Workshop Safety Toolbox Talk (UK) Mobile App
Workshop safety describes policies and procedures in place to ensure the safety and health of employees within the workshop and identification of hazards and control according to government standards and ongoing safety training and education for employees.
How does it work?
Workshops can be some of the most hazardous and high-risk places to work, therefore, strong workshop safety management is vital. Carpentry, welding, panel beating, vehicle maintenance and paint spraying are just some of the jobs that could be associated with workshops. Good housekeeping, proper storage of materials and regular maintenance help avoid accidents resulting in cuts and pulled muscles. HASAWA 1974, outlined in the Workshop Safety Toolbox Talk (UK) app, places a general duty on employers 'so far as is reasonably practicable' to protect the health, safety and welfare at work of all employees through safe systems of work; handling and use, handling, storage and transport of materials and substances; necessary information, instruction, training and supervision; a safe and well-maintained workplace, including safe access and egress; a safe working environment with adequate welfare facilities.
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