We’ve suggested some ways to prevent accidents at work from common causes like slips, manual handling, working at height, and chemicals.
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Don’t forget any of the five steps in risk assessment! Make sure you identify hazards and who’s at risk, set out action you’ll take, and record and review.
Although there’s no legal minimum time risk assessment records should be kept, it’s important to keep them for as long as they’re relevant to your business.
Although the law doesn’t state a maximum temperature for working, you must take steps to ensure your workplace is at an acceptable temperature.
As the popularity of remote and hybrid working in the UK continues, it’s important to be aware of how to conduct a risk assessment for remote workers.
Given the recent flurry of Government resignations, we bring you a refresher on how resignation notices work and how to handle staff notice periods.