1. Provide and maintain a work environment that is safe for all of your employees as far as is 'reasonably practicable'. While it may be impossible to completely eliminate all risks, it is still your duty to continuously do what you can to reduce risks and hazards in the workplace as much as possible.
2. Provide information on a regular basis so that your employees can be competent in maintaining a healthy and safe work environment.
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3. You must provide and maintain all systems of work in a way that is not harmful to your employees. In other words, you need to plan how to do the work and what to use when carrying out the work without introducing any hazards in the workplace.
4. Remove or reduce any workplace risks before issuing any Personal Protective Equipment.
5. Carry out risk assessments on a regular basis so as to identify hazards and determine the potential dangers of the risks before taking necessary action.
6. Put in place measures that will reduce the risk as much as is reasonably possible. For example, these measures could include limiting the number of people who are exposed to the risk and reducing the duration of exposure to the risk.
At the end of the day, it is up to you to ensure that all legal requirements are adhered to by your employees. To find out more of your Health and Safety duties, click below….
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