HSE’s Infoline telephone service is now closed. Those seeking information and official guidance will now be directed to HSE’s website – a huge knowledge bank where they can access and download resources and use interactive web tools free of charge.
Businesses are being reminded about new incident reporting arrangements being introduced from Monday 12 September. Only fatal and major injuries and incidents will be able to be reported by phone to the HSE, with all other work-related injuries and incidents reportable under RIDDOR to be reported via one of a suite of seven online forms […]
Our publication Five Steps to Risk Assessment tells you how to do a risk assessment for occupational health and safety. This is not the only way to do a risk assessment, you can now use the Risk Assessment and Policy Template.
The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 lay down particular requirements for most aspects of the working environment. Regulation 7 of these Regulations deals specifically with the temperature in indoor workplaces.
The Reporting of Injuries Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995 (RIDDOR) require the reporting of deaths or major injuries, over 3 days injuries, certain diseases and certain dangerous occurrences.