Safety

The ‘significant’ safety hazards (see list below – not exhaustive) will need to be identified and where relevant, will all require a risk assessment:

  •   Asbestos
  •   Behaviour and human factors
  •   Construction, design and management (CDM)
  •   Contractor control
  •   Competence and leadership
  •   Confined spaces
  •   Consultation with staff
  •   Display screen equipment (DSE)
  •   Driving and workplace transport
  •   Drugs and alcohol
  •   Electricity
  •   Equality (e.g. disability access etc.)
  •   Falls and working at height
  •   Fire and explosion (DSEAR)
  •   First aid and accident / incident reporting (RIDDOR)
  •   Gas
  •   Hazardous and dangerous substances (COSHH)
  •   Home and lone working
  •   International working
  •   Journalism and printing
  •   Leisure, sport and entertainment
  •   Lifts, lifting operations and equipment (LOLER)
  •   Maintenance operations
  •   Manual handling operations
  •   Manufacturing
  •   Motor vehicle repair
  •   Noise and vibration
  •   Office safety
  •   Ports and docks
  •   Pressure systems and compressed gases
  •   Quality and systems (ISO standards)
  •   Radiation (ionising and non-ionising)
  •   Retail and warehousing
  •   Slips and trips
  •   Small and medium-sized enterprises (SME)
  •   Training
  •   Transport and road safety
  •   Violence and bullying
  •   Vulnerable (i.e. young, disabled, pregnant, migrant etc.) workers
  •   Waste and recycling
  •   Working environment
  •   Work equipment and machinery (PUWER)
  •   Work equipment and machinery (PUWER)
  •   Zoonoses and animals

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