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- Basic Method Statement Kerbs and Gully Construction
- Method Statement for Construction of Manhole Chambers
- Lifting Accessories
- Forward and Rear Tipping Dumpers
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COSHH stands for Control of Substances Hazardous to Health; this is legislation that has been implemented to ensure employers are following specific guidelines that reduce the risks that exposure of hazardous chemicals can cause to health and safety within the ...
In Health and Safety | By safetyadmin | On February 25 2015 10:54 AM | Comments Off on Corrective Action Plan
Corrective actions will normally be identified by Incidents, accidents, workplace inspections and safety audits. What is the purpose of a corrective action plan? The action plan will be compiled with details of the problem or non conformance, and will list the preventative ...
In Health and Safety | By safetyadmin | On February 11 2015 10:54 AM | Comments Off on Employee Training
Safe working and safe work procedures will only be effective through training and employee and management cooperation on site. Company management and supervisors have a duty to ensure that staff are trained and competent to ensure that tasks are carried out ...
Evaluation of Method Statements:- When you (as a main contractor or client) receive method statements you should evaluate them to ensure the contractor has complied with the contract requirements for method statements. The content should include: Task/process and area of specialisation. Sequence of work ...
In Health and Safety | By safetyadmin | On January 23 2015 08:37 AM | Comments Off on Machinery Instruction Manuals
When purchasing or hiring machinery its vital to confirm that there is an instruction manual supplied with the machinery, The manual should be concise and up to date. Guidance notes for Instruction Manuals:- Is it in English? (Note: The supplier is required to ...
In Health and Safety | By safetyadmin | On January 11 2015 06:49 AM | Comments Off on Risk Assessment Control Measures
When carrying out a Risk Assessment the level of risk compared to the reduction of risk measures needed you should consider financial, duration and difficulty of the works as part of the control process. Risks should be reduced to the lowest possible practical level by ...