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  • Case Studies by Workplace Safety Advice (UK)
    carrying out a risk assessment can put employees or members of the public at risk Here a worker tells how she was fortunate to escape serious injury Leg Trapped in Lifting Sling Propelled Me Into the Air Case Study A routine lifting operation resulted in permanent disabling injuries Moving Heavy Machinery Caused My Injury A Case Study An engineer who lost part of his index finger in a workplace accident

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  • Site Information by Workplace Safety Advice (UK)
    Disclaimer Notice WORKPLACESAFETYADVICE makes no representation or warranty of any kind express implied or statutory in relation to this website or its content and Discussions Guidelines Please take a moment to read through our code of conduct before posting on our discussions board Language Defamatory Remarks Do not post anything that could be Guidelines for Submitting Comments When submitting comments you need to take into account our guidelines which are detailed here IP Copyright Notice WorkplaceSafetyAdvice are the owners of all intellectual property rights in relation to this website and its content including but not limited to all trademarks and Link To Us Last year 229 people were killed as a result of workplace accidents Over 100 000 people were seriously injured and 34 million days were lost as a result of accidents RSS News Feed Our RSS feed allows you to see when we have added new content providing the latest headlines and information as soon as its published without having to visit the Tell Us Your Story Whilst we have a great team of experienced writers sometimes it s hard to beat stories provided by our readers who have experienced first hand the subject about Terms of Use

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  • A Guide to Manual Handling and Lifting Techniques
    concern WorkplaceSafetyAdvice 8 Feb 16 11 08 AM I work in a small Ford connect Van and for 3 hours a day 3 days a week I have to be in the back of the van emptying anything between 12 25 coin boxes a day into coin bags with the Max of 3 000 coins in each box can be very heavy I can not sit up straight in the van and my back I slightly arched sitting normally in the van The van itself in the back has a safe taking up half the space anyway so space is tight I have recently started to get constant lower back pain since Christmas When asked my employer for the health and safety report for working with heavy objects in a confined space the simply laughed and said well how would we fill the rest of ur day for u How do I stand As the pain is getting uncomtortable now Whitehog 7 Feb 16 11 34 AM What is the max tonage a peron should lift per 8 hr shift 3 people on each shift rotation made after every loaded trailer avg 5 tone a trailer full day tonage avg 50 tone both shifts Works out at aprox just over 8 tone lifted per person some timeeonly 2 guys rotating so could be alot more is this too much despatcher 3 Feb 16 5 38 PM Hi I gave a 30 mile ride to my daughters partner from the g p to the A and E with a suspected spinal injury on Friday He can hardly feel his toes and is numb and it s getting worse after doing his community service which is almost complete His job was dragging 100kg sacks at a local community project tgat sells the donated items He is just about 20 yrs old All he can think about his completing his C S programme but the sad reality is this once fit young man may have been given a life sentence of being numb from the abdomen down and it s not improving over the weekend the symptoms are intensifying and he s scared This is 2016 this is the U K I expected much more from our PROVIDERS of such projects to be completely and utterly 100 on the H and S Policy and procedures at this stage any supervisor should know these legislations like second nature I will also mention here that lots of people with special needs attend the project to gain skills I will be requesting a ccomplete and thorough investigation into that project and what us actually being allowed to be performed as jobs and or tasks for these VULNERABLE people who due to the nature of their status are UNLIKELY to complain That in itself is an abuse of POWER This is an absolute shambles of a situationand it takes a serious incident for anyone to even bother to look the project over and or pop in to do spot checks Certain people gravitate to specific jobs and they are not always for the right reasons So even support staff and lower management need to be personality tested for the traits of any disorder of personality They are very accurate and would ensure at least some protection for the vulnerable in our society One does not throw a large amount of vulnerable people in one building and let it continue to function with nobody answering to the laws and legislation that is COMPULSORY for everyone else overseeing such projects they should be scrutinised more closely if