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  • Testimonials
    PD Assistance Kent PD Assistance Lincolnshire PD Assistance London PD Assistance Somerset PD Assistance Suffolk PD Assistance Surrey PD Assistance West Sussex PD Assistance Wiltshire Risk Assessment Manual Handling Display Screen Equipment Health Safety Policy Compliance Audit Fun Days Event Safety Disability Access Audit Contractor Management Interim H S Management Retained Competent Person News Keep Up To Date Archived News News from the HSE Campaigns Testimonials Community Business Links Contact Us Testimonials Coming soon Our Solutions Retained Competent Person Service Interim Health and Safety Management Service Contractor Management Fire Safety Audit Risk Assessment Health Safety Policy Compliance Audit Fun Days Events Disability Access Audit DSE Assessments Fire Risk Assessment Client and Principal Designer PD Assistance Service AHSS News What is DSE Expected Changes to The Health and Safety First Aid Regulations 1981 as of October 2013 Have you seen the new workplace first aid kit requirements Fire risk assessor and hotel manager jailed for fire safety offences Is your family or business Gas Safe The benefits of an older workforce PV Solar Farm Safety Safe use of aluminium towers scaffolds Proper waste management your workplace Working at heights Safety for employees 2015 Absolute Health and Safety Solutions Ltd Reg d

    Original URL path: http://www.absolutehss.co.uk/testimonials (2016-02-14)
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  • Local Community
    News Keep Up To Date Archived News News from the HSE Campaigns Testimonials Community Business Links Contact Us Local Community Start Safe for Young People It has always been known that when the young finish School College or University they lack the knowledge or common sense that requires them to maintain an air of safety in the workplace Some employers exploit this where some dread employing the inexperienced minds Read more Bracknell Armed Forces Day 2010 Absolute Health and Safety Solutions Ltd are managing the Health and Safety for the Forth Coming Bracknell Armed Forces Day on Saturday 26th June 2010 The event will be located on the Recreation Park opposite the South Hill Park Mansion Ringmead RG12 7PA www armedforcesday bracknell co uk Read more Our Solutions Retained Competent Person Service Interim Health and Safety Management Service Contractor Management Fire Safety Audit Risk Assessment Health Safety Policy Compliance Audit Fun Days Events Disability Access Audit DSE Assessments Fire Risk Assessment Client and Principal Designer PD Assistance Service AHSS News What is DSE Expected Changes to The Health and Safety First Aid Regulations 1981 as of October 2013 Have you seen the new workplace first aid kit requirements Fire risk

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  • Business Related Links
    PD Assistance Surrey PD Assistance West Sussex PD Assistance Wiltshire Risk Assessment Manual Handling Display Screen Equipment Health Safety Policy Compliance Audit Fun Days Event Safety Disability Access Audit Contractor Management Interim H S Management Retained Competent Person News Keep Up To Date Archived News News from the HSE Campaigns Testimonials Community Business Links Contact Us Business Related Links PS Renewables A trusted Development Engineering Construction Procurement company Strategic Design Service Hypnobirth Beyond Birthing Classes Images and Dreams a cost effective wedding photography solution in the West Midlands Our Solutions Retained Competent Person Service Interim Health and Safety Management Service Contractor Management Fire Safety Audit Risk Assessment Health Safety Policy Compliance Audit Fun Days Events Disability Access Audit DSE Assessments Fire Risk Assessment Client and Principal Designer PD Assistance Service AHSS News What is DSE Expected Changes to The Health and Safety First Aid Regulations 1981 as of October 2013 Have you seen the new workplace first aid kit requirements Fire risk assessor and hotel manager jailed for fire safety offences Is your family or business Gas Safe The benefits of an older workforce PV Solar Farm Safety Safe use of aluminium towers scaffolds Proper waste management your workplace Working

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  • Contact - Absolute Health and Safety Solutions Ltd
    Manual Handling Display Screen Equipment Health Safety Policy Compliance Audit Fun Days Event Safety Disability Access Audit Contractor Management Interim H S Management Retained Competent Person News Keep Up To Date Archived News News from the HSE Campaigns Testimonials Community Business Links Contact Us Contact Us Absolute House 358 March Road Turves Cambridgeshire PE7 2DW United Kingdom 0845 864 6934 Cost of calls will vary depending on your provider Please provide short details of your enquiry with location and details of any deadlines Enter your Name E mail address Phone Number Enter your Message CAPTCHA image Enter code above Send Our Solutions Retained Competent Person Service Interim Health and Safety Management Service Contractor Management Fire Safety Audit Risk Assessment Health Safety Policy Compliance Audit Fun Days Events Disability Access Audit DSE Assessments Fire Risk Assessment Client and Principal Designer PD Assistance Service AHSS News What is DSE Expected Changes to The Health and Safety First Aid Regulations 1981 as of October 2013 Have you seen the new workplace first aid kit requirements Fire risk assessor and hotel manager jailed for fire safety offences Is your family or business Gas Safe The benefits of an older workforce PV Solar Farm Safety

