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CONTRACTORS

Don’t assume your contractor will work safely

A company recently found itself in a very awkward spot when an HSE inspector caught a contractor working unsafely. What were they doing and how could the incident have been avoided? More...

CONTRACTORS

Specialist contractor was required

An agency worker suffered a serious foot injury when he was commissioning a new piece of equipment at a sewage works. The accident occurred due to his lack of knowledge, so why was he undertaking the work? More...

PERMIT TO WORK - CONTRACTOR MANAGEMENT

Control contractors effectively

If you have contractors on site, work must be managed so that neither your staff nor theirs are put at risk. Use our new permit to work document to help you to get work completed safely and effectively. More...

CONTRACTORS

Watching every move

You’re planning to appoint a contractor to complete some refurbishment work on your premises. Do you need to make arrangements for this to be closely supervised or can you simply allow them to get on with the job? More...

CONTRACTORS

Don’t keep important information secret

An infrastructure contractor has been prosecuted following a serious incident on a site it was running on behalf of a council. What happened and how could it have been prevented? More...

CONTRACTOR MANAGEMENT

Contractors issued with their cards

One of your staff has been issued with a red card whilst working on a client’s site. This meant that he was removed from the job and is now banned from working on their premises. What’s going on? More...

WORK EQUIPMENT

Should you lend equipment to contractors?

You’re having some work completed at height. To save money the contractor has said that he’s happy to use your access equipment rather than hiring it. Should you allow him to do this? More...

CONTRACTORS

Out of the blue rule changes

Some companies change site safety rules seemingly at will. What impact might this have and how can you protect yourself from such moves? More...

CONTRACTORS

When your gardener’s subcontractor has an accident…

If your grounds maintenance contractor subs out the work that they were employed to do, could there be any comeback on you if there’s an accident and, if so, what should you do about it? More...

CONTRACTORS

Appointing a grounds maintenance contractor

You would like someone to undertake grass cutting, hedge trimming, etc. What health and safety considerations must be taken into account when deciding on a suitable contractor, and how should you control the work? More...
Last updated: 12.12.2018

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