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  • Health and Safety for Beginners
    1 1 rows 1 columns Type Banners Add a Standard Banner Add a Flash Banner 60 00 Blog Skyscraper Right Side Monthly Your ad will display on the right hand side skyscraper area of the Blog This package will be shared with other advertisers on a rotational basis i e each page impression will show a different advertiser ad Terms 1 Month s Type Flat Rate Flat Rate Based on time days weeks months or years Zone Blog side banner 2 Rotation No Size 160 x 600 px Slots 1 1 rows 1 columns Type Banners Add a Standard Banner Add a Flash Banner 60 00 Blog Above Content Area in the Centre of the Page Monthly Your ad will display above the content breadcrumbs area of the Blog This package will be shared with other advertisers on a rotational basis i e each page impression will show a different advertiser ad Terms 1 Month s Type Flat Rate Flat Rate Based on time days weeks months or years Zone Blog above content Rotation No Size 468 x 60 px Slots 1 1 rows 1 columns Type Banners Add a Standard Banner Add a Flash Banner 50 00 Blog Below Content Area in the Centre of the Page Monthly Your ad will display below the content area of the Blog This package will be shared with other advertisers on a rotational basis i e each page impression will show a different advertiser ad Terms 1 Month s Type Flat Rate Flat Rate Based on time days weeks months or years Zone Blog below content Rotation No Size 468 x 60 px Slots 1 1 rows 1 columns Type Banners Add a Standard Banner Add a Flash Banner 25 00 Downloads Page Left Side Skyscraper Monthly Your ad will display on the left hand side skyscraper area of the Downloads page all categories within it Your ad will display above the Google AdSense area This package will be shared with other advertisers on a rotational basis i e each page impression will show a different advertiser ad Terms 1 Month s Type Flat Rate Flat Rate Based on time days weeks months or years Zone Downloads side banner 1 Rotation No Size 160 x 600 px Slots 1 1 rows 1 columns Type Banners Add a Standard Banner Add a Flash Banner 80 00 Downloads Page Right Side Skyscraper Monthly Your ad will display on the right hand side skyscraper area of the Downloads page all categories within it Your ad will display within Slot 3 This package will be shared with other advertisers on a rotational basis i e each page impression will show a different advertiser ad Terms 1 Month s Type Flat Rate Flat Rate Based on time days weeks months or years Zone Downloads side banner 2 Rotation No Size 160 x 600 px Slots 1 1 rows 1 columns Type Banners Add a Standard Banner Add a Flash Banner 80 00 Downloads Page Above Content Area

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  • HSWA
    consult any such representatives with a view to the making and maintenance of arrangements which will enable him and his employees to cooperate effectively in promoting and developing measures to ensure the health and safety at work of the employees and in checking the effectiveness of such measures 7 In such cases as may be prescribed it shall be the duty of every employer if requested to do so by the safety representatives mentioned in subsections 4 and 5 above to establish in accordance with regulations made by the Secretary of State a safety committee having the function of keeping under review the measures taken to ensure the health and safety at work of his employees and such other functions as may be prescribed General duties of employers and self employed to persons other than their employees 3 1 It shall be the duty of every employer to conduct his undertaking in such a way as to ensure so far as is reasonably practicable that persons not in his employment who may be affected thereby are not thereby exposed to risks to their health or safety 2 It shall be the duty of every self employed person to conduct his undertaking in such a way as to ensure so far as is reasonably practicable that he and other persons not being his employees who may be affected thereby are not thereby exposed to risks to their health or safety 3 In such cases as may be prescribed it shall be the duty of every employer and every self employed person in the prescribed circumstances and in the prescribed manner to give to persons not being his employees who may be affected by the way in which he conducts his undertaking the prescribed information about such aspects of the way in which he conducts his undertaking as might affect their health or safety General duties of persons concerned with premises to persons other than their employees 4 1 This section has effect for imposing on persons duties in relation to those who A are not their employees but B use non domestic premises made available to them as a place of work or as a place where they may use plant or substances provided for their use there and applies to premises so made available and other non domestic premises used in connection with them 2 It shall be the duty of each person who has to any extent control of premises to which this section applies or of the means of access thereto or egress therefrom or of any plant or substance in such premises to take such measures as it is reasonable for a person in his position to take to ensure so far as is reasonably practicable that the premises all means of access thereto or egress therefrom available for use by persons using the premises and any plant or substance in the premises or as the case may be provided for use there is or are safe and without risks to health 3 Where a person has by virtue of any contract or tenancy an obligation of any extent in relation to A the maintenance or repair of any premises to which this section applies or any means of access thereto or egress therefrom or B the safety of or the absence of risks to health arising from plant or substances in any such premises that person shall be treated for the purposes of subsection 2 above as being a person who has control of the matters to which his obligation extends 4 Any reference in this section to a person having control of any premises or matter is a reference to a person having control of the premises or matter in connection with the carrying on by him of a trade business or other undertaking whether for profit or not General duty of persons in control of certain premises in relation to harmful emissions into atmosphere 5 1 It shall be the duty of the person having control of any premises of a class prescribed for the purposes of section 1 1 D to us the best practicable means for preventing the emission into the atmosphere from the premises of noxious or offensive substances and for rendering harmless and inoffensive such substances as may be so emitted 2 The reference in subsection 1 above to the means to be used for the purposes there mentioned includes a reference to the manner in which the plant provided for those purposes is used and to the supervision of any operation involving the emission of the substances to which that subsection applies 3 Any substance or a substance of any description prescribed for the purposes of subsection 1 above as noxious or offensive shall be a noxious or as the case may be an offensive substance for those purposes whether or not it would be so apart from this subsection 4 Any reference in this section to a person having control of any premises is a reference to a person having control of the premises in connection with the carrying on by him of a trade business or other undertaking whether for profit or not and any duty imposed on any such person by this section shall extend only to matters within his control General duties of manufacturers etc as regards articles and substances for use at work 6 1 It shall be the duty of any person who designs manufactures imports or supplies any article for use at work A to ensure so far as is reasonably practicable that the article is so designed and constructed as to be safe and without risks to health when properly used B to carry out or arrange for the carrying out of such testing and examination as may be necessary for the performance of the duty imposed on him by the preceding paragraph C to take such steps as are necessary to secure that there will be available in connection with

