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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - CDM
    Digg Reddit Delicious Tumblr Google MySpace Reply with quote Re CDM by wendolene26 Sun Feb 14 2016 8 20 pm Hello The HSE guides are normally quite easy to understand Here s the link to their guide for the CDM 2015 Regulations It is 90 pages so not just a quick flick http www hse gov uk pubns priced l153 pdf 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 CDM by AdamUK Sun Feb 14 2016 8 21 pm Hi Thanks for that how in depth are you required to know the regulations as you say they are 90 pages and to read and understand all of it is a feat in itself Cheers AdamUK Newbie Posts 10 Joined Tue Feb 02 2016 11 51 am Top Reply with quote Re CDM by PaulDonaldson Mon Feb 15 2016 6 37 am Hi AdamUK I would wait until you get on your course Pre course revision almost always confuses people so much Your tutor should keep you right As for CDM it s not a construction course you are doing so in depth is not required Paul If you do what you always done you will get what you always got http www safety heart co uk Lets us put safety at the HEART of your business PaulDonaldson Trainer of all master of none Posts 1596 Joined Sun Oct 22 2006 9 11 pm Location Newbigging Twitter safety heart 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

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - Are all accidents avoidable.
    rules in place and helped improve them proactively I d make sure I made an excellent product for that product to move along and become something else My product could then end up being a high quality machinery part That part if everybody follows my thinking will be maintained proactively inspected audited and will work without fault for its intended working life So if my outputs are to become somebody else s inputs and I get them right the next person does the same and the next etc etc We all win a watch Not many people live in my wee world though I like a challenge 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 Are all accidents avoidable by Keith1983 Fri Jan 29 2016 9 44 am I wonder if we changed the question slightly if we would get the same response I believe that all accidents are avoidable after all when we have accidents we look for a route cause and we look to put measures in place to prevent reoccurrence The fact that we do this goes some way in my mind to proving that they are avoidable The trick is making them foreseeable so I d like to pose a slightly different question Are all accidents foreseeable My response to this is no We simply cannot have the incredible depth and history of knowledge to foresee everything As an example a piece of degreasing plant at a previous employer managed to dump its 2000 litres of a nasty solvent all over the floor We cleaned the spill and avoided anyone coming to any harm We did suffer a loss in production time but no injuries or illnesses resulted We called out the appropriate technician for the piece of kit and we whittled the cause down to be a fault in a particular valve This engineer and indeed the manufacturer of the equipment had never witnessed this fault previously and this piece of equipment had been in the workplace for over 20 years in different shapes and sizes We had operated the machinery according to all of the manuals procedures etc etc So for us as the user of this equipment was there anything we could have done to make this foreseeable Not in my opinion Was the accident ultimately avoidable yes The manufacturer could test each and every valve they put on their equipment and then they would have found a fault with this one particular item So for me we should be taking steps to make the foreseeable avoidable that which is not foreseeable is a little bit more tricky So when the whole world is safe what are we going to do then Keith1983 Suitable and Sufficient since 1983 Posts 8327 Joined Mon Dec 08 2008 3

