The hotel and leisure industries are one of the largest sectors to employ part-
Hazards associated with public houses, leisure centres and hotels vary so much, but the common dominator revolves around members of the public. Finding a consultant who has experience and knowledge of the types of injuries that your staff are exposed to is essential, whether they are kitchen staff, domestic cleaners, bar/cellar staff or receptionists.
Workplace inspections and training packages can be adapted for your use.
Hazards associated with bar work:
Handling broken glass
Handling people intoxicated with drink and/or drugs
Risk of attack when closing up
Slips & Trips due to spillages on floor….
…. And more!
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Office environments are generally classed as low risk environments. The health hazards associated with working at a desk, working in a customer service environment or working alone can, in fact, effect anyone at anytime.
The Health and Safety at Work Act applies to every employer and there is a requirement to keep a written record of you policies, procedures and risk assessments when you employ five people or more. If you have in-
If you are not confident of your ability to manage all health and safety in-
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The manufacturing sector within the UK comprises of a wide range of industries that employs over 2.5 million workers. In manufacturing over the last 5 years, an average of 22 workers each year have died due to workplace accidents. More than 3,100 major injuries and over 4,000 injuries that kept workers away from work for seven days or more were reported to the Health and Safety Executive during the 5 year period.
In order to maintain health and safety standards within a manufacturing environment it is important to identify the most frequent and serious risks and adopting the necessary precautions, taking account of time, money and resources.
So how can Health & Safety in Care help?
We will analyse the work you undertake throughout your organisation from receipt and delivery, movement of stock in and around the premises e.g. forklifts and HGV's, the machinery and equipment used, and the general layout and safety arrangements for the premises. This will enable our health and safety consultants to ensure that all the necessary control measures, maintenance procedures, monitoring, and provision of all the relevant health and safety information, instruction and training are being implemented.
Our Health and Safety in Manufacturing Consultants have provided consultancy services to a varying range of clients within the manufacturing sector, which includes but is not restricted to the following industries:
Food and Drink
Building contractors are those at most risk of injury and ill health on construction sites and suffer the majority of construction fatal accidents each year. Most accidents involve falls from height including: ladders, scaffolds, working platforms, roof edges, and falls through fragile roofs or rooflights. Because they have first-
Whether needing assistance to complete trade accreditation applications or to prepare your health and safety documentation to comply with the CDM Regs, your consultant will concentrate on the reviewing your health and safety management and compliance issues that apply to work undertaken by you. Once all of the relevant documented evidence is in place, the applications can be completed by your consultant.
Below are the main areas that your consultant assesses; every area being accompanied by examples of your company’s competence and documented evidence:
Safety Policy Statement
Health & Safety Arrangements
Work Equipment Procedures
Health & Safety Training
Employee Consultation Arrangements
First Aid Provision
Fire Emergency Procedures & Fire Risk Assessments
Display Screen Equipment Assessments
Electrical Safety & PAT Testing
Manual Handling Assessments
Training and Management
Risk Assessments & COSHH Assessments
Health Surveillance Arrangements
Accident Reporting Procedures
Work Equipment Inspections & Maintenance
Personal Protective Equipment PPE
Access to Competent H&S & Construction Advice
Contractor Management & Competence Assessment
Fire Risk Assessments
Workplace Safety Inspections