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 كتاب A Quick Guide to Health and Safety

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A Quick Guide to Health and Safety
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Contents
The Quick Guide Series x
Invitation to New Authors xi
Introduction xii
Your 10 Minute A–Z Guide to Health and Safety xiv
Chapter 1: Health and Safety Legislation – How
Much Is There?
1.1 Some of the other legislation 1
1.2 Other sources of information 5
Chapter 2: Enforcement and the Legal Situation
2.1 Who enforces the laws and regulations? 7
2.2 What is the purpose of enforcement and how is it
done? 7
2.3 Provision of information and advice 8
2.4 Proportionality (action proportional to the risk) 10
2.5 Improvement notices and prohibition notices
– what are they? 12
2.6 Reasonably practicable – what does this mean? 13
2.7 Who will receive the most attention from enforcing
authorities? 15
Chapter 3: Health and Safety – so What Business
are You in?
3.1 Business survival 17
3.2 Good H&S should be good business 18
3.3 As well as hurting people, accidents and injuries
cost the business 20
3.4 If you think training is expensive – try ignorance 22
3.5 What are the most common accidents and
causes of injury? 23
Chapter 4: The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
(HSW Act) and What it Means
4.1 Basic concepts and duties 29
4.2 Duties of employers to employees 30
4.3 Duties of employers (and self-employed) to
others 32
4.4 Duties of employees 334.5 Consultation with employees 34
4.6 Duties to provide safety equipment or PPE 34
4.7 Duties of manufacturers 34
4.8 Powers given to the enforcing authorities 35
4.9 What does ‘at work’ mean? 35
4.10 Management of H&S regulations – what are
they? 36
Chapter 5: Risks and Risk Assessments – What
are They?
5.1 Everyday risks 37
5.2 Risk – what do we mean? 38
5.3 Risk assessments – what are they? 40
Chapter 6: Health, Safety and Welfare Requirements
in the Workplace
6.1 What are the applicable regulations? 45
6.2 What is a workplace? 45
6.3 The regulations and what they require you to do 45
6.4 Brief summary of the Construction Workplace
Regulations 52
6.5 Enforcement 52
6.6 Regular tours of the workplace 52
Chapter 7: Machinery and Other Work Equipment
7.1 What are the main regulations with which you
have to comply? 53
7.2 What equipment is covered by these regulations? 53
7.3 How do you know that machines and
equipment you buy are safe? 55
7.4 What do I have to maintain and inspect? 55
7.5 Instruction and training for use and safety 56
7.6 Stopping equipment and emergency stops 57
7.7 Guards and guarding 57
7.8 What to do about cleaning and maintenance 61
Chapter 8: Pressure Plant and Equipment
8.1 What is pressure plant and equipment? 63
8.2 What is a relevant fluid? 63
8.3 Do the PSSR (Pressure Systems Safety
Regulations) apply to me? 65
A Quick Guide to Health and Safety8.4 What do I have to do to comply with the
regulations? 67
8.5 What is meant by safe operating limits? 68
8.6 What is a written scheme of examination? 68
8.7 Who is a competent person? 69
Chapter 9: Lifting and Handling
9.1 Manual handling regulations 71
9.2 General guidelines for lifting, pushing and
pulling 73
9.3 What to consider in a risk assessment and
who does it? 74
9.4 Manual handling training and instruction 76
9.5 What about lifting equipment? 76
Chapter 10: Noise
10.1 Noise at work 83
10.2 The regulations (the law) and what you have to
do 83
10.3 Assessment of risk from noise and reduction of
noise levels 85
10.4 Hearing protection and warning signs 86
10.5 Information and training 89
10.6 Health surveillance 90
Chapter 11: Hazardous Substances
11.1 What is COSHH (Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health)? 91
11.2 Which substances are hazardous to health? 91
11.3 If you have hazardous substances – what next? 95
11.4 Summary and conclusion 100
Chapter 12: Electricity
12.1 Working with electricity 101
12.2 Which regulations do I have to comply with? 101
12.3 A summary of the main requirements and
duties for users/owners 102
12.4 Employers’ duties for work ‘within their control’ 103
12.5 What to do about portable equipment 104
12.6 What to do about isolations 106
12.7 Some good practices 106
ContentsChapter 13: Working at Height
13.1 The general situation and current regulations 109
13.2 What is work at height? 109
13.3 The main requirements of the regulations 110
13.4 What to do about working from ladders 111
13.5 What to do about fragile roofs 113
13.6 What to do about scaffolds and mobile access
towers 113
13.7 What to do about falling objects 114
Chapter 14: VDUs
14.1 Overview 115
14.2 The regulations 115
14.3 Do the VDU regulations apply to me? 116
14.4 What you have to do to comply with the
regulations 117
14.5 Eye tests and provision of spectacles
(required by Regulation 5) 119
14.6 Provision of information and training
(required by Regulation 6) 120
14.7 Enforcement 120
Chapter 15: What to do About Protecting Employees
15.1 First aid 121
15.2 Personal protective equipment 122
15.3 Working alone (lone working) 125
15.4 Emergency plans (like the fire drills) 127
Chapter 16: Other Health and Safety Matters
16.1 Slips, trips and falls 129
16.2 Permits to work and lock off 131
16.3 Shift handover – do you have one? 136
16.4 Working in confined spaces – this is serious 137
16.5 RIDDOR and accident and injury reporting 140
16.6 Employee training records 141
16.7 Employee consultation on H&S matters 145
16.8 Other regulations 145
Chapter 17: Will You be Prosecuted?
