting the walls or changing the kitchen cabinets. If there will be new additions to the family in the near future, consider the requirement of additional space before making a decision.
A health and safety officer (also known as a HSO) monitors how an organisation complies with health and safety law, and provides advice to both companies and employers on safe working environments. A HSO will usually work for the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), the local government, or a similar body, specially trained to monitor compliance with health and safety regulations. Health and Safety officers also exist within private organisations, usually larger ones, and in the public sector, such as hospitals and schools etc.
Health and Safety Officers are employed in a variety of industries such as construction, manufacturing, catering, waste, IT and aerospace as well as many more. The objective is simple and that is to keep people safe when in the working environment.
A HSO has a number of responsibilities. Whenever visiting an organisation, the health and safety officer must record all information. They carry out routine inspections over the course of time, which will include collating evidence and taking any samples, when necessary. They should investigate any complaints that have been made about the work environment, and provide advice on technical and legal issues. They should collect evidence and build case files, which includes maintaining a database of inspections. If necessary, a HSO may have to present information in court, or on other public enquiries relating to injury and/or death in the workplace. More than anything, a HSO will ensure that an organisation is complying with legislation, and isn’t taking the health and safety of their staff for granted. If this was the case, the officer would suggest ways to improve the working conditions, and monitor any changes that are made thereafter. So, a health and safety officer has plenty of duties – but it is an important one, which helps to make working environments a lot safer for many companies, and can be a successful career path to follow.
You normally need a Higher National Diploma (HND) or degree, usually in occupational safety and health. There are also qualifications at a higher level for those who are clear what their career path is. To practice as a health and safety officer, you can complete either a BSc or MSc in environmental health, they are accredited by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) in England, Wales and Northern Ireland; in Scotland, they are credited by the Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS).