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  • How Health and Safety Can Be at Odds with Other Objectives

  • Chainsaw Safety

  • Entanglement

  • How Can a Photocopier Pose a Health and Safety Risk?

  • Health and Safety Risks From a Paper Shredder

  • Machinery Guards for the Health and Safety of Workers

  • Electrical Health and Safety

  • Electric Cable Health and Safety

  • Hot Work Health and Safety

  • Emergency Assembly Areas

  • How Accidents Can Ultimately Lead to Closure

  • Importance of Backup Systems and Training in Health and Safety

  • Mobile Phones as Backup in a Health and Safety Incident

  • Emergency Control Rooms

  • Nominate People to Call Relevant Bodies in an Emergency

  • An Expanding Business Needs Health and Safety Reviews and Updates

  • Law Changes & Health and Safety Risk Assessments

  • Importance of Accurate Inventories for Health and Safety

  • Availability of Site Plans in a Health and Safety Emergency

  • Health and Safety Risks from Other Nearby Premises

  • The Possible Need to Alert Other Properties

  • Are Staff Prepared for Health and Safety Risks From Nearby Sites?

  • Risk versus Safety

  • Dangers from Free-Flowing Solids

  • How Health and Safety is Important to Local Communities

  • Health and Safety Not Just About Avoiding Physical Harm

  • Insurance Companies Can Influence Company Health and Safety

  • Escorting Visitors for their Safety

  • The Importance of Supervision for Health and Safety

  • Why a Chair is a Crucial Health and Safety Component

  • Health Surveillance of Workers

  • Health and Safety is More Effective When Workers are Involved

  • New Managers Should Not Assume Health and Safety Supervisors are Competent

  • Talking About Health and Safety Not Enough

  • Why Communication is So Important for Health and Safety

  • Checks and Monitoring for Health and Safety

  • Skimping on Health and Safety Training Can Often End Up Costing More

  • Sharing Lessons With Others for Health and Safety Training

  • When The Health and Safety Policy is at Odds with the Business Decision

  • How Can Computers Improve Health and Safety?

  • Distribution of Health and Safety Policy Not Enough

  • Why Health and Safety Aims Need to be Stated

  • Line Managers Have a Big Responsibility for Health and Safety

  • Why a Health and Safety Policy is Likely to Soon Need Changes

  • External Influences on a Health and Safety Policy Review

  • Prosecution Increases the Need for Health and Safety Training for Managers

  • Keeping People Safe from Harm

  • Common Workplace Accidents and How We can Help You Prevent Them

  • Steer Clear Of Accidents - Get Health and Safety Training Today!

  • An Introduction to Health and Safety Training


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    Construction Site Health and Safety Articles

    At ATC Risk Management, construction site health and safety courses and qualifications such as the SSSTS and SMSTS Certificates are one of our specialities. To see our list of construction health and safety articles, please click here.

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    Along with designing bespoke health and safety training programmes, we also run the accredited NEBOSH, IOSH and ConstructionSkills (CSkills) health and safety courses as open courses at selected venues across the UK, as well as in-house for those companies who have a number of employees requiring the training, as it will be much more cost effective than sending them all onto a scheduled open course.


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