Safety StatementsSection 20 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act, 2005 requires that employers must have a written Safety Statement based on the hazards identified and the Risk Assessment under Section 19 and setting out how the Safety, Health and Welfare of employees will be secured and managed.
Mc Nulty Training and Safety Solutions will carefully develop a Safety Statement to suit your business activities, with active involvement from staff members throughout the process.
Health & Safety ManagementThere is considerable evidence, borne out by companies' practical experiences, that effective Safety and Health Management in the workplace contributes to business success. Accidents and ill-health inflict significant costs, often hidden and underestimated.
Carrying out a Risk Assessment, preparing a Safety Statement and implementing the findings are not only central to any Safety and Health Management System, they are required by law.
Method StatementsUnder the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 Part 2, Chapter 1, Section 8(e) the employers duty extends to "providing systems of work that are planned, organised, performed, maintained and revised as appropriate so as to be, so far as is reasonably practicable, safe and without risk to health." A Method statement will assist you, the employer, in fulfilling the above duty.
What is a Method Statement?The method statement specifies work methodologies including:
- Sequences and processes
- Scope of work,
- Training requirements
- Plant and equipment requirements
- Risk assessments & responsibilities
Method Statement DevelopmentMc Nulty Training and Safety Solutions will carefully develop a Method Statements tailored to your business activities, with active involvement & consultation with staff members throughout the process.
A VDU Assessment is a careful examination of a work station by a competent person, giving consideration to each individuals workstation tasks, usage, work regime, ergonomic design and layout of the workstation/environment, equipment, furniture, lighting, heating etc. Active participation of employees is required throughout the VDU Assessment. Appropriate steps must be taken to control any risks identified to minimise the possible risk of injury to employees.
Mc Nulty Training & Safety Solutions VDU Assessments are designed to meet the requirements of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007.
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