anything This community based project is working closely with the local authority and somebody is turning a dead ear and a blind eye WELL not now because I am making it MYbusiness to bring it to everyone s attention and I will firstly be requesting a visit from the health and safety officer for the county over to see with their own eyes just exactly what is being expected of these people behind the doors closed to the general public ladyDee 24 Jan 16 4 06 PM I have to carry sandbags for 1maile is that s aloud G 15 Jan 16 9 01 AM my employer is trying to discipline me for not carrying a treadmill upstairs weighing 66kg we did a risk assessment and believe it would of caused a injury is this allowed by my employer ben 8 Jan 16 12 53 PM I work in care I lift and move residents all day and I am in a lot of pain pain in my neck and extreme pain in my lower back Work colleagues and I lift people over 70 80 kilos from their chairs to their wheel chairs and lift them off again to take to a very small bathroom we have to hold them up because they can t walk undo bottom clothing and sit them on the toilet when doing this we have to bend down whilst trying to hold them up is this weight accep table when carrying and bending down Sussie 24 Oct 15 9 18 PM leelaaaaad Your Question I have recently started a job and was lifting 10kg boxes from above head height the pallet of which I was lifting from was approximate stacked 7 to 7half feet high when 1 of the fully packed boxes fell and smashed me clean in the face leaving me with facial injuries I e black cheek bone swelling redness along with dizziness at the time of impact constant head ache also neck muscle pain I was not shown what to to how to use a saftey knife just said do it baring in mind I was lifting opening lifting again to load into hoppers is this LEGAL or the right way tough advice would be help full guys Our Response All employees should be given health and safety training As a minimum new employees must be given an induction which should cover topics such as how to report an accident how to respond in the event of a fire how to use equipment safely who to contact if there is a health and safety issue and how to find information relating to health and safety In addition employees should be trained in the precautions that they need to take when working with equipment or jobs that have significant risks associated with them If the accident happened at work it should be recorded in the company accident book If your workplace does not have an accident book you should write out brief details of the accident and injuries send them to your employer and keep a copy Your contract may say that you have to report an injury at work to your employer Our article Manual Handing at Work may help with more information on what your company should be doing see link here If your company was working outside the employment guidelines then you may be able to claim See CAB link here WorkplaceSafetyAdvice 6 Oct 15 11 15 AM I have recently started a job and was lifting 10kg boxes from above head height the pallet of which I was lifting from was approximate stacked 7 to 7half feet high when 1 of the fully packed boxes fell and smashed me clean in the face leaving me with facial injuries I e black cheek bone swelling redness along with dizziness at the time of impact constant head ache also neck muscle pain i was not shown what to to how to use a saftey knife just said do it baring in mind I was lifting opening lifting again to load into hoppers is this LEGAL or the right way tough advice would be help full guys leelaaaaad 5 Oct 15 11 44 AM ja You should visit your GP and get a doctors note which will excuse you from heavy lifting Abs 19 Aug 15 12 27 PM I hurt my wrist recently and can t manage heavy objects my boss is forcing me to lift stuff and told me to get proof that I can t do it He is being nasty and won t stop with me I was recently off with anxiety and getting that way again what can I do Ja 18 Aug 15 4 49 PM Hi My work involves 50kg of lifting Is this even legal nelz 4 Aug 15 9 05 AM hi im currently studying my business administration certificate III For one of my assignments I have to do it about Contribute to the health and safety of others I m having trouble with a certain question it is If a manual handling job is too difficult what should you do Can you please advice me with something that is related to that question Thanks burgo 20 Jul 15 12 11 AM hi i just wondered how you come to the conclusion that nothing over 25kg should be lifted As far as iam aware there is actually no limit set as to what weight you can legally lift if its mid waiste then i thought it was 25kg according to the HSE risk assessment but you can carry more depending on the companies dynamic risk assessment is this right or not matt 14 Jul 15 10 07 AM sam this is a tricky question as if you are still on probation then you may need to re assess whether this is the job for you given that the job involves heavy lifting as a pre