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Machinery Checklist

Machinery safety checklist

Checklist on controls, stability, general installation, safetysigns and warnings, personal protective equipment etc.


Asbestos Management

Asbestos management checklist

Assess whether asbestos is, or is suspected to be on the premises.Keep parts of premises clean where work with asbestos is to be carried out.


Fire Assessment Checklist

Fire risk assessement checklist

Failure to comply with the new regulations may lead to legal action resulting in a fine or imprisonment for up to 2 years.


Infection Control

Infection control checklist

Wear the protective clothing specified forthe job. Ensure it is in good condition and worn correctly.Do not take risks – always follow the guidelines.


Gas Safety

Gas safety checklist

The following is a checklist to gas safety.Determine the location of all gas pipe work, fittings, storage vessels and appliances. Record on a line drawing, with a copy near the primary mete.


Company Driver Checklist

Company driver- health and safety checklist

Read more on health and safety checklist for management, driver,ergonomics,vehicle etc


Training Tools


How to create a fire evacuation plan

Every business should have a fire evacuation plan that is tailored to the company, building and employees. Please use this as a guide and amend in relation to your own premises and procedures.


Working DSE

A guide to display screen equipment

To understand what Display Screen Equipment (DSE) is, Who the regulations apply to.What health problems can occur from using DSE, how to set up your workstation correctly, suitable posture and breaks.


Slips Trips

A guide to preventing slips and trips at work

Why you need to prevent slips and trips?

What the Law says?

The guide talks about examining slips and trips, cleaning and maintenance,hazards and suggested actions.


Hand Arm Vibration

A guide to hand-arm vibration

The aim of this training tool is to help lessen the risks to employees and your business when it comes to hand-arm vibration (HAVs).


Confined Space

Confined Spaces

This training tool should be used to help educate everyone on the dangers of working in confined spaces and how best to assess risks and minimise injuries.

A confined space is defined as any place including any chamber, tank, vat, silo, pit, trench, sewer, flue, well or other similar place in which, by virtue of its enclosed nature, there arises a reasonably foreseeable specified risk.


Crashed Car

Driving safely for work

The aim of this Training Tool is to help lessen the risks to employees and your business when it comes to driving safely for work.

Some employers believe that if their vehicles have valid MOT certificates and employees have valid driving licences, that is enough to ensure the safety of employees as they comply with relevant road traffic legislation.

This couldn’t be further from the truth.



A best practice guide to fire safety

Employees are responsible for adhering to their employer's policies and procedures in relation to fire safety precautions.How can you help prevent fires?


Safe Working

The safe use of work equipment

This training tool is dedicated to work equipment and their associated hazards. Work equipment means any machinery, appliance, apparatus, tool or installation for use at work.It embraces everything from a hand tool to substantial manufacturing plant.


Identifying Asbestos

Identifying asbestos

The aim of this Training Tool is to provide you with the following information to ensure the safety of your workforce:

What is asbestos?Where is asbestos found? What does asbestos look like? How can you identify asbestos?

Hidden killer – diseases

Asbestos training legal requirements etc.


Young Apprentice

Young apprentices in construction

This training tool should be used to help educate everyone on the specific risks and dangers of younger workers in the construction industry and how best to assess risks and minimise injuries for them and others on site.


Ladder Safety

Working at height: leaning ladder and step-ladder safety

What are the reasons people fall from ladders and stepladders?You don’t necessarily have to fall from a great height to be badly injured. Most injuries are caused by falls from less than 2m – commonly causing broken arms or legs and in some instances death.


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