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  • Terms of Use
    material downloaded from the Internet We cannot accept any responsibility for any loss disruption or damage to your data or your computer system which may occur whilst using material derived from these websites Disclaimer The Health and Safety for Beginners websites and material relating to information products and services or to third party information products and services is provided as is without any representation or endorsement made and without warranty of any kind whether express or implied including but not limited to the implied warranties of satisfactory quality fitness for a particular purpose non infringement compatibility security and accuracy We do not warrant that the functions contained in the material contained in these sites will be uninterrupted or error free that defects will be corrected or that these sites or the servers that makes them available are free of viruses or represent the full functionality accuracy reliability of the materials In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation indirect or consequential loss or damage or any loss or damages whatsoever arising from use or loss of use of data or profits arising out of or in connection with the use of the Health and Safety for Beginners websites Various materials provided on these sites may refer to statute and civil law current best practice at the time those materials are created Approved Codes of Practice current at the time those materials are created or guidance current at the time those materials are created which may become outdated over time through the natural progression of technological advance research and changes in law You accept that you will ensure the accuracy of all information contained within any material you download from the Health and Safety for Beginners websites Where you alter the contents of any material provided on these sites created by Health and Safety for Beginners to which we give you permission to alter any material created by Health and Safety for Beginners we cannot be held liable for any breach of copyright laws infringed upon such material which has not been created by Health and Safety for Beginners rather such material sent to Health and Safety for Beginners via electronic form or any other form and distributed on Health and Safety for Beginners that you willingly and knowingly alter This third party material should be kept in its entirety unless permission from that material s author has been obtained Health and Safety for Beginners takes great care to obey copyright laws and will only publish material provided with consent However we have no control over material sent to us in good faith of having not breached any copyright laws under any circumstances that it is brought to our attention there may be a breach that material will be removed without delay Every effort has been made to ensure that the content of the pages contained within http www healthandsafetytips co uk and http www hsfb co uk is accurate however no legal responsibility

    Original URL path: http://www.healthandsafetytips.co.uk/terms-of-use (2016-02-17)
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  • Privacy Policy
    terms and conditions will apply when using their services Address details will not be given or sold to any third parties PayPal will manage all transactions and we will never have access to your credit card details or bank details Health and Safety for Beginners is registered with the Information Commissioner notification reference number dac940 We collect the following general data that is non personally identifiable information We do employ cookies A cookie is a small text file that our web server places on a user s computer hard drive to be a unique identifier Cookies enable HSfB to deliver customized content to users via our community forums and Google Adsense advertising campaigns Google Adsense terms and conditions will apply Cookies generated from your use of HSfB s sites may collect non personally identifiable information in the form of an IP address but not your name address email address or telephone number We use third party advertising companies to serve ads when you visit our website including Google Google uses the DoubleClick DART cookies which enables Google to serve ads to you about goods and services of interest to you based on your visit to HSfB sites and other sites on the Internet If you would like more information on this practice or if you would like to opt out of the use of the DART cookie click the following link Google ad and content network privacy policy The Discussion Forums system uses cookies to store information on your local computer These cookies do not contain any of the information you have entered at the time of registering with the community forums they serve only to improve your viewing pleasure The e mail address is used only for confirming your registration details and password and for sending new passwords should you forget your current one or for sending you vital information regarding your account or any important information regarding accounts or web site changes affecting members We collect this information through the community registration forms and automatic logging on files The information is collected voluntarily when you select the automatically log on option to do so We do employ cookies as part of affiliate advertising partnerships These cookies may collect non personally identifiable information in the form of your IP address for the purpose of tracking sales of third party products and services advertised on HSfB Terms and conditions may also apply by third party affiliate advertising partnerships that HSfB has no control over Part II Information Usage The information collected by HSfB will be used only for confirming your registration details and password and for sending new passwords should you forget your current one or for sending you vital information regarding your account or any important information regarding the Discussion Forums Privacy Policy changes or Terms and Conditions changes Discussion forum functionality features may use your email address for notification purposes if requested via user control panels Users who provide information will receive confirmation of registration emails and vital

