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7 Key Management Procedures for Working in Hazardous Areas

I just wanted to give you seven key management procedures and controls that you can consider using when working in hazardous areas. These steps will help you comply with the D… http://www.riskmanagementcircle.co.uk/blog/2016/03/7-key-management-procedures-working-hazardous-areas/

9 Tips For Motivating Your Staff to Follow Safety Rules

If you want high health and safety standards from your workforce, the management team needs to apply those high standards themselves. Here are a few ideas to help motivate a workforce.
Sometimes, when I get shown around a workplace by the works manager, I follow someone who stays on the designated walkways, wears the correct personal protective equipment and foll… http://www.riskmanagementcircle.co.uk/blog/2016/01/9-tips-motivating-your-staff-follow-safety-rules/

Dust Explosion Prevention

A short video with 7 basic control measures tips to help prevent dust explosions.
  The 7 basic control measure: Make sure your buildings have explosion relief. This could be an explosion relief panel of appropriate size or a part of the structure made… http://www.riskmanagementcircle.co.uk/blog/2015/12/dust-explosion-prevention/

Who’s trained the trainer?

What steps are needed to ensure that manual handling activities are carried out safely? Is the manual handling activity needed at all? If it is, a risk assessment is needed.
Following a Health and Safety Executive investigation a care home was fined £335,000 earlier this year when a resident was dropped from a hoist. She later died from her injurie… http://www.riskmanagementcircle.co.uk/blog/2015/10/whos-trained-trainer/

Risk Assessment Mistakes

Risk Assessment Mistakes In a previous blog I’ve shared my five tips for developing better risk assessments and reasons why your risk assessments are so important to your risk … http://www.riskmanagementcircle.co.uk/blog/2015/10/risk-assessment-mistakes/

Why Measure Health and Safety Performance?

Why manage health and safety performance? There are many good reasons and here are two of them! The measuring process gives information on the current success of health and safety … http://www.riskmanagementcircle.co.uk/blog/2015/01/why-measure-health-and-safety-performance/

Get the most from your health and safety training

Experience suggests that many accidents and insurance claims could be prevented or mitigated through improved health and safety training of employees. One of the key aspects of hea… http://www.riskmanagementcircle.co.uk/blog/2015/01/get-most-your-health-and-safety-training/

Health and Safety Performance – What are you measuring?

Measuring performance is an important issue for every business. However, not many businesses measure their health and safety performance so effectively. The key to measuring heal… http://www.riskmanagementcircle.co.uk/blog/2015/01/health-and-safety-performance-what-are-you-measuring/