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - Are all accidents avoidable.
    It s a great example of the above It retracts a bench saw when a human finger touches it preventing injury That s my opinion Be good to see what people think Rob All such systems and philosophies have their limitations which their originators and devout followers almost unilaterally fail to acknowledge To quote your Sawstop example that s great until a failure of the control board fails to detect the minute electrical change which triggers the device or a piece of foreign debris gets in undetected which fails to allow it s correct operation All such philosophies are based on a very black and white view of life and therefore innately flawed Take Lean and Six Sigma for example Follow that concept and you can remove all H S aspects from a process because they are unproductive action If the worker does everything 100 safety why do you need safety precautions When I was in the RAF in the early 2000s we went along the Lean route and people were claiming savings of tens of millions which was total bull They were finding spares and tooling that were held forward for immediate use Which then got thrown in the bin to save space Really cost effective Go back a couple of more decades to the early 80 s and the RAF MOD got rid of lots of spares worth an incalculable amount because they were irreplaceable 1950s equipment for the Canberra aircraft because they were being retired within the next couple of years So all this equipment was sold at scrap value Within a year or 2 they were scrabbling to buy it back from various Government Surplus wholesalers at a vastly increased price because the aircraft carried on another 20 years So that s my opinion on such blinkered ideologies 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 Are all accidents avoidable by gfsw Wed Feb 03 2016 9 53 am Maybe the question is DO WE WANT to stop all accidents Far to much effort energy and resources needed to eliminate all accidents hence it may be that my AFR for all accidents on my site is 3 0 cheers garry gfsw Jnr Member Posts 184 Joined Fri Apr 05 2013 9 33 am Top Reply with quote Re Are all accidents avoidable by sharprc Wed Feb 03 2016 9 54 am Hi Berni I have heard about the RAF s usage of Lean methodology it s not a true implementation of the ideology although their shadow boarding is very good for obvious reasons By it s very nature within Lean downtime is a waste By designing systems with safety in mind and engaging Safety Professionals in the Kaizen events there s no reason why systems can t be designed to

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - 14001:2015 Lead Auditor Course - Cardiff
    14001 2015 Lead Auditors course at the end of February in Cardiff Rob Simplicity is the key to brilliance sharprc Snr Member Posts 304 Joined Mon Nov 24 2014 4 23 pm Location Aberdream Industry Sector Oil Gas Top Advertisement Share On Facebook Twitter FriendFeed Orkut Digg Reddit Delicious Tumblr Google MySpace Reply with quote Re 14001 2015 Lead Auditor Course Cardiff by Waterbaby Sun Feb 14 2016 12 48 pm Bump 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 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 Diploma MSc BA PGCE NVQ Courses 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

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - Boilers
    it Many thanks in advance Extank Everybody is a Genius But If You Judge a Fish by Its Ability to Climb a Tree It Will Live Its Whole Life Believing that It is Stupid Extankman Jnr Member Posts 171 Joined Mon Mar 31 2014 10 47 am Twitter https twitter com Daz S Kennedy Industry Sector Construction Top Advertisement Share On Facebook Twitter FriendFeed Orkut Digg Reddit Delicious Tumblr Google MySpace Reply with quote Re Boilers by Waterbaby Sun Feb 14 2016 12 45 pm Some suggestions here which may help https www google co uk webhp sourceid w 20boiler 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 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

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View active topics
    by res2016 Mon Feb 15 2016 2 36 pm in General Discussion 7 241 by Mel GT Tue Feb 16 2016 10 41 am Line of Fire training presentation by Jonnie Tue Feb 16 2016 9 28 am in General Discussion 0 46 by Jonnie Tue Feb 16 2016 9 28 am RIDDOR Query by fs1982 Mon Feb 15 2016 9 54 am in General Discussion 10 285 by fs1982 Tue Feb 16 2016 9 18 am Fire assembly point and location by safetysmart123 Mon Feb 15 2016 6 39 pm in General Discussion 3 255 by safetysmart123 Tue Feb 16 2016 8 54 am CISRS Black Managers Card by 2503col Mon Feb 15 2016 4 44 pm in General Discussion 1 155 by Coldrop Mon Feb 15 2016 5 38 pm Star Wars company set to be prosecuted 1 2 by Penfold Thu Feb 11 2016 2 22 pm in General Discussion 21 834 by Alexis Mon Feb 15 2016 3 54 pm Why linmited prosecution by gfsw Mon Feb 15 2016 12 41 pm in General Discussion 3 89 by Alexis Mon Feb 15 2016 2 23 pm Stupidity by jonsi Mon Feb 15 2016 11 20 am in General Discussion 3 107 by Alexis Mon Feb 15 2016 1 31 pm Monday 15 February 2016 by WillPool Mon Feb 15 2016 2 53 am in The Monday Morning Forum 7 214 by Alexis Mon Feb 15 2016 12 47 pm Fire Risk Assessment Query Hiring at Venue by fs1982 Mon Feb 15 2016 11 48 am in Fire 2 56 by fs1982 Mon Feb 15 2016 12 22 pm Distance Learning by Christhesparky Sun Feb 14 2016 4 14 pm in NEBOSH Certificate 4 245 by NGC Mon Feb 15 2016 9 01 am CDM by AdamUK

