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FIRE

Risk assessors caught in the crossfire

A fire risk assessor has been prosecuted and another is awaiting sentencing. Is this a shift in enforcement practices?
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CHEMICALS

Three year old sat in chemical puddle

A court has heard how a child sustained chemical burns to her leg while sitting in a puddle at the side of a swimming pool. How did this happen and what should have been done to prevent it?
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STRESS

The HSE’s position on stress

The HSE has published new guidance with the aim of managing expectations about its likely enforcement response to reports of work-related stress. What has prompted this and what is the HSE’s role?
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WORKING AT HEIGHT

Poorly maintained ladder caused fall

A manufacturing company has been fined after one of its employees fell from a damaged ladder. What should have been done to ensure that the work equipment was in good condition?
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FOOD SAFETY

Food safety and hygiene training record

If you manage a hospitality business you’ll appreciate the importance of ensuring that all food handlers have a good understanding of hygiene and safety. Use our form to cover the relevant training topics and keep a record of your sessions.
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FIRE SAFETY

Lighting your escape routes

In your fire risk assessment it has been identified that your escape routes are not sufficiently well lit. When planning improvements, what considerations should you take into account and what type of lighting should you install?
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COMPETENT ADVICE

Should you let your safety advisor go?

You have used the services of a health and safety consultant for some years but you’re not convinced that they’re still offering the level of service you expect. Should you simply cancel the deal?
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Last updated: 12.11.2019

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