Article Database - Tips & Advice Health & Safety: Year 03, issue 11?volume=03&nr=11&cookieChecked=1

 
Getting a skin-full Publication date: 28.02.2005
Article database » Occupational health » Skin
Injuries to the skin, especially the hands, can be caused by numerous work processes. So why not use our checklist and procedure to help you reduce the risk of injury to your staff, or of a claim which may follow?
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Lead and ill-health Publication date: 28.02.2005
Article database » Working with chemicals » Lead
Several of your male employees use lead in their work and you want to ensure that you’re managing their health properly. What are the main health risks from using lead and what should you have in place?
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Status of CCTV users Publication date: 28.02.2005
Article database » Display screen equipment (DSE) » Eye tests
Q. We have a reception area and employ someone who fulfils both reception and security duties. Although he hardly ever uses a computer, he does spend time monitoring our CCTV cameras. He’s says that this causes eye strain and that he wants us to pay for an eye test. Is he entitled to one under the DSE Regulations? A. It depends on the amount of time...
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Keeping records legally Publication date: 28.02.2005
Article database » Occupational health » Medical checks
How should you keep your staff health records in light of a new Code of Practice? And what is its status anyway?
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Asleep at the wheel Publication date: 28.02.2005
Article database » Transport » Driving
As you’re probably aware, the police are taking a far greater interest in work-related road traffic accidents. Following a recent case, what implications could this have for you as an employer?
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Update on Work at Height Regulations Publication date: 28.02.2005
Article database » Working at height » Miscellaneous
Delays. In year 2, issue 21, we advised you that the Work at Height Regulations (WAHR) had been delayed beyond the original implementation date of July 2004. One reason for this was that the Health & Safety Commission wanted to carry out further consultation into whether the “two-metre rule” should be incorporated into the WAHR. Two-metre rule....
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Breathe easy Publication date: 28.02.2005
Article database » Personal protective equipment (PPE) » Respiratory protection
Due to your work processes, you need to make respiratory protective equipment available to your staff. However, you need to ensure that you’re testing and maintaining it properly. What should you be doing?
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Green fingered contractors Publication date: 28.02.2005
Article database » Contracting » Management
Your premises have their own grounds and you’re looking to appoint specialist contractors to manage them for you. In order to reduce your potential liability, what are the key health and safety issues to get right before they start?
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Safety for the visually-impaired Publication date: 28.02.2005
Article database » Workplace » Disability
A new employee is sight-impaired so you need to know what reasonable adjustments should be made so as to provide him with a safe working environment. Could this be easier and cheaper to achieve than you think?
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