17.1 Investigation and the decision to prosecute 149
17.2 What events will trigger a prosecution? 151
17.3 Some examples of prosecutions 152
A Quick Guide to Health and Safety17.4 Prosecution under The Health and Safety at
Work Act or other regulations 154
17.5 Who will prosecute? 155
17.6 What are the penalties? 156
References – Further Reading – Other Sources
of Information 159
Index 165
ContentsIndex
Accident statistics 20,
24–27,159
Appointed person 121
Approved code of practice
(ACoP) xiv, 8
Asbestos xiv
Breaches of Health and
Safety law 151
CE mark 55
Changing clothing 50
Chemicals (Hazard
Information and
Packaging for Supply)
Regulations 2002
(CHIP) 94, 147
Cleaning 61
Cleanliness 47
Competent person 69
Compulsory statements
150
Confined spaces 126,
137–140, 164
Confined Spaces
Regulations 1997 137
Construction (Design and
Management)
Regulations 1994 (CDM
Regulations) 146
Construction (Health,
Safety and Welfare)
Regulations 1996 45
Construction Workplace
Regulations 52
Consultation 145
with employees 34
Control of Asbestos at
Work Regulations
2002 147
Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health
(COSHH)
Regulations 91, 93
Conveyors 60
Crown Prosecution
Service 156
Dangerous occurrences
143
Dangerous substances 92
Display screen equipment
117, 164
Documentation 20
Doors 49
powered 49
sliding 49
Drinking water 50
Duty of care 1
Duty
of employees 33
of employers 30–33
of manufacturers 34–35
to contractors 32
to the public 32
EC Directives 2
EC Machinery Directive
98/37/EC 55
Electrical practices 108
Electricity 101–108, 163
Electricity at WorkRegulations 1989 13,
101
Emergency plans 99,
127–128
Emergency stops 57
Employee consultation
145
Employee training
records 141–145
Employers’ duties 30,
32–33
Employer’s liability
insurance 126
Enforcement xv, 7–15, 52
Enforcing authorities 15,
35, 151, 155–156
Everyday risks 37–38
Exposure limits 94
Eye tests 119
Falling objects 47–49, 114
Falls 47–49
Fatal injuries at work 24
Fatalities 23
Fire
drill 128
escape routes 127
First aid 121–122, 164
first-aid box 122
Floors and traffic
routes 47
Fragile roofs 113
Fume extraction 46
Gas Safety (Installations
and Use) Regulations
1998 146
Gates 49
Generic risk assessment 76
Goal-setting xvi
Guards and guarding
57–61
Hazard xvi, 38
Hazardous substances
91–100, 163
Health and Safety
(Consultation with
Employees) Regulations
(HSCER) 1996 145
Health and Safety (Display
Screen Equipment)
Regulations 1992 115
Health and Safety (FirstAid) Regulations
1981 121
Health and Safety at Work
Act 1974 (HSW Act) 1,
29–36, 129, 141, 152
Health and Safety
Commission 160
Health and Safety Executive
(HSE) 7
Health and Safety Policy
Statement 31
Health surveillance 90, 98
Hearing protection 86–88
Height, working
at 109–114
HSE (Health and Safety
Executive) 7
Improvement notice xv,
xvii, 12–13, 149
Injuries at work, fatal 24
Injuries, major 141
Injury rate 27
Inspection 56
A Quick Guide to Health and Safetyof electrical systems 102
periodicity 105–106
Instruction and training
56–57
Ionising Radiation
Regulations 1999 (IRR
99) 147
Isolation and lock-off
133–136
Isolation protection 107
Isolations 106
Keyboards 117
Ladders and stepladders
112
working from 111–112
Lifting and handling 162
Lifting equipment 76–78
