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Health and safety

Reporting accidents
There's a legal obligation to report certain types of accident. Additionally, because accidents are a fact of life, as a business, it's important to have the correct paperwork and proper procedures in place to deal with them. Read more
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Health and safety policy checklist
Health and safety policyThis must be the bedrock of your health and safety culture. It's a legal requirement in any event if you employ five or more staff, and it involves you putting together a written statement to set out how you will manage health and safety. Read more
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Pregnancy and health and safety
According to research, 97% of pregnancy-related tribunal claims involve a failure to carry out a risk assessment. To make sure you don't fall into that category, use this checklist to keep your business out of tribunal. Read more
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General fire safety
Following a change in the law on April 1 2006, fire certificates were abolished. Now you are responsible for carrying out a fire risk assessment in order to ensure your premises are safe. Use  his checklist to help you take the necessary precautions. Read more
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First aid at work
You're under a legal obligation to provide workplace first aid for your employees. Use this checklist to help you to meet your requirements under the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981. Read more
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Display screen equipment (DSE)
Display screen equipmentThe Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations 1992 lay down clear guidelines for workstations. Use this checklist to ensure you are fully compliant with the Regulations. Read more
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Premises safety check
It goes without saying that most accidents will happen in the workplace. To minimise the risk of this occurring, and to avoid any claims, use this checklist to ensure that your premises are a reasonably safe environment for both staff and visitors. Read more
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Asbestos in the workplace
Under the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2006, you are under a legal duty to identify whether or not there is any asbestos present in your premises. The Health and Safety Executive is increasing the number of spot checks, so use this checklist to help ensure you're not caught out. Read more
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Personal protection
Personal protective equipment (PPE) is all about making sure your employees are wearing the right type of equipment to protect them against risks to their health or safety. Use this checklist to ensure your PPE remains effective. Read more
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Carrying out a risk assessment
All employers are required to carry out risk assessments. Use this checklist to guide you through what they should cover. Read more
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Manual handling
You are legally required to assess the risks employees face when lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling objects. This should form part of your general risk assessment. Use this checklist to make sure this  s fully addressed in your risk assessment. Read more
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Driving at work
Just because some of your employees are out on the road, doesn't mean you're not responsible for their safety. Make sure you still operate a safe system of work. Use this checklist to help achieve this. Read more
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