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  • Is there a difference between a Health and Safety Rep and a Health and Safety Officer?
  • Do you know there's a distinct difference between a 'Health and Safety Representative' and a 'Health and Safety Officer'? Read on to find out what the difference is... We use the terms 'Health and Safety Representative' and a 'Health and Safety Officer' loosely, but do you know there's a distinct difference between the two? You need to know what the difference is as they perform different functi... ››› more
  • [11 October 2016]
  • Office health and safety: Five ways to keep the office free of hazards
  • There are several ways you can use to keep your office and your team protected from hazards. Probably the most important rule is to never forget about the periodic inspection you should perform and to make sure your team understands the importance of the health and safety training. Their actions influence anyone in the workplace and this is something no one should forget. Here's how you can... ››› more
  • [07 April 2015]
  • Without THIS, your health and safety programme is doomed!
  • Do you try get through your health and safety programme on your own without any help? If you do, I'm afraid to say you're doomed to fail. Health and safety isn't something you can do without any assistance. You need to appoint the right people to help you or you'll miss out on vital information. In fact, is you don't have this one person on your health and safety team, it's doomed...   ... ››› more
  • [18 August 2014]
  • Six tips to get your staff to wear their PPE
  • It's your duty to ensure all your employees wear their personal protective equipment (PPE). Here are six tips to get your staff to wear their PPE and the possible consequences you face if you don't. Dear Health and Safety Reps Your role as Health and Safety Rep is to ensure all your employees wear their personal protective equipment (PPE). If your co-workers don't wear their PPE and you ignore ... ››› more
  • [27 November 2013]
  • Four tips to reduce your Injury-On-Duty (IOD) rate on-site
  • Did you know there's something you can do to reduce your IOD rate? Read on for our expert's top four tips you can implement today. Dear Health and Safety Reader One of our Health and Safety Club readers asked a thought provoking question. Our reader is the Health and Safety Officer for a construction site. He wants to know if there's anything he can do to reduce their IOD rate. And if he can ap... ››› more
  • [19 November 2013]
  • Can a HSE Committee member be prosecuted for failing to fulfill his functions?
  • As you know, a Health, Safety and Environment representative (HSE rep or HSE officer) is an employee that other employees nominate and elect to represent them on matters that relate to their health and safety at work (including environmental matters that relate to their workspace). But do you know what happens when a HSE officer fails to fulfill his duties, can you have him prosecuted? Read on to ... ››› more
  • [15 November 2013]
  • Five ways to make your employees use the PPE
  • The DoL can fine you, or even stop your business if your employees don't use their PPE. Read on for our tips to make your employees use their PPE and avoid this fine. Dear Reader We often get questions on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). This week I want to remind you why it's vital for you as Health and Safety officers to pay more attention to PPE. The DoL can fine you, or even stop your b... ››› more
  • [30 September 2013]
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