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Prevent winter slips and trips

Prevent winter slips and trips

Risk assess areas of your workplace that are commonly used by employees and pedestrians, particularly outdoor area such as car parks, walkways and building entrances and exits. Identify areas that are most likely to be affected by ice and snow and take action to reduce the likelihood of...   Read More »

Lone worker safety

Lone worker safety

Employers have certain duties towards lone workers under the Health and Safety at Work Act and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations. In the correct circumstances, it is perfectly legal for people to work alone providing a risk assessment has been carried out, identifying...   Read More »

Managing seasonal health and safety risks

Managing seasonal health and safety risks

Winter is coming, managing seasonal health and safety risks It's that time of year again when the nights are drawing in and the temperature is dropping. Not only can low temperatures, minimal sunlight and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) associated with this time of year put a serious...   Read More »

Ladder Safety

Ladder Safety

Ladders and stepladders are not banned under health and safety law. In fact, they can be a sensible and practical option for low-risk, short duration tasks. • Ladders and stepladders are the last resort, can you buy or hire some alternative equipment that would provide safer means...   Read More »

First Aid Provision in your Work Place

First Aid Provision in your Work Place

The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 require you to provide adequate and appropriate first aid equipment, facilities and people so your employees can be given immediate help if they are injured or taken ill at work. Some small workplaces with low level hazards may only...   Read More »

General points of good housekeeping and safety

General points of good housekeeping and safety

General points of good housekeeping and safety to be considered in all workplaces on a daily basis. • Are work areas, offices, stockrooms, workshops etc. kept clean and tidy with suitable bins provided? • Is waste, rubbish, debris disposed of regularly and safely, including...   Read More »

Health and wellbeing in the workplace

Health and wellbeing in the workplace

Health and wellbeing in the workplace improves safety ... Because: • 1 in 6 workers in Great Britain suffer from mental health issues • 1 in 8 of the working age population report having a musculoskeletal disorder (MSK) problem • 1 in 5 adults say they have had...   Read More »

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