Safe Maintenance Work Toolbox Talk (UK) Mobile App
Every year employees are injured or die while at the workplace.
How does it work?
Safe Work Practices (SWP) is a set of guidelines that have been created to assist employers on how to accomplish specific tasks and to mitigate hazards. Each employee should know, understand, and follow all Safe Work Practices that pertain to his/her specific work tasks. A Safe Job Procedure (Risk Assessed Method Statement) is a written step-by-step description of how to compete a job safely and efficiently from start to finish. It is a means of mitigating hazards once they have been identified. By understanding the hazards and risks associated with a task and following a Safe Working Practice the chances of an accident to an employee, co-worker or member of the public should have been removed or reduced to the lowest possible likelihood. The Safe Working Practices Toolbox Talk (UK) reminds the reader that employees take reasonable care of their own health and safety by following the ten rules and that it is the responsibility of every employee to go home safely at the end of the day.
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