What Health and Safety Manuals do I Need?
Assess the Effectiveness of your Health and Safety Manuals
It is important that you have in place practical and effective health and safety policies and procedures that outline how your business and the people within the business can keep themselves safe in the workplace.
These manuals must ensure that both the employer and the employees meet the minimum requirements of the Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992.
Health and Safety Manuals commonly contain the following:
- Health and safety policy
- Health and safety roles and responsibilities of key people within your workplace
- Hazard identification, assessment and management procedures
- Incident and injury reporting, recording and investigation procedures
- Procedures for the provision and maintenance of protective clothing and equipment
- Processes for employee participation in health and safety
- Emergency plans
- Contractor and subcontractor procedures
- A hazard register that contains all the significant hazards that employees, contractors and visitors could be exposed to
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