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  • What is DSE?
    or stress These complaints can be caused by Sitting too long in one position particularly if you re on a chair that is incorrectly set up or not designed for DSE use Insufficient breaks Awkward positioning of equipment on the desk High workloads DSE and the law The Health and Safety Display Screen Equipment Regulations 1992 regulate the use of DSE within the workplace These regulations only apply to employers whose employees regularly use DSE as a significant part of their normal daily work daily for continuous periods of an hour or more The employer has a duty of care to Ensure assessments are carried out when a new employee starts or when significant changes are made the existing workstation to reduce and minimise health risks Plan the working day to ensure they include regular breaks or changes of activity for the employee Provide eye and eyesight tests on request as well as special spectacles if required Provide information and training More information The Health and Safety Executive HSE provides a PDF guide Working with VDU s which is available to download for free http www hse gov uk pubns indg36 pdf Read the Health and Safety Display Screen Equipment Regulations 1992 in full with the approved code of practice and guidance How can Absolute Health and Safety help you We recognise that there isn t a one size fits all solution for DSE assessments so we can offer a variety of options tailored to your business needs Our experienced and trained staff can visit you on site to assess your employees on a one to one basis We also provide self assessments which can be delivered as either paper based or as an online eLearning system We can then fully review each assessment or priority concern remotely and offer

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  • Expected Changes to The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 as of October 2013
    that the current HSE approval process goes beyond the minimum requirement laid out in EU legislation Source http www dwp gov uk docs lofstedt report pdf What do Employers have to do at present Employers have an obligation under the Health and Safety First Aid Regulations 1981 and Approved Code of Practice ACOP L74 to make adequate and appropriate first aid provision for their workforce For an employee to be classed as a trained first aider they must have undertaken a course approved by the HSE and any necessary refresher training Where there are specific hazards which are outside of the normal approved syllabus it is the employer s responsibility to ensure that necessary additional training and facilities are available What does this mean for you Come October 2013 you as an employer will have greater flexibility to choose a training provider and first aid training that is right for your workplace and based on your individual business needs however the provider will be required to meet a certain standard set by HSE You will need to ensure that the trainers are competent do they have the qualifications expected Do they have the correct syllabus content etc A check list can be found here http www hse gov uk pubns geis3 htm Employers are reminded that until the necessary legislative changes take effect the existing law continues to apply all first aid training for the purposes of first aid at work provision must be carried out by an HSE approved training provider or a training centre from an Ofqual accredited awarding organisation supported by HSE to deliver such training these are listed on the HSE first aid web pages Similarly the current edition of L74 First Aid at Work Approved Code of Practice and Guidance will remain valid and in

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  • Have you seen the new workplace first aid kit requirements?
    in 1997 were based on BHTA guidelines of four kits named 10 20 50 and a travel kit These are now seen as outdated and possibly inadequate due to changes in first aid protocol The BHTA guidelines were withdrawn on 31 12 2011 Issues with the previous kits included vast amounts of dressings only one pair of gloves several triangular bandages no hygiene mask and no burns gel dressings Edith Cavell British nurse and patriot during World War I who saved the lives of soldiers from all sides without distinction What s New The new kits aim to provide a more modern inventory for the workplace Following the adoption of the new standard there will continue to be four kits now called Small Medium Large and Travel so that the standard is adaptable depending on the size of the workplace In order for employers to select the correct first aid kit for their particular needs a risk assessment is crucial to determine the hazard levels and number of employees exposed Individual workplaces should be assessed so that the first aid kit has specific items depending on the nature of the work The BSi has outlined a guide to help employers select the most suitable kit for their requirements In a Low Hazard Workplace e g shops offices etc Less than 25 employees should have a small size kit 25 100 employees a medium kit whilst employers with 100 employees should have one large kit per 100 employees In a High Hazard Workplace e g extensive work with machinery food processing warehousing etc Less than 5 employees should have a small kit 5 25 employees a medium kit and employers with 25 employees should have one large kit per 25 employees With the introduction of the new standard the following changes to the kits have been made An increased quantity of gloves in order to meet the demand which will be Nitrile type in accordance with the NHS and St John Ambulance guidelines A more appropriate number of plasters available A higher quantity of wipes available which must be sterile in order to meet the European CE marking rules A reduced number of medium and large dressings Fewer triangular bandages in line with first aid protocol which no longer suggest their need for immobilizing limbs Introduction of a smaller finger dressing which is more suitable for small injuries than the current plasters and dressings Burns gel dressing has been introduced as the majority of workplaces will have a risk of burns from something as simple as a kettle The dressing will also include a conforming bandage to secure it Where safety pins once were used adhesive tape is now being introduced in order to secure dressings Safety pins will still be available so that first aiders can choose depending on their preference The introduction of a foil emergency blanket allowing a casualty to keep warm in order to reduce the potentially fatal effects of clinical shock A mouth to mouth resuscitation

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  • Fire risk assessor and hotel manager jailed for fire safety offences
    before safety Officers from Nottingham Fire and Rescue Service visited both hotels as part of a routine inspection They found that both premises were being used to provide sleeping accommodation on the upper floors and that fire precautions which should have been provided to safeguard the occupants in the event of a fire were inadequate Due to the serious risk to life they issued prohibition notices preventing any further use of both premises for sleeping accommodation until suitable improvements had been made Mr O Rourke was prosecuted because he had prepared fire risk assessments for both premises However the fire risk assessments failed to identify a number of significant deficiencies said the prosecution which would have placed the occupants at serious risk in the event of a fire The offences common to both hotels to which Mr Liu as the responsible person pleaded guilty were A lack of a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment A failure to ensure effective means of escape with doors leading onto corridors not being fire resisting or having self closers fitted A failure to ensure that emergency routes and exits were provided with emergency lighting A failure to ensure the premises were equipped with appropriate firefighting equipment detectors and alarms in that there was no fire detection within the bedrooms A failure to ensure that equipment and devices provided were subject to a suitable system of maintenance in that the fire alarm system emergency lighting system and firefighting equipment were not tested In addition at the Dial Hotel officers found both staircases from upper levels terminating in the same ground floor area with no alternative escape routes or separation a locked fire exit door and exit routes obstructed by combustible materials The other offence at the Market Inn related to a missing fire door

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