The Construction Leadership Council (CLC) has published this statement on the use of face coverings on construction sites in response to coronavirus to help provide a consistent approach across the industry.Read more
At Lighthouse Safety we recognise this has been a tough year for everyone, but we don't want anyone's safety to suffer.
We are currently offering our Retained Compliance Services for half the price - just £50 per month for the first year for new clients.
As part of raising awareness for World Suicide Prevention Day we highlight three ‘life principles’ that Bill Hill CEO of Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity always followsRead more
The UK regulator’s inspectors are visiting workplaces across a range of sectors following up any reports or concerns about safety in the workplace including over COVID-19 and ensuring compliance. They are also carrying out proactive checks to ensure that appropriate measures are in place to protect workers from COVID-19Read more
COME ALONG TO OUR DAY OF GOLF, ALL IN AID OF CHARITY!
At: Sittingbourne & Milton Regis Golf Club
· Coffee & Bacon Roll on arrival
· 9 Hole Texas Scramble
· Ploughmans Lunch
· 18 hole Competition
· Two Course Evening Meal with coffee
· Presentation & Charity Auction
The legal requirement is that tight-fitting disposable and reusable respirators rely on having a good seal with the wearers face.
A face fit test should be carried out to ensure the respiratory protective equipment (RPE) protects the wearer.
This guidance has been provided by the HSE and is based on the latest information and may be updated as and when new information becomes available.
It covers general ventilation and air conditioning
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The HSE has recently provided guidance on reporting RIDDOR associated to COVID-19.
This guidance is for the person reporting, usually the employer (known as the ‘responsible person’).
NEBOSH has introduced open book exams for the NEBOSH National General Certificates – units NG1. This replaces in-person closed book exams and enables learners to sit their NEBOSH assessment in their own home or another safe and suitable location.
The assessment is a three-step process.
- A risk assessment submission
- An online open-book assessment
- A closing interview