Article Database - Tips & Advice Health & Safety: Year 02, issue 16?volume=02&nr=16&cookieChecked=1

 
Training, what safety training? Publication date: 11.05.2004
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A survey into training provision. Accenture HR Services carried out a survey of 500 office workers to identify what, if any, safety training they had received from their employers. The results are fairly predictable. Poor fire safety training. The main finding was that 67% of employees hadn’t received any safety training over the previous six months....
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Online DSE assessments Publication date: 11.05.2004
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You want to make the process of carrying out DSE assessments easier and are considering investing in a computer package that staff can complete online. What should you look for before spending your money?
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Some detective work Publication date: 11.05.2004
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We’ve previously mentioned the need to make periodic checks of your accident books to identify possible accident trends. What are the real benefits to you of doing this and what should you be looking for?
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New regulations coming Publication date: 11.05.2004
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In July 2004, new regulations will be introduced that deal specifically with safety issues when working at height. How will you be affected?
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Get kitted out Publication date: 11.05.2004
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We’ve already advised you regarding some health and safety precautions to be taken for work with chainsaws. But what do you need to consider when providing workers with personal protective equipment for this work?
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Company pool cars Publication date: 11.05.2004
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You’re thinking of leasing a couple of cars that can be made available to your staff for business use. What are the main safety and liability issues that you’ll need to consider?
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Are you well stacked? Publication date: 11.05.2004
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Many businesses seek to maximise available space through the use of high level storage. A recent case shows what can happen if you don’t ensure that objects are stacked safely. What can you learn from it?
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Handling the problem Publication date: 11.05.2004
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Dangers of manual handling. Around 38% of all over-three-day injuries reported to the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) each year, involve some form of manual handling activity. Apart from the pain and suffering for the employee concerned, it can also prove costly for you as the employer, especially where sickness absence is involved. Therefore, guidance...
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Stepping into problems Publication date: 11.05.2004
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Our subscriber has an employee who’s said that she can’t wear her personal protective equipment because of a medical problem. They have no idea how to deal with this situation. So how should they play it?
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