Article Database - Tips & Advice Health & Safety: Year 04, issue 04?volume=04&nr=04&cookieChecked=1

 
See through Publication date: 07.11.2005
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You have a large display window in your premises which you haven’t ever considered a safety hazard. However, a recent case has proven it can be. What standard should the glass be and how can you tell if it’s been met?
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Top rung Publication date: 07.11.2005
Article database » Enforcement authorities » Campaigns
The HSE have decided to ban ladders. Fortunately not true, but they are having yet another campaign on working at height and in particular they are focussing on the use of ladders. What’s to know?
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Suitably refreshed Publication date: 07.11.2005
Article database » Safe use of machinery » Training
You’ve just taken on a new forklift operator. When he provided evidence of his training, his certificate showed an expiry date. Is this a new standard and if so, how does it affect your current forklift operators?
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Part P Publication date: 07.11.2005
Article database » Workplace » Electricity
You’ve heard that “Part P” is the new standard that an electrician’s work must comply with. What is it and does it affect electrical installation works conducted in a commercial environment too?
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One more for the road Publication date: 07.11.2005
Article database » Transport » Driving
Seasonal spirit. The time of year is rapidly approaching for staff Christmas parties, when the drink will run free and there will quite a few embarrassed people wishing their actions hadn’t been caught on camera. What’s often not considered is the effect of alcohol the following day, not just at the party, when the signs of being drunk are usually...
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Avoiding Stanley knife injuries Publication date: 07.11.2005
Article database » Safe use of machinery » Risk assessment
Several of your staff use Stanley-type knives on a regular basis. With statistics for injuries associated with such knives on the increase, how can you ensure they’re used safely?
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A cold snap Publication date: 07.11.2005
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According to the Met Office, we could be in for a very cold winter. What are the potential health and safety implications and what precautions should you be taking?
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Sound off Publication date: 07.11.2005
Article database » Noise » Miscellaneous
Since we last covered the Control of Noise Regulations, a new guidance note has been published. Does this mean the regulations apply now and if so, what are the implications?
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Radio times Publication date: 07.11.2005
Article database » Noise » PPE
One of the most common sources of workplace noise is the radio, as it gets turned up to increasingly loud levels to drown out the din made by machines and/or processes. Banning radios in the workplace seems the easy solution - until you try it! You are likely to be very unpopular, and it could even lead to a staff mutiny. If you are having major problems,...
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