Tag: HSE

Ventilation in the Workplace

By Celine | November 9, 2022

Employers must make sure there is adequate ventilation in enclosed areas of their workplace.

Ventilation is the process of bringing in fresh air from outside and removing indoor air

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HSE Spot checks and inspections continuing during coronavirus pandemic

By Celine | January 21, 2021

HSE is continuing to conduct spot checks and inspections on all types of businesses and workplaces.

With the increase in the number of coronavirus cases and the national lockdown restrictions now in place, all businesses that continue to operate must ensure their workplace is COVID-secure.

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By Celine | October 30, 2020

The Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) month-long initiative inspecting respiratory risks and occupational lung disease in the construction sector has revealed some workers are confused between RPE and PPE, the regulator has confirmed.

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SUPERVISION SECTION 2 HASAWA (Health And Safety At Work Act)

By Andrew Price | September 17, 2018

Most Employers and Safety Managers are aware of the legal requirement to provide a level of suitable supervision, if you didn’t, you do now!

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By Andrew Price | September 12, 2018

Harry Collins our Training Director writes: “Following my last two blogs- Section 2 & Section 40 of the Health & Safety at Work Etc Act 1974 I am now writing about section 33! The last in this series and will hopefully help a few people out.

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HSE Fines- Who should receive the Money?

By Tim Dawson | September 11, 2018

Hello all again it is good to see a lot of feedback on my last post so it at least means you are reading my blogs! Which I will take as a positive! It is good to have discussions and I would never criticise any effort to join in, so please feel free to comment.

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By Andrew Price | September 11, 2018

I have heard a lot of statements about the HASWA (Health And Safety at Work Act) 1974 that you are guilty until proven innocent, a change from what normally is understood with regards to innocent until proven guilty. This is not entirely correct. In all Criminal court cases the accused is always innocent until proven guilty, however…

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