Plumbers are often exposed to several hazards which need to be assessed prior to commencing work. Download your free plumbing risk assessment here.
It’s important that you feel confident following safety procedures whilst using a ladder. Here’s the different ways you can safely secure ladders.
A method statement is a precautionary measure of high risk work. Download your free template here & use our steps to fill it in.
An office presents both physical and mental hazards that can be dangerous to the health of your employees; protect them by using our office hazards checklist.
Construction sites are dangerous zones. We’ve outlined the most common construction hazards and what measures can be taken to reduce their risk.
If your business involves any working at height, you must have well-considered safety procedures in place. Download our working at height rescue plan.
Our guide provides statistics, control measures and tips for preventing slips, trips and falls in the workplace. Further resources provided.
The Hierarchy of Control Measures assists in deciding which preventative measures to take when working at height – download our PDF Hierarchy for free!
Ladder safety is one of those things that’s passed from tradesman to apprentice on the job – but are you really adhering to ladder safety best practice?
Do you know your ladder safety best practices? Whether you work at height as part of your job or you’re just dabbling in DIY, you absolutely have to know!