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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - Accident stats benchmarking
    would be out of a job Health Safety begins between the ears kngc Jnr Member Posts 143 Joined Mon Jan 18 2010 11 29 pm Location East Sussex Industry Sector Health Social Care Top Advertisement Share On Facebook Twitter FriendFeed Orkut Digg Reddit Delicious Tumblr Google MySpace Reply with quote Re Accident stats benchmarking by Alexis Tue Feb 16 2016 2 35 pm Hi K Not sure if this link would have what you are looking for http www hscic gov uk nascis A candle loses none of its light by lighting another candle http www safetyjobsonline com http www healthandsafetytips co uk blog Alexis Official HSfB Legend Posts 41836 Joined Thu Mar 18 2004 10 52 am Location West Lothian Twitter https twitter com AlexisHSfB Website Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time Subject Ascending Descending Post a reply 2 posts Page 1 of 1 Return to General Discussion Jump to Select a forum Announcements General Site Announcements Frequently Asked Questions FAQs Subscribe to our Atom feed Downloads SafetyJobsOnline com General Health Safety and Environmental General Introduce Yourself General Discussion

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - Pinch Hazards in non driver rollers
    rollers non driver rollers On this ones it only exist a tension force between the take off rollers and the end roller and gravity of course eg of the non driver rollers that we have http img directindustry com images di photo mg roller conveyor modular horizontal transport 15426 2424527 jpg Question on this non drivers rollers where do not exist counterrotating rollers should I considere the need of covers with guards Exist the risk if someone place the hand between the product and the roller I am using as requirement of distances the BS EN 13857 2007 and for requirement of the guards 1 4 REQUIRED CHARACTERISTICS OF GUARDS AND PROTECTIVE DEVICES of the DIRECTIVE 2006 42 EC I am forgetting me anything joaorosa80 Student Posts 49 Joined Sat Aug 02 2014 12 09 am Top Advertisement Share On Facebook Twitter FriendFeed Orkut Digg Reddit Delicious Tumblr Google MySpace Reply with quote Re Pinch Hazards in non driver rollers by kevlarion Tue Feb 16 2016 1 15 pm If you think someone can get injured then take action to prevent that happening The directives and standards are there to help you do that not to limit your response If it isn t broken that doesn t mean you can t improve it Do three negatives make a positive kevlarion Blue Sky Moderator Posts 1917 Joined Fri Jul 10 2009 2 20 pm Location Glasgow Website Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time Subject Ascending Descending Post a reply 2 posts Page 1 of 1 Return to General Discussion Jump to Select a forum Announcements General Site Announcements Frequently Asked Questions FAQs Subscribe to our Atom feed Downloads SafetyJobsOnline com General

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - Offshore:Step Change in Safety:Helicopter Safety WEBINAR
    The XBR armband policy An activity update from Airbus Helicopters and An introduction to NHV Please note that this event will be run as a webinar not at the AECC You must register on the Step Change website to receive webinar registration details Venue This event is a webinar only Webinar registration details will be sent out with joining instructions nearer the day You must register on the Step Change website to receive webinar registration details Price 0 00 Member price 0 00 Date Wednesday 9 March 2016 11 00am to 12 30pm https www stepchangeinsafety net news hootsuite WB Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work Thomas A Edison 1847 1931 Waterbaby HSfB Moderator Posts 1686 Joined Sat Jul 23 2011 9 53 am Location Home UK Work International Industry Sector Medical Oil Gas Maritime Top Advertisement Share On Facebook Twitter FriendFeed Orkut Digg Reddit Delicious Tumblr Google MySpace Reply with quote Re Offshore Step Change in Safety Helicopter Safety WEBINAR by Alexis Tue Feb 16 2016 10 58 am Really good idea and well worth participating Good find WB A candle loses none of its light by lighting another candle http www safetyjobsonline com http www healthandsafetytips co uk blog Alexis Official HSfB Legend Posts 41836 Joined Thu Mar 18 2004 10 52 am Location West Lothian Twitter https twitter com AlexisHSfB Website Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time Subject Ascending Descending Post a reply 2 posts Page 1 of 1 Return to Freebies Jump to Select a forum Announcements General Site Announcements Frequently Asked Questions FAQs Subscribe to our Atom feed Downloads SafetyJobsOnline com General Health Safety and

