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health and safety work act 1974
safe working enviroment, safe equipent,safe access to the building and safe systems. staff also need to be cooperative to.
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COSHH
Control of substances hazardous to health regulations, Chemicals need to be stored in a locked cuboard away from the public and untrained staff, all chemicals need to be labled and staff need to be trained before handling them.
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RIDDOR
reporting accidents to the government 1.Death and major injury 2.loss tie injury 3.reportable diseases 4.accidents where no one was hurt for example fire
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6 pack: Management of health and safety at work
Risk Assesments
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Manual handling operations reg
staff need to be trained before lifting anything heavey to prevent injury. also need to be trained to use big equipent which lifts thigs
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PUWER- Provision and use of work equipment regulations
checking and maintaining equipment. Fixing it fast
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PPE-Personal protective equipment
right equipment for the activity
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Display screen equipment regs
breaks regularly, eye checks and having your screen at the right height
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Childrens Act
DBS check- to see if they have any criminal records. there needs to be a correct ratio of adults to children. there needs to be a secure location and equipment checked
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Data Proctection Act
Data must be removed once they leave the company. all data kept should be sequred with a passsword there must be no sharing data or passing on passwords
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Working Time regulations
48 hours a week is the maximum you should work, there needs to be 11 hours off over a 24 hour period. for under 18's every 4.5 hours they work they should have a half hour break
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Control of substances hazardous to health regulations, Chemicals need to be stored in a locked cuboard away from the public and untrained staff, all chemicals need to be labled and staff need to be trained before handling them.

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COSHH

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reporting accidents to the government 1.Death and major injury 2.loss tie injury 3.reportable diseases 4.accidents where no one was hurt for example fire

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Risk Assesments

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staff need to be trained before lifting anything heavey to prevent injury. also need to be trained to use big equipent which lifts thigs

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