Managing Health and Safety – Learning Made Simple

Managing Health and Safety – Learning Made Simple
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Jacqueline Jeynes
التاريخ
7 مايو 2024
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Managing Health and Safety – Learning Made Simple
Jacqueline Jeynes
Contents
Preface ix
1 Start here 1
Introduction 2
Managing health and safety 3
People covered by OH&S law . 4
The stakeholders . 5
2 The initial review 9
Assess the current situation . 10
Using a flow chart . 13
Using a site plan . 15
External features of the site 21
The building structures 26
Things to look for 29
3 Identify hazards 33
Safety hazards 34
Health hazards 41
Fire hazards 49
4 Controlling risks 53
Risk assessment 54
Priorities for further action 57
Existing controls . 58
Types of control 59
Control measures needed . 63
5 Fire risks 67
Who is at risk? 68
Severity of harm . 69vi
Likelihood of fire . 70
Existing fire controls 71
Further controls 73
6 Managing risks 77
Preparing to manage . 78
Priorities 79
Plan of action 80
Records you should keep 82
Informing and involving staff 83
Competent people 84
Keeping up to date . 85
8 Your H&S policy 87
Drawing up a policy statement . 88
Approaches to managing H&S 89
Review . 90
Industry sector examples 91
Office-based businesses . 92
Small retail premises . 93
Hairdressers, beauticians and similar . 94
Textiles, dressmaking, furnishings . 95
Mobile services 96
Florist 97
Repairers of small items 98
Pottery . 99
Dentists . 100
Vets and animal establishments 101
Agriculture and horticulture 102
Forestry . 103vii
Carpenters and joiners 104
Construction 105
Window cleaners 106
Butchers 107
Catering . 108
Hotels, guest houses and similar . 109
Pubs and bars . 110
Vehicle repairs 111
Engineering . 112
Glossary 113
Index 115
Index
A
Accident 8, 82
Advantages/benefits of good H&S management 7
Air quality and ventilation 42–43, 44–45,
51–52, 95, 98, 99, 111
Audit 10, 13, 14, 78, 90
C
Competent person 84
Confined spaces 37
Consulting with others 27, 69, 75, 83
D
Disadvantages/consequences of bad H&S 7
E
EHO 5–6
Electricity 36, 92, 94, 95, 99, 104, 108,
110
Emergency plans 74-75
F
Fire risk assessment 48–49, 68, 70
Fire triangle 49–50
H
Hazard 10, 34–49
Hazardous and flammable substances 22,
30, 40, 45–46, 51, 94, 97, 99, 101,
102, 104
Homeworkers 3
HSE 5-6
I
Initial review 10, 13, 14, 78, 90
Insurance 4–5
L
Lighting 42, 92, 95, 100, 107, 108,
M
Machinery 34–35, 95, 99, 102, 104, 111
Manual handling 38–39, 47, 92, 95, 99,
101, 104–105
N
Noise 41–42, 103, 110, 111
O
Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) 2-3
P
Permit to work 31
Personal safety 39, 93, 100, 101, 110
Policy statements 88
PPE 58, 61–62, 65–66
Prioritising actions 57, 70, 79-80
R
Radiation 45, 100, 101
Record keeping 11–12, 23, 37, 82
RIDDOR 82
Risk assessment 6, 11, 54–56, 81
Roofs 26, 106
S
Safe system of work 31
Security 25
Sharp tools 35, 100, 103, 104, 107, 108
Site boundaries 15
Slips, trips and falls 37–38, 92, 93, 94,
95, 99, 102, 103, 105, 106, 110,
111, 112
Smoking 47, 51, 88, 109, 110Sources of ignition 50-51, 73, 108, 111,
112
Sources of fuel 51, 73, 93, 94, 95, 101,
102, 104, 109, 110
Sources of oxygen 52, 73, 94, 99, 100,
102, 104, 108, 110, 111, 112
Stakeholders 5
Stress 42, 48, 88, 92, 93, 95, 102, 108
T
Trade Union/ worker representative 5
Types of control 58, 63–65
Types of fire control 71–72
V
Vehicles 21, 34, 96, 102
Visitors to site 21-22, 29
Visual Display Units (VDUs) 43–44, 92
Vulnerable groups 55, 68
W
Waste/ refuse 22, 44, 100, 101, 102,
104, 108, 111, 112
Work at heights 36–37, 103, 105, 10

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