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Lone working  People who work on their own should be at no more risk than other employees.Being safe whilst on your ownLone working brings its own specific risks, which could cause accidents and potentially put you on the wrong side of the law.  To... Read more
24 Apr 2017
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Working out of hoursWorking outside of the normal working hours may present risks to staff, which left unmanaged, could cause accidents and potentially put you on the wrong side of the law.Managing the risksTo help you identify the hazards associated... Read more
16 May 2017
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First aid at work policyUnless your first aid arrangements are very basic, e.g. one first aider and a first aid kit, it's beneficial to have a formal policy to detail how you approach and manage first aid. This will help to show everyone in the busine... Read more
07 Sep 2020
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Safe tree fellingThe risks associated with the use of chainsaws and felling trees are significant. Failure to manage them is likely to result in a serious, even fatal, accident and could well lead to enforcement action being taken.To ensure that this... Read more
24 Apr 2017
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Swimming pools - generalSwimming pools are accessed by members of the public. Therefore, if the risks are not managed properly, it could lead to accidents involving serious personal injuries and drowning.Managing the risksTo help you to identify the ... Read more
12 Apr 2017
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Manual handling  Manual handling occurs in most aspects of work. Carried out using the wrong techniques or attempting to move items beyond the capacity of the employee will almost certainly lead to accidents. Managing the risksTo help you identify t... Read more
12 Apr 2017
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