This guidance explains how lighting can contribute to the health and safety of people at work. Aimed at those responsible for health and safety at work, it deals with managing the health and safety risks from lighting in the workplace; good practice and lighting recomendations.
This guidance is aimed at those who are responsible for health and safety at work. It may also be useful for designers, manufacturers, employees and suppliers of office furniture. The book offers advice on how to ensure that seating in the workplace is suitable and safe and gives examples of good practice including information on seating design and selection.
Updated to include the PUWER 1998 and LOLER 1998 regulations with new sections on machining, horizontal boring machines and powder coatings. Provides guidance for people who run and work in small engineering workshops, ranging from those who make their own products, to those who maintain and repair plant and machinery either independently or as part of a larger group. Aims to help people in safer and healthier ways and outlines many serious and frequent hazards and the best ways of dealing with them. Contents: Managing health action checklist; How to use this book to start your risk assessment; Five steps to risk assessment; Working and moving around in the workshop; Machining; Welding and flamecutting; Radiography; Painting; Offices; Organising health and safety.