Blog - Management

The Responsibilities Of A Health And Safety Manager image

The Responsibilities Of A Health And Safety Manager

1st February, 2019 - tag Management

Health and safety managers exist in a wide range of industries. They are appointed in companies big and small. Because businesses don't all follow the same structure, the size and scope of the role can vary. Essentially, a health and safety manager is in place to manage health and safety.

Read Post

7 Hazards That Make Confined Spaces Dangerous Places image

7 Hazards That Make Confined Spaces Dangerous Places

21st December, 2018 - tag Management

Confined spaces are dangerous places. Working in confined spaces is not something that can always be avoided, so you need to know the hazards to watch out for. In this post, we are going to cover 7 main hazards associated with confined space work.

Read Post

5 Examples Of How Near Miss Reporting Can Stop Accidents image

5 Examples Of How Near Miss Reporting Can Stop Accidents

13th December, 2018 - tag Management

Near miss reporting might not be a legal requirement, but reporting the accidents and incidents that follow will be. So it makes sense to get near miss reporting in place. Near miss reporting can help prevent future accidents before they happen, here are 5 examples.

Read Post

What Does LOLER Stand For? image

What Does LOLER Stand For?

6th December, 2018 - tag Management

In health and safety, LOLER stands for the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations. This is a set of legal requirements surrounding lifting operations and the equipment used to carry them out. The regulations are often referred to as LOLER for short. But what is LOLER?

Read Post

Lone Working Hazards And How To Reduce The Risk image

Lone Working Hazards And How To Reduce The Risk

30th November, 2018 - tag Management

There are no legal restrictions preventing people from working alone, and sometimes it can't be avoided. However, there are additional hazards and risks involved that need to be considered when planning lone work. Let's look at what to consider and how to reduce the risk.

Read Post

Proactive Vs Reactive Health And Safety Management image

Proactive Vs Reactive Health And Safety Management

2nd November, 2018 - tag Management

Does your health and safety management consist of mostly proactive or reactive measures? Which one you focus on could have a big impact on your safety culture, and your bottom line. But what's the difference between proactive and reactive safety? Should you use one, the other, or both?

Read Post

How Many First Aiders Do I Need? Low Vs High Risk Work image

How Many First Aiders Do I Need? Low Vs High Risk Work

19th October, 2018 - tag Management

When assessing first aid requirements, one of the first questions people usually ask is how many first aiders they need. One of the main considerations is your risk level, and in this post we assess how many first aiders are required in both high and low risk workplaces.

Read Post

50 Reasons Why You Should Wear And Use PPE image

50 Reasons Why You Should Wear And Use PPE

12th October, 2018 - tag Management

If you have ever struggled to get your team to wear and use their PPE correctly, or you are not sure why you need to wear PPE yourself, here are 50 reasons why you should wear and use PPE. After reading these 50 reasons, why wouldn't you wear PPE?

Read Post

The Difference Between Hazard And Risk Explained In Risk Assessment image

The Difference Between Hazard And Risk Explained In Risk Assessment

5th September, 2018 - tag Management

What is the difference between a hazard and a risk? If you carry out a risk assessment, one of the first steps you will need to take is to identify the hazards, then you assess the risk. These two terms are often confused with each other, and in this blog post we explain the difference.

Read Post

RIDDOR Explained - Quick Facts And Simple Stats image

RIDDOR Explained - Quick Facts And Simple Stats

3rd September, 2018 - tag Management

What is RIDDOR? Find out with some quick facts and simple stats, explaining what RIDDOR is, what you need to do, and when. RIDDOR stands for the Reporting of Injuries Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations and applied to workplaces of all sizes across the UK.

Read Post

10 Essential Principles Of Good Health And Safety Management image

10 Essential Principles Of Good Health And Safety Management

23rd August, 2018 - tag Management

Need to improve your health and safety management? It can be done, and what's more, it doesn't have to be costly. Start with these 10 essential principles for your health and safety management system, underpinning a positive health and safety culture.

Read Post

15 Quick Ways To Reduce The Risk Of Slips, Trips And Falls image

15 Quick Ways To Reduce The Risk Of Slips, Trips And Falls

17th July, 2018 - tag Management

Slips, trips and falls are major contributors to workplace injuries each year. The great news is, reducing slips, trips and falls can be done on a budget and all of these suggestions can be put in place relatively quickly to start. Here are 15 quick ways to reduce the risk.

Read Post