requisite and this is listed in your contract However as specified in the article if your employer does not seem concerned about the issue you could point out that all employers have responsibilities to their workers under manual handling regulations introduced in 1992 Also if you do suffer an injury or feel ANY pain while lifting or landling an object stop immediately and speak to your employer Make sure that the incident is recorded because it could be some hours later before you realise the true extent of the damage You might also want to visit your GP if this is becoming and issue as you do not want any further repercussions Also if you have burned yourself on the equipment this needs to be reported and recorded either through HR or directly with your employer Should you need any further information or to see whether your employer is working within your employment guidelines you may like to give ACAS a call via the link here I hope this helps WorkplaceSafetyAdvice 13 Jul 15 10 17 AM Hi I recently started my first job and it s hard going I ve told my employer I have back problems and he told me it was bs So he s now told me I have to lift things he tells me to I ve had to lift 3 10kg bags of meat 20kg or bones 20 litre drums of oil and heavy hot trays which I ve burnt myself on due to the weight I ve told him ill always attempt to lift items but I may not always be able to As a result of these lifts I now have extreme back pain and can barely move I m 18 5 6 and 115 pounds I d this acceptable or do I need to talk to someone about these issues sam 10 Jul 15 1 09 AM I work in a textile factory and suffered injuries to my left leg and right knww whilst moving boxes of yarn weighing over 26kg in total each box These boxes are large and bulky each containing 12 2kg cones of yarn They are stacked on the pallets six high approx 6ft total height As I couldn t reach the top boxes to lift down I had to stand on an actual box to reach the top layer was shown this method by another employee I did this as I didn t feel secure standing on thesmall kick trolley as the boes were heavy and large So when I reached over to pull a box forward to lift iit it threw me off balance and I fell twisting my right knee badly and injuring my left shin on a wooden pallet This resulted in a bad leg infection which has left my shin permanently marked and misshapen but has also injuring my knee so badly that I now need to have a full knee replacement later this year I was off work for seven monthsand have recently returned to work doing light duties Do you think I may have grounds to seek a claim Knitwit 27 Jun 15 9 48 AM I work in a textile factory and suffered injuries to my left leg and right knww whilst moving boxes of yarn weighing over 26kg in total each box These boxes are large and bulky each containing 12 2kg cones of yarn They are stacked on the pallets six high approx 6ft total height As I couldn t reach the top boxes to lift down I had to stand on an actual box to reach the top layer was shown this method by another employee I did this as I didn t feel secure standing on thesmall kick trolley as the boes were heavy and large So when I reached over to pull a box forward to lift iit it threw me off balance and I fell twisting my right knee badly and injuring my left shin on a wooden pallet This resulted in a bad leg infection which has left my shin permanently marked and misshapen but has also injuring my knee so badly that I now need to have a full knee replacement later this year I was off work for seven monthsand have recently returned to work doing light duties Do you think I may have grounds to seek a claim Knitwit 27 Jun 15 12 42 AM In In my workplace I have been told to use a grille It is a large supposedly eye level grille Very old and some of the slots where the grille pan should sit are bent making it difficult to pull out This along with the fact that for me at 5ft 4 iniches it is actually above my head I have told the management that I will not use it as I would be lifting the pan laden withhot food above my head One member of staff pulled out the grille pan with hot toasted teacakes on it Because of the bent rails it stuck she pulled the pan hard and all the hot contents hit he in the face I considered she was lucky the food was not cheese on toast as this could have caused her serious injury I believe the management consider that I am making a mountain out of molehills Your opinion would be most appreciated dide 15 Jun 15 7 51 PM Andrew you can report your workplace concern via the HSE link here if you think your company has breached its health and safety law I hope this helps WorkplaceSafetyAdvice 11 Jun 15 12 12 PM Hi I work for a warranty I lift wheels upto 25kg from anywhere ranging from head height to the floor I recently was seen on camera lifting 1 6 times above my head as a weight They say it s gross misconduct as it s against health safetly If that is so surely I shouldn t of been aloud to take them over 6 foot trolleys for over 3 years