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Safety Box from Your Safety Advisor Ltd is a unique online health and safety resource that has been set up specifically for the benefit of all of our retained Health and Safety Advisor Service clients. Safety Box contains a wide range of useful reference documents from the HSE and other industry leading bodies, as well as useful information sheets, standard templates and even a selection of over 70 No. Tool Box Talks.
All of the documents with Safety Box can be accessed and downloaded as and when needed and the great part is, you can do this from wherever you are, using your Laptop; Tablet or even Mobile Phone. The contents of Safety Box will grow and be added to over time as we develop additional templates and add extra information and publications.
Safety Box is only available from Your Safety Advisor Ltd, it is a unique online resource which we have developed specifically for our clients. To gain access to this unique and growing online Health and Safety resource you need to sign up to our Retained Health and Safety Advisor Service.
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Tool Box Talks Register£0.00
Tool Box Talks are an essential part of your Health and Safety training and communication arrangements. Tool Box Talks should be delivered on a regular basis to all persons working on site to help keep them up to date with the specific on site health and safety issues as well as being used to provide general health and safety information, instruction and training to builders, contractors and other tradesmen working on site. This free download can be used create a record of the persons who have attended your Tool Box Talks. In addition to this, we can prepare a set of specific Tool Box Talks for your use as part of our health and safety consultancy services.
PAT Test Register£0.00
Portable Appliance Testing, or PAT Testing is essential for all portable electrical equipment used on construction and building sites. Maintaining safe electrical equipment is an essential safety requirement to help safeguard the health and well being of those working on site. PAT Testing must be carried out by a suitably qualified and experienced (competent) person and this free Electrical PAT Testing Register can be used to help keep a record/register of your PAT Testing regime.
Health and Safety Audit Template£0.00
Health and Safety Inspection Audits should form a fundamental cornerstone of your Health and Safety Arrangements. Health and Safety Inspections and Audits are used to review and check how effective your Safety Arrangements are and to help ensure that they are being implemented as intended. This free download provides a simple Template/Checklist that can be used to carry out a self-audit of your site operations to help identify where improvements may need to be implemented. Where shortcomings are identified, we are available to help and provide Health and Safety Consultancy Services to help ensure your compliance with Health and Safety Legislation.
Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Assessment Template£0.00
Our Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Checklist can be used to carry out DSE Assessments of your computer work stations in accordance with the requirements of the Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations. There is no need for expensive or complex assessments to be made, just use this free checklist to carry out your own DSE Assessments.
Fire Safety Risk Assessment£0.00
Fire Health and Safety Risk Assessment – this template can be used to help you assess the fire risks associated with your premises. However, please note that this is complicated area and it is suggested that for all but the simplest of sites, you are likely to need professional assistance with the completion of your Fire Risk Assessment.
Safety Induction Register£0.00
Our Free Safety Induction Register can be used to establish a formal record of who has been provided with a Safety Induction. Safety Inductions should be delivered to all new starters and when starting work on a new site/project. Safety Inductions are an essential element of your Health and Safety Arrangements and should always be provided on the first day of work so that all persons on site are aware of the safety hazards, safety rules and safety arrangements which have been put into place for the benefit of all persons on site.
Excavation Safety Inspection Template£0.00
Our free Excavation Safety Inspection Register has been developed to help formalise and manage their statutory duties with regards to the inspection of excavations. Excavations MUST be inspected by a competent person at the start of every shift and after any event which may have affected the strength or stability of the excavation. A record of all excavation inspections should be made and maintained on site for inspection by the client and his safety team or other enforcing bodies such as the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
PUWER Inspection Log£0.00
PUWER or the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations applies to all machinery, tools and equipment. So be it a 40 tonne excavator or a 3 tread step ladder, you have a duty to inspect the equipment for faults and defects to make sure that it is safe to use. Our free PUWER Safety Checklist/Template can be used to make a record of these inspection to help you demonstrate to third parties that you have a formal inspection regime in place. Obviously some inspections are far more straight forward than others and certain equipment will be subject to more stringent inspection by suitably qualified competent persons.
PUWER Inspection Template£0.00
PUWER or the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 applies to all machinery, tools and equipment. So be it a 40 tonne excavator or a 3 tread step ladder, you have a duty to inspect the equipment for faults and defects to make sure that it is safe to use. Our free PUWER Safety Checklist/Template can be used to make a record of these inspection to help you demonstrate to third parties that you have a formal inspection regime in place. Obviously some inspections are far more straight forward than others and certain equipment will be subject to more stringent inspection by suitably qualified competent persons.
Permit to Work (PtW) Template£10.00
Our Permit to Work (PtW) template has been created to help companies manage their permit to work procedures. Permits to work should be used for all potentially hazardous works where additional control measure over and above what would normally be required need to be implemented. Example of instances where a Permits to Work could include (but not be limited to) Work at Height; Entry into Confined Spaces; Live Electrical Working; Works within Excavations; Works within Restricted Areas; Hot Works etc. Our Permit to Work template will help you to manage all of these instances and more.
Ladder Safety Inspection Template£10.00
Ladders are an essential piece of equipment used by all trades, however Fall from Height remain one of the biggest causes of accidents and injuries to those in the construction industry. Maintaining safe, secure and damage free ladders is therefore an essential safety requirement and the inspection/checking of ladders is a statutory duty under PUWER. Our Ladder Safety Inspection Template therefore provides a simple checklist and inspection record that companies can use to help manage and maintain the safety of their ladders, thereby protecting the health and safety of their workforce.
Noise Risk Assessment Template£10.00
The Control of Noise at Work Regulations places a duty on employers to assess noise levels and where necessary put in to place measures to help protect employees and others from high levels of noise. Our Noise Assessment Template can be used to help carry our a Noise Risk Assessment to help identify sources of noise, assess the risk and determine what safety precautions need to be implemented to help protect the safety of the employees. Noise Induced Hearing Loss is permanent and cannot be reversed, so controlling noise to acceptable levels and/or providing suitable hearing protection from excessive noise are an important and statutory requirement for all employers.
Manual Handling Assessment Template£10.00
Our Manual Handling Risk Assessment Template enables employers to undertake their own manual handling assessments. Manual Handing Injuries and Work Related Upper Limb Disorders remain one of the main causes of lost time and days off work, so it makes economic sense to carry out manual handling assessments for all potentially hazardous manual handling operations. The Manual Handling Operations Regulations further reinforce the statutory requirement on all employers to carry out Manual Handling Risk Assessments.
COSHH Assessment Template£10.00
A COSHH Assessment is a Risk Assessment that considers hazardous substances and how they may affect persons or the environment. A COSHH Assessment must be completed for the use and handling of all potentially hazardous substances, be they cleaning products; building materials; paints; adhesives or other chemicals. to complete a COSHH Assessment you will need to know what hazardous substances are being used and then obtain the relative Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). To complete the COSHH Assessment, you will then have to know how the substances are being used and who they might affect. The COSHH Assessment template can then be completed including details of how the hazardous will be managed and the risks controlled.
Health and Safety Method Statement Template£25.00
Safe Systems of Work or Health and Safety Method Statements as they are more commonly known, are the cornerstone of how health and safety measures and controls are implemented in the real world. Every contractor is familiar with the need to provide Method Statements and Risk Assessments for their works and its often a prerequisite before even attending site. Our Method Statement template has been developed to help you form and create your own Method Statements, it is a structured and professionally prepared template that you can use to formulate detailed professional Method Statements. The contents of the Method Statement template guide you through what is needed and you simply have to provide the project details and outline how the works will be safely undertaken.