    Original URL path: http://www.healthandsafetytips.co.uk/privacy-policy (2016-02-17)
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  • The Health and Safety for Beginners journey
    NEBOSH General Certificate NEBOSH International Certificate NEBOSH Fire Certificate NEBOSH Diploma NEBOSH Environmental Diploma IOSH courses BSC courses NVQ 3 4 5 MSc PGCE BA and more The site also keeps its visitors up to date with HSfB site additions prize draw winning entries and updates through our monthly newsletter HSfB Noticeboard and our instant notification email for new downloads HSfB has a unique approach to helping each other out through our Discussion Forums where our attitude is quite simply for the benefit of us all There is no such thing as a stupid or daft health and safety question Achievements HSfB has a great prize draw feature where many organisations donate prizes for our regular prize draws We will let you know via our websites and newsletters when we launch our prize draw competitions good luck A highly successful prize draw competition running during 2006 2007 gave away prizes worth over 7 250 of training and learning resources including NEBOSH National General Certificate NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management NVQ Level 4 IOSH Working Safely for up to ten people Radiation Protection Supervisor RPS Training Course Guided Tour of a large multi national organisation The Handbook of Health and Safety Practice by Jeremy Stranks and The Principles of Health and Safety at Work by Allan St John Holt The prizes provided over 350 training hours not including the NVQ which had the potential for 17 lucky health and safety professionals to take their career to the next level Ever since that first prize draw the prizes have grown the number of potential study hours given away has grown and the numbers of winners and total value have all grown Extraordinary Reaching over 100 000 visitors to the site per month Over 4 500 HSfB newsletter subscribers last

    Original URL path: http://www.healthandsafetytips.co.uk/about-us?tmpl=component&print=1&page= (2016-02-17)
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  • Health and Safety for Beginners
    Email this link to a friend Close Window Email to Sender Your Email Subject Send Cancel You are now being logged in using your Facebook credentials

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  • HSfB in the Beginning...
    to use the free web space allocated as part of my internet service provider s package My learning started with two websites www google co uk and www boogiejack com In the process over a few weeks more and more files found their way onto my web space and I accidentally created a website called Health and Safety for Beginners HSfB The sole purpose of the website was originally to provide a completely free resource where students could easily find and share study materials using one large central point I personally found information like this scarce on the internet and was convinced that there was a gap ready to be filled Discussion Forums Not long after the birth of HSfB and whilst using an H S discussion forum which stopped operating some months later I began chatting online to a user of that particular forum called Ippy One comment to me that Ippy made changed HSfB forever why don t you start a discussion forum of your own The rest as they say is history Our Discussion Forums are an incredibly welcoming and friendly place to be where everybody is treated with respect and where every single question is also treated with respect hence the reason our tag line became There is no such thing as a stupid or daft health and safety question After all everybody in our profession is simply working towards keeping people at work safe and healthy Since those early months the website has grown into a valuable practical resource for students and professionals alike The website allows the sharing of information resources and discussions to take place between likeminded people with realistic and practical solutions for day to day challenges Not Just for Beginners Although the name of the website suggests it is a tool for beginners the site equally caters for experienced professionals at the same time In fact many of the beginners who have used the site in the past are now actively participating in the site daily as experienced professionals and offering their experience as advice This is basically the HSfB circle of life where beginners gain so much from the site they then want to put something back through their own learning and experience Another objective for HSfB is to assist beginners and professionals with their personal development whether that is by providing the resources on the site or by providing subsidised learning in partnership with a variety of training providers through prize draw competitions This particular concept resulted in the site winning the prestigious Lord Cullen Award for Safety Innovation and the Fife Regional Council Shield in 2007 In total over 350 hours of training were subsidised for winners of the free prize draw and the total value of prizes given away was worth over 7 250 The prize draw competitions have now become a permanent fixture on HSfB and in late 2008 a dedicated prize draw website was created It all Falls into Place Looking back on my H

    Original URL path: http://www.healthandsafetytips.co.uk/blog/37-hsfb-in-the-beginning (2016-02-17)
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  • Health and Safety Downloads
    Well being and International courses Support is also given for SVQ and NVQ qualifications MSc PGCE etc Please make sure you check the files that you download are up to date and accurate Get Notified of New Downloads Sign up button not working You are here Home Downloads Accident Statistics Accident Statistics Accident and Incident Report Database Hot Download Details Accident Chart Hot Download Details Accident Data Hot Download Details

    Original URL path: http://www.healthandsafetytips.co.uk/downloads/category/2-accident-statistics (2016-02-17)
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