home-made 78
Lifting Operations and
Lifting Equipment
Regulations (LOLER)
1998 76
Lighting 47
Live equipment 103
Lock off 131–136
Locked-off isolations 135
Lone working 125–127
Lowering and lifting 72
Machinery and work
equipment 161
Machinery guarding 58
Major injuries 141
Management of health and
safety 160
Management of Health and
Safety at Work
Regulations 1999 2, 129
Manual handling 76
assessment 79–82
regulations 71–72
Medical surveillance 99
Mobile access towers 113
NICEIC (National
Inspection Council for
Electrical Installation
Contracting 103
Noise 162
Noise at work 83
exposure limit values 84
lower exposure action
values 84
upper exposure action
values 84
Noise at Work
Regulations 83
Noise levels 84
reduction of 85–86
Noise map 86, 87
Noisy area warning
sign 88
Nursing mothers 51
Objects, falling 47–49, 114
Occurrences, dangerous
143
Office-type environments
105
Penalties 156–157
Periodic examinations 78
Permit to work (PTW)
106, 107, 131–136
PTW system 131–136
IndexPersonal protective
equipment (PPE) 34, 97,
122–125, 164
Personal Protective
Equipment at Work
Regulations 1992 124
Personal training record
book 144
Petroleum Acts 147
Plans, emergency 99,
127–128
Portable electrical
equipment 104–106
Power presses 56
Pregnant women 51
Pressure equipment 162
Pressure plant 63–69
Pressure Systems Safety
Regulations (PSSR)
2000 63
Procurator Fiscal 155–156
Prohibition notice xv, xix,
12–13, 149
Proportionality 10–12
Prosecution 149, 151–153,
159
under the Health and
Safety at Work
Act 154–155
Protecting employees 121–128
Provision and Use of Work
Equipment Regulations
(PUWER) 1998 23, 53,
153
PTW (permits to work)
system 131–136
Pushing and pulling
guidelines 74
Reasonably practicable xx,
10, 13–15, 29, 86, 96, 109
Relevant fluid 63–65
Reporting of Injuries and
Dangerous Occurrences
Regulations 1995
(RIDDOR) 140–141,
143
accident reporting 164
Rest facilities 51
Risk xx, 10, 37, 38–40
everyday risks 37–38
Risk assessment 36, 37,
40–44, 74–76, 161
Risk matrix 39
Risk reduction hierarchy
41
Room dimensions and
space 47
Root cause analysis 22
Safe operating limits 68
Safe systems of work 31,
132, 136
Safety data sheet 95
Safety Representatives and
Safety Committee
Regulations (SRSCR)
1977 145
Sanitary conveniences 50
Scaffolds 113
Shift handover 136–137
Showers 50
Slips, trips and falls 24,
129–131
Smoking 51
A Quick Guide to Health and SafetySpaces, confined 126,
137–140, 164
Spectacles 119
Steam 65
Stops, emergency 57
Substances, dangerous 92
Supply of Machinery
(Safety) Regulations
1992 55
Temperature of indoor
workplaces 46–47
Traffic routes 49
Training records 141–145
Trip hazards 130
V-belt drive guard 58
VDUs See Visual display
units
Vehicle traffic 49
Ventilation 46
Vision panels 49
Visual display units
(VDUs) 115–120, 164
assessment 117–118
positioning 116
Voluntary statements 150
Washing facilities 50
Windows 49
Work equipment 53
Working alone 125–127
Working at
height 109–114, 164
Working at Height
Regulations 2005 13,
109
Working days lost 20, 26
Workplace 45, 161
lighting 47
maintenance of 46
temperature of 46–47
Workplace (Health, Safety
and Welfare)
Regulations 13, 45, 129
Written scheme of
examination 68–69
Index


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