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.
This booklet aims to give guidance on how to satisy the requirement of the Notification of New Substances Regulations. It will be easily understood by the non-expert and provide a useful technical document for the expert. It explains the procedures a notifier has to follow, and explains where they can get further detailed information, guidance and help on the technical aspects of the Regulations (eg references to the appropriate Directives, regulations, technical annexes etc). It explains what substances are covered by the Regulations, what the notification procedure entails, testing procedures, risk assessment, the role of the competent authority and of the EC, confidentiality, fees and enforcement.
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 booklet is mainly for people who run small firms. But it is also relevant to others including employees and their representatives - or anyone who wants a starting point for information on health and safety at work. It is divided into user friendly sections on the key areas of risk at work.
Explains the essential tasks for achieving healthy and safe construction sites and helps the reader to identify hazards and control risks. This book also explains how to plan, organise, control, monitor and review health and safety throughout the life of a project. It is suitable for those involved in construction work.