HSE Construction: Working in Confined Spaces (UK) Mobile App

Consider oxygen deficiency, carbon dioxide and toxic gas and you may see that worker health is at risk in these potentially hazardous atmospheres. The HSE Construction: Working in Confined Spaces (UK) mobile app is aimed at small contractors in the United Kingdom but applies to everyone involved in construction including safety committees, safety representatives, and the workers who are doing the confined space work. It provides assistance on how to work safely in enclosed spaces. The app will also help to identify the main causes of accidents and ill health and explains how to eliminate hazards and control risks in order to ensure that worker health is being considered. The solutions are straightforward and easy to adopt. This app includes a checklist specific to HSE Regulations regarding: Working in Confined Spaces. You can add in additional relevant fields as you please, such as rescue procedures, how to deal with lack of oxygen, toxic gas, general safe work, and other topics as needed. Put worker safety first and make sure workers are using protective equipment. Worker safety needs to be a priority and with this app, you can ensure that everyone is informed of health and safety standards and worker rights.

Industry: Construction, Repair & Improvement General Construction

  • Apple
    iPhone, iPad
  • Android
    Android
  • Window
    Windows

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