Health and Safety in Brief by J.R. Ridley

By J.R. Ridley

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Can be formally through a safety committee or informally to supervisor. Needs a ‘no-blame’ culture to encourage employees to report matters. Employees often know and say what needs to be done. Needs feedback on action taken to retain management credibility. Welfare facilities: – canteen – toilets – first aid – smoking arrangements 46 Management responsibilities ᭹ Fire precautions: – extinguishers – escape routes – alarms and fire drills – non-smoking areas ᭹ Machinery: – guarding – following agreed system of work – state of machinery – reports of statutory examinations – compliance with legislative requirements ᭹ Working conditions: – temperature – lighting – cleanliness and housekeeping – fumes and dusts – general decoration ᭹ Access and gangways: – well marked – not encroached on – surface condition – adequately lit.

Member States include EU members, European Free Trade Association (EFTA) members plus affiliates from Eastern European and Middle Eastern countries. The leading UK body is the British Standards Institution. CEN and CENELEC are sponsored by the EU. They work closely with their international opposite numbers, the International Standards Organisation (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), respectively. e. BS EN. Equipment conforming to harmonized standards and complying with the Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations 1992 can be marketed throughout the EU without restriction.

Implement precautionary measures. Monitor performance. Review periodically and revise as necessary. * The method of recording is not specified but could be by diary note, special form or on disc. It is prudent to record all items viewed – the safe and the hazardous – for future reference and evidence of the extent of the assessment. 40 Management responsibilities Considering each of these steps separately: 1 Identify hazards. Techniques: ᭹ ᭹ ᭹ ᭹ ᭹ ᭹ ᭹ ᭹ 2 safety inspections (a general safety survey of the workplace) safety tours (identify hazards along a fixed pre-determined route) safety sampling (check for only one type of hazard, then later repeat for other hazards) safety audit (a count of the numbers of the different hazards found for comparison with similar earlier or later audits) environmental surveys accident reports reports of near misses or ‘close shaves’ comments from employees.

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