Article Database - Tips & Advice Health & Safety: Year 18, issue 20

 
HSE safety alert - air suspension systems Publication date: 11.06.2020
Article database » Transport » Vehicles
HSE safety alert - air suspension systems..Under pressure. The HSE has issued a safety alert concerning air suspension systems on large vehicles. It’s aimed at the motor vehicle repair industry, including those carrying out mobile work (see The next step ). It states that following several serious incidents businesses should be aware of the risk of...
More
Should you introduce fever screening? Publication date: 11.06.2020
Article database » News » Coronavirus
An elevated temperature is one of the main symptoms of coronavirus. Can thermal imaging cameras be used successfully to reduce the risk in your workplace and if so, what are the considerations?
More
Five steps to working safely Publication date: 11.06.2020
Article database » H&S management » Risk assessment
Five steps to working safely..Keeping it simple. The government has issued some fairly lengthy guidelines for the reopening of various types of premises, but in case anyone doesn’t have the energy to wade through the detail, it’s quite sensibly issued core principles. It’s presented this as a five-step guide as follows: (1) carry out a coronavirus...
More
HSE back on inspection duty Publication date: 11.06.2020
Article database » H&S management » Enforcement
The HSE has announced that it’s restarting proactive enforcement inspections. Who can expect a visit and what will inspectors be looking for?
More
Keeping coronavirus at bay on construction sites Publication date: 11.06.2020
Article database » Construction » Welfare
A new website has been created by key players in the construction industry which shows how businesses are managing the risk of coronavirus. What practical examples have been shared?
More
First aid implications of coronavirus Publication date: 11.06.2020
Article database » Accident management/reporting » First aid
As businesses reopen but with coronavirus continuing to be a threat, what changes might you need to make to your first aid arrangements? And what instruction should you provide to your first aiders?
More
Engineer lost half his blood in fall Publication date: 11.06.2020
Article database » Working at height » Ladders
A property refurbishment company has been fined £1.1 million after a worker fell three metres and suffered such serious injuries that he required a major blood transfusion. What caused the accident?
More
Fire statistics: a good news story Publication date: 11.06.2020
Article database » Fire safety » Enforcement
The latest statistics for fire incidents in England have been released by the Home Office. It appears that the many years of hard work are starting to pay off. What do the numbers reveal?
More
Choosing a fire alarm system Publication date: 11.06.2020
Article database » Fire safety » Alarm
You’re considering replacing your old fire alarm system and your fire engineer has advised (at significant expense) that it should have a fire control panel. Is this compulsory and what are the factors to consider?
More

Filter results

Filter your search results by resource type or topic/keyword.

Topics and keywords

        Show all (18)
Last updated: 03.07.2020
Search
healthandsafety-advice.co.​uk

More from Indicator - FL Memo Ltd