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - Tuesday 16th Feb
    turn the car heater down at some point Have an awesome day whatever you are all up to Follow Health and Safety for Beginners Facebook Twitter Jack Kane HSfB Site Grand Shidoshi Posts 24056 Joined Wed Mar 17 2004 12 13 am Location Bo ness Twitter http twitter com hsfb Industry Sector Oil and Gas Manufacturing Engineering Website Top Reply with quote Re Tuesday 16th Feb by safetycoach Tue Feb 16 2016 7 35 am Good morning Woodie Will Paul Jack and all who follow High winds again this morning and still dark with a touch of rain in the forecast a few D A failures yesterday so it is more reports to do when will they ever learn that booze and the sea do not mix in this day and age but first of all it is the morning meeting to see where we are going to get all the shortfall in crews from I am off the Bakers for some coffee and might even have a bacon buttie safetycoach safetycoach Grand Shidoshi Posts 2041 Joined Wed Oct 11 2006 12 40 pm Location Aberdeen Top Reply with quote Re Tuesday 16th Feb by wendolene26 Tue Feb 16 2016 8 10 am Morning All Very parky out there today and that was just putting the wheelie bin out I am heading out soon though so I will need to be well wrapped up Have a good day folks Wendo You are only a millimetre or a millisecond away from the next incident wendolene26 HSfB Moderator Posts 1119 Joined Tue Jan 17 2012 10 46 pm Location Aberdeen Industry Sector Oil and Gas Top Reply with quote Re Tuesday 16th Feb by Waterbaby Tue Feb 16 2016 8 24 am Good Morning All A beautiful clear morning but plenty of frost where the sun has not hit yet Have a great day WB Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work Thomas A Edison 1847 1931 Waterbaby HSfB Moderator Posts 1686 Joined Sat Jul 23 2011 9 53 am Location Home UK Work International Industry Sector Medical Oil Gas Maritime Top Reply with quote Re Tuesday 16th Feb by Blackstone Tue Feb 16 2016 8 33 am Morning all Cold icy and foggy this morning Looks like a bits and bobs day today Lots of loose ends to tie up Have a good one Glen Train people well enough so they can leave treat them well enough that they don t want to Richard Branson Blackstone Anorak Extraordinaire Posts 797 Joined Mon Mar 07 2011 11 17 am Location Kent Twitter https twitter com GlenDoc Industry Sector Manufacturing Marine Oil Gas Top Reply with quote Re Tuesday 16th Feb by ctjcrm Tue Feb 16 2016 8 47 am Morning all above and all who follow Lovely cold day yesterday with a bit of snow cold start again this morning and potentially a little snow later Quiet period awaiting a meeting being organised

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - Footwear policy for office based employees
    accidents and it does draw into question how safe they would be in an evacuation I m not against them for woman who like to wear them Personally I don t because it s a very impractical thing for my job walking miles rounds buildings ducking into ceiling spaces and plant rooms etc and as i ve never worn them due to good advice given to me by my chiropractor I d look completely silly anyway as I couldn t walk in them if I tried I ve had to leg it down a corridor on more than one occasion to deal with an emergency I d become one myself if I tried to wear heels I think as has been said if you are going to specify the types of shoes that need to be worn there has to be some compromise on cost if it s for safety reasons If your policy is successful let me know My boss would love to get something like that in our place Practice makes perfect apparently Stonehenge Snr Member Posts 514 Joined Tue Jul 31 2012 1 47 pm Location Midlands Industry Sector Industrial Control Systems Top Reply with quote Re Footwear policy for office based employees by res2016 Tue Feb 16 2016 8 50 am We just want to try and clarify what is suitable footwear to wear on site especially as people are going up and down stairs regularly and also walking from one building to another on site in what I would class as unsuitable footwear stiletto heels etc Where safety footwear is required for office staff as they are actually entering working areas we provide this free of charge as we do with all our operational staff too We won t be providing or contributing to the cost of non safety footwear but want to create a policy that states what office based staff and also others when coming in to work before they start their shift and put their PPE on can and can t wear on their feet on site res2016 Newbie Posts 3 Joined Tue Jan 05 2016 9 32 am Top Reply with quote Re Footwear policy for office based employees by witsd Tue Feb 16 2016 9 30 am I would be very careful in coming up with a list of footwear that you consider unsuitable based on very little other than your personal opinion I ve seen many women charging around in heels in no danger of tripping over at all I ve known bans on open toed shoes no protection at all if a box falls on your toe and on flip flops aside from the irritating noise they are a ridiculous trip hazard but not one on heels Have you had any actual accidents that were investigated and found to be caused by high heels Every passing hour brings the Solar System forty three thousand miles closer to Globular Cluster M13 in Hercules and still there are some misfits