Andrew 9 Jun 15 7 23 PM I work for a furniture store and have to carry heavy furniture up stairs flats etc over 50kg and some 110kg What I am supposed to do is lift prpperly but it is sometimes impossible in confined spaces I want to know what compensation I would get if I have to give up work for life due to an injury whiteshark 28 May 15 10 01 PM If the lift is out if use can they make you carry it up and down the stairs I work in retail me 19 May 15 10 11 AM Tiffin I suggest you give Acas a call via the link here in order to see where you stand legally I hope this helps WorkplaceSafetyAdvice 13 May 15 2 10 PM Hi I trained on a farm where they used trollies to transport the feed I then moved to another farm under development I asked daily where the trollies were but I was always given the answer that the manager is slow at getting these things and costs My feet then started to hurt so I changed from boots to wellies which didn t help so asked if I could wear my own they said no but then I was walking in my shed in just socks until I went to the chiropodist and he said I should quit my job I therefore quit In 4 weeks no one was concerned whatsoever about my feet complaints I was carrying buckets of 17kg up and down a concrete yard over 100m repetitively everyday in steel toed boots We had been on a manual handling course so we re carrying them correctly there was just lack of equipment I then spoke to the manager after who said they weren t necessarily going to provide trollies and it wasn t high risk Even though we were doing a load of other jobs using the same muscles If I had been made aware of the risks I would have known to stop straight away with the pain and wouldn t have done it at all if the equipment was never going to be provided I am out of a job because I thought it was my fault but actually it was due to their lack of duty of care Is there anything I can do now I am suffering from repetitive strain injuries

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  • How Many Breaks am I Entitled to?
    Jan 16 7 49 AM I recently resigned from a health care nursing assistance position healthcare agency at a client s home I was told I was not allowed to have any breaks during my 12 hour shifts client safety reasons Legal Missus 29 Jan 16 12 40 AM Bf Your Question I currently work 7am 6pm and given half an hour break is this legal Our Response As you are working 11 hours and not more than 12 in which case you would be allowed a further 20 minutes break this is legal WorkplaceSafetyAdvice 28 Jan 16 12 59 PM I currently work 7am 6pm and given half an hour break is this legal Bf 27 Jan 16 10 34 PM Tj Your Question I m a community carer and have been working 12 hours with only a 30 min break is this right Our Response Yes as specified in the article you are allowed a break for every six hours or more that you work If you work beyond the 12 hours then you would be entitled to an additional break WorkplaceSafetyAdvice 25 Jan 16 12 28 PM Interesting My parents worked in the 50s and 60s in factories and did 8 hours but had 15mins morning and afternoon break plus an hour lunch seems very different now Mike 24 Jan 16 11 45 PM I m a community carer and have been working 12 hours with only a 30 min break is this right Tj 24 Jan 16 1 47 PM with the 20 minute break is paid and part of my 8 hour working day tobyjug 13 Jan 16 10 40 PM tobyjug Your Question L work an 8 hour day but if l want a break l have to be at work for 8 5 hours is this legal Our Response No as specified in the article you are entitled to a 20 minute break for every six hours or more you work You need to firstly have a look at your contract and see what it specifies if it is at odds with what you are being given you need to raise the issue with your boss and if you don t get a satisfactory answer give ACAS a call WorkplaceSafetyAdvice 13 Jan 16 12 48 PM l work an 8 hour day but if l want a break l have to be at work for 8 5 hours is this legal tobyjug 12 Jan 16 10 12 PM Get your facts wright if you are publishing wtd rules it s 15 mins before or at 6 hrs also 30 mins must be completed before or on 9 hrs completed so 20 mins in 12 hr shift like what you have said in previous post is completely wrong and where are you getting the figure of 20 mins from intervals of15mins are only excepted so if you have 20 mins on 6hr mark you need to have an other 15 mins at 9 hr

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  • Workplace Safety Advice Newsletter Registration
    comments We show only your firstname and never show your surname email address or any other personal information May we add your comments Yes No PRIVACY Your details will not be passed to anyone else or used for any other reason other than to send you our monthly newsletter which will update you about new content or features on the WorkplaceSafetyAdvice website You may unsubscribe at any time Topics Work

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  • Legal Minimum Temperature in a Warehouse?