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • Login
    Password I forgot my password Resend activation e mail Log me on automatically each visit Hide my online status this session Register In order to login you must be registered Registering takes only a few moments but gives you increased capabilities The board administrator may also grant additional permissions to registered users Before you register please ensure you are familiar with our terms of use and related policies Please ensure

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View forum - General Site Announcements
    by Jack Kane Sun Jan 13 2008 8 30 pm 23 Replies 4460 Views Last post by Jack Kane Wed Dec 31 2008 9 28 pm 2008 Prize Draw Coming Soon 1 2 3 4 5 by Jack Kane Sun Jul 06 2008 7 16 pm 56 Replies 20918 Views Last post by Jack Kane Mon Nov 03 2008 9 16 pm Your Download Contributions to HSfB by Jack Kane Tue Sep 09 2008 12 38 pm 5 Replies 2848 Views Last post by Jack Kane Mon Sep 29 2008 7 30 pm Moderator Changes Gladiator by Jack Kane Sun Sep 07 2008 2 04 pm 0 Replies 715 Views Last post by Jack Kane Sun Sep 07 2008 2 04 pm New Networking Forum Moderators by Jack Kane Tue Jul 15 2008 8 34 pm 0 Replies 766 Views Last post by Jack Kane Tue Jul 15 2008 8 34 pm A Week in the Life by Jack Kane Sun Mar 02 2008 11 46 pm 0 Replies 2206 Views Last post by Jack Kane Sat Jul 12 2008 7 27 pm Forum Security Update Temporary Closure of Forums by Jack Kane Tue Apr 08 2008 7 32 pm 5 Replies 1357 Views Last post by Jack Kane Fri Jul 11 2008 8 37 pm Technical Issues HSfB Forums Crashing your PC by Jack Kane Sat May 17 2008 2 07 pm 7 Replies 6011 Views Last post by Jack Kane Wed Jul 02 2008 4 29 pm Are You Having Logging in Problems by Jack Kane Thu Jan 03 2008 11 12 pm 0 Replies 1416 Views Last post by Jack Kane Thu Feb 07 2008 8 24 pm New Version of Forums by Jack Kane Thu Dec 13 2007 8 46 pm 10 Replies 1964 Views Last post by Jack Kane Tue Jan 22 2008 9 06 pm Terms and Conditions of Use for Forums Updated by Jack Kane Sat Jan 19 2008 9 58 pm 0 Replies 1195 Views Last post by Jack Kane Sat Jan 19 2008 9 58 pm HSfB Updates 2007 1 4 5 6 by Jack Kane Tue Jan 02 2007 2 42 pm 60 Replies 10383 Views Last post by Jack Kane Sun Jan 06 2008 8 56 pm Evo Stik Expanding Foam is not a Faulty Product by Jack Kane Sun Sep 30 2007 1 38 pm 0 Replies 1298 Views Last post by Jack Kane Sun Sep 30 2007 1 38 pm IMPORTANT PLEASE READ Fake HSfB Emails by Jack Kane Sat Sep 01 2007 5 49 pm 3 Replies 1373 Views Last post by Jack Kane Fri Sep 21 2007 6 17 am HSfB Wins Fife Regional Council Shield 1 2 by Jack Kane Tue May 15 2007 6 14 am 19 Replies 3943 Views Last post by Jack Kane Wed May 30 2007 7 36 pm HSfB Wins Lord Cullen Safety Award 1 2 3 4 by Jack Kane Wed Apr 04 2007 7 31 pm 36

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