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - RIDDOR Query
    Fabrication Top Reply with quote Re RIDDOR Query by Blackstone Mon Feb 15 2016 1 27 pm Hi Berni fs1982 I agree with you both non workers are reportable if injured from someone else s work activity What wasn t clear from the first post IMO was the link between the injury and a work activity Connecting the water being thrown into the street by the hotel and that freezing makes the link The key bit for me was the work related bit From INDG453 Work related accidents involving members of the public or people who are not at work must be reported if a person is injured and is taken from the scene of the accident to hospital for treatment to that injury I would say that my 2nd comment is not correct however doesn t make sense now i ve re read it Either way I hope you are on the mend and don t have too much discomfort Regards Glen Train people well enough so they can leave treat them well enough that they don t want to Richard Branson Blackstone Anorak Extraordinaire Posts 797 Joined Mon Mar 07 2011 11 17 am Location Kent Twitter https twitter com GlenDoc Industry Sector Manufacturing Marine Oil Gas Top Reply with quote Re RIDDOR Query by fs1982 Mon Feb 15 2016 2 43 pm Thanks for the good wishes Glen in a lot of pain but I ll get there just glad it wasn t more serious I realised later that perhaps I hadn t described the actual chain of events in OP hence why my addition as I appreciate it does make a difference fs1982 Member Posts 222 Joined Tue Jun 03 2014 11 03 am Location Ayrshire Scotland Industry Sector Engineering Welding Fabrication Top Reply with quote Re RIDDOR Query by bernicarey Mon Feb 15 2016 2 55 pm Making the public footpath icy by a deliberate act is even more serious Though in fact that wouldn t then be RIDDOR reportable under the circumstances previously described but could now be reportable as a direct consequence of the employee s actions Make sure it s not actually hotel property though just because it looks like public pathway it might still be on their land Many commercial properties especially shops and the like have a boundary that stretches out onto the publicly used pathway sometimes indicated by small studs in the flagstones or other markings http www belvoirsafety co uk Tomorrow your reward for being safe today bernicarey Anorak Extraordinaire Posts 6956 Joined Tue Jan 13 2009 2 50 am Location The heart of the East Midlands Twitter bernicarey Industry Sector Consultancy Training Website Top Reply with quote Re RIDDOR Query by fs1982 Mon Feb 15 2016 3 57 pm Quite sure it doesn t belong to the hotel as when I said public highway I meant one that is actually a road for vehicular access rather than a pedestrian pathway and the council maintain it I say

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - Fire assembly point and location
    2016 3 59 am You can normally find maps of where this place is near to fire points I would also want this information at induction if I was an employee If for some reason assembly point has changed then it should be communicated by Tool box Talk perhaps to employees Failing that ask the safety rep advisor manager If there is none of the above on site then try and follow the safety signage to lead you to final exit and see if there is an assembly point sign Just some pointers hope they help Will It is better to be careful 100 times than to get killed once Mark Twain 1835 1910 WillPool HSfB Moderator Posts 8188 Joined Mon Mar 13 2006 8 45 pm Location Jeddah Saudi Arabia Industry Sector Construction Website Top Reply with quote Re Fire assembly point and location by Messy Tue Feb 16 2016 4 47 am The premises emergency plan should be available to all staff as well as regular training In addition fire action notices should be displayed usually adjacent to manual fire alarm call points and these signs should provide assembly point details Lastly the member of staff could simply ask someone their manager perhaps Messy Grand Shidoshi Posts 2361 Joined Wed Dec 27 2006 8 59 am Location Job based in Central London Top Reply with quote Re Fire assembly point and location by safetysmart123 Tue Feb 16 2016 8 54 am Thank you to both Will and Messy for your help much appreciated As the saying goes every little helps safetysmart123 Student Posts 51 Joined Tue Oct 06 2015 9 49 am Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - CISRS Black Managers Card
    above in construction Could anyone recommend an NVQ Thanks in advance Colin 2503col Student Posts 21 Joined Sun Oct 19 2014 7 51 pm Location Lincoln Industry Sector Scaffold Fabrication Top Advertisement Share On Facebook Twitter FriendFeed Orkut Digg Reddit Delicious Tumblr Google MySpace Reply with quote Re CISRS Black Managers Card by Coldrop Mon Feb 15 2016 5 38 pm Have you read this it should help http cisrs org uk wp content uploads CISRS CAP609 Revised Final Copy 14 03 13 pdf Intellectuals solve problems but Geniuses prevent them Coldrop Major Injury Posts 9027 Joined Sun Apr 25 2004 8 41 pm Location UK Industry Sector Construction Civils Utilities Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time Subject Ascending Descending Post a reply 2 posts Page 1 of 1 Return to General Discussion Jump to Select a forum Announcements General Site Announcements Frequently Asked Questions FAQs Subscribe to our Atom feed Downloads SafetyJobsOnline com General Health Safety and Environmental General Introduce Yourself General Discussion Environmental Fire Management Systems Safety Moment Freebies Study Support NEBOSH Certificate NEBOSH Construction Certificate NEBOSH Fire

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