    big laundrette as a cleaner and I m told I have to Wear a safety helmet at all times even in areas I don t have to wear one and as being a laundrette the tempture can get very hot in their I work 8 hours a day with one 30 minbreak I m only alould to remove my helmet on my break only and all I seem to get is headaches all the time in their because of it what type of rights do I have on this because its getting to the point when I m going to have to give the job up Davey 7 Jun 15 1 57 PM Hi I work for one of the UK s biggest diy chains I was on tge shop floor of the mini warehouse as a customer advisor Due to multiple knee surgeries three on the left knee for pvns with fourth impending and one on the right for osteoarthritis I have been put on the checkouts They have asked me to be at the front of the checkout to welcome the customer walk round to the checkout point scan the custoners items through which sometimes does require walking round thr trolley and sometimes lift objects to individually scan every item as the company requires I have obtained a stool that I sit on at the front of the checkout whilst waiting on customers I sometimes take the stool round to the checkout point to sit to I told my employers that I sometimes get too sore at the knees to walk round the checkout all the time which was met at some dismay by the deputy manager but I wouldnt back down The stool is uncomfortable and doing 8 hour shifts with 30 min breaks doesnt exactly ease things off any Sitting at the checkout which is at the exit when the doors open the wind can sometimes be ridiculous bringing in the cold You want customers to keep you busy but you dont want them to leave because it gets to cold I have a vest and ajumper under my uniform which is a long sleeve t shirt and a body warmer and I still feel the cold Thisis meant to be summer so I m certainly not looking forward to winter The cold does go for my knees causing sometimes significant ache Some days are a real struggle Is there anything I can do or someone I can speak to about help taking action as there is no union and HR is pointless in going too as if you complain you get the feeling you are getting looked down at for not being a company person Cheers in advance for any information Diycheckoutguy 1 Jun 15 9 02 PM Jim I m afraid not Under the Working Time Directive which applies to most adult workers you are entitled to one rest break of 20 minutes if you are employed for more than six hours a day Payment for these breaks is at the discretion of your employer There is no legal ruling to say your employer should have to pay you for your break You don t say what your work is but as specified in the article If you feel that the temperature in the warehouse is unacceptable then you have every right to ask for it to be raised Use the guidelines in the article as your basis and find out what the current temperature is If it is significantly less than 13 degrees Celsius then you will have a strong case for having it increased WorkplaceSafetyAdvice 18 May 15 11 45 AM I am a night shift worker and we were told by management years ago we were entitled to be paid for our tea breaks under European law then they just stopped paying us also our warehouse is very cold could you tell me if i am entitled to 10 Minutes break every hour thanks Jim 14 May 15 4 48 PM carlinha I have directed you to the HSE article chilled and frozen products workroom temperatures in places where food is handled here which should give you more information If you have any other queries you should give ACAS a call for some free advice on how to best approach the situation with your line manager I hope this helps WorkplaceSafetyAdvice 1 May 15 2 42 PM Hello I work in food factory and the temperature there its around 7 degrees and it s cold windy as well We work very fast on the lines but not moving anywhere How many breaks are we intitle Many thanks carlinha 30 Apr 15 3 06 PM AnnaC as specified in the article an employer has a duty of care towards their employees and the responsibility of making sure that the workplace is a comfortable environment to be in It also has to keep within the HSE guidelines listed in the article and if it doesn t then you will have cause to complain I hope this helps WorkplaceSafetyAdvice 20 Mar 15 12 06 PM I work in a warehouse and we are moving to a new warehouse soon the big manager wants to have an open warehouse which will be very cold in the winter and no office to get warm is this against the law AnnaC 18 Mar 15 1 25 PM juju I m afraid I cannot comment on this as you are in the US and as this is a UK based site we can only answer UK based questions regarding workplace law WorkplaceSafetyAdvice 17 Mar 15 11 21 AM I work in a warehouse and it is hot temperature is set for 75 degrees it s Uncomfortably hot and everybody complains a couple people felt like they were going to fall out and some people you know don t but the issue is that we turned it down And were told that we could get fired it s 70

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  • Risk Assessment in the Workplace
    a major injury although it may cause minor discomfort But an electric shock from faulty equipment may result in a fatality Therefore the risk from a slip type hazard could be classed as low while the risk from an electrical hazard may be classed as medium or even high Controlling Risk The final part of the risk assessment process is to look at all those hazards that present a medium or high risk and to think about some additional things that could help to reduce the risk and therefore reduce the chance of an accident Perhaps a control measure for our cleaning example would be for any electrical equipment to be checked by a qualified person on a six monthly basis This would reduce the chances of an electric shock and would therefore reduce the risk to a more acceptable level The process of risk assessment is not only mandatory in terms of health and safety law it is an excellent way of identifying the type of risk that exists with the jobs that we do at work By taking a few moments to identify risk we can prevent people getting injured or killed at work Previous Page Next Page You might also like Health and Safety Management Systems Workplace Safety Representatives Do You Have the Correct Fire Extinguishers Expectant Mothers in the Workplace First Aid Training for Work Share Your Story Join the Discussion or Seek Advice cris Your Question My company wants to introduce a backpack vacuum cleaner and most of us are women the weight of the machine is 7 3kg when is empty and about 8 2 8 5 kg when is full it is a train company and the task involves hovering inside coachesBecause we already tried everybody consider is too heavy special for women and more problems as back injuries etc can occurred using in a daily basisPlease I would like to know how many kilos we are allowed to put on our back Our Response Backpack vacuums are designed for both commercial and residential use Plus the carrying system for most are designed to ensure that the weight is evenly distributed across the entire body in order to prevent back problems due to frequent or consistent use Your employer should have carried out a risk assesment However if you are concerned about this and if you are based in the UK you can contact the HSE directly via the link here to see what the health and safety standards are Alternatively if all the staff are in agreement then you should take this up with your employer directly or via your trade union rep to voice your concerns WorkplaceSafetyAdvice 8 Oct 15 11 07 AM my company wants to introduce a backpack vacuum cleaner and most of us are women the weight of the machine is 7 3kg when is empty and about 8 2 8 5 kg when is full it is a train company and the task involves hovering inside coaches

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  • Manual Handling at Work
    If the assessment determines that the job is low risk then nothing more needs to be done Perhaps some training would be a good idea but generally the job would be quite safe to continue If the assessment determines that the job is medium risk considerable thought needs to be given as to how the risk may be reduced Installing equipment providing training or changing the way that the job is done are some of the things that may need to be considered However the most serious case is when the assessment determines that the job is high risk In this case action must be taken as there is likely to be a risk of serious injury High risk jobs must be stopped and control measures put in place to reduce the risk to at least a medium Musculoskeletal Disorders Many things can be done to help prevent MSD Firstly risk assessment is essential From the findings of risk assessment employers will be able to identify the level of risk that exists and will be able to put in place controls to help reduce the risk The best form of control is mechanical lifting equipment which includes items such as lifting trucks portable trolleys conveyor machines and mechanical hoists These can be costly but are certainly the most effective An important consideration is training People who are expected to lift or move heavy loads at work should be provided with manual handling training There are many different types of training course but one that looks specifically at the type of work being undertaken is best Training courses should cover the following Basic theory of the spine and how it responds to strain Spinal damage scenarios Looking after your back The principles of kinetic lifting Practical lifting techniques pulling pushing lowering and lifting Previous Page Next Page You might also like General Office Safety Mechanical Lifting Equipment Using Personal Protective Equipment Guide to Safe Equipment at Work The Most Common Injuries and Causes of Accidents at Work Share Your Story Join the Discussion or Seek Advice Add a Comment Julius I have directed you to the HSE here which will be able to provide more information I hope this helps WorkplaceSafetyAdvice 23 Mar 15 10 10 AM am a student studying transport management am given an assignment about advising workers employees to work towards a safer workplace so i need you to help me with more information about guiding employees of a manufacturing company were manual handling is involved julius 19 Mar 15 11 23 AM Does all the law and advice detail I read on these pages also apply to volunteer situations such as members of an amateur dramatic group lifting heavy stage extensions scenery etc EddiePalladio 2 Sep 12 11 26 AM please give more detail on pulling pushing lowering and lifting with practical pictures attached i love your simple analysis johnmaria 7 Jun 12 12 48 PM Share Your Story Join the Discussion or Seek Advice Title Miss

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