So what documents are available in our Online Solutions package? Here is a list of what you’ll get for your money. Many of our health and safety policies are accompanied by supporting documents to enable you to better implement them in your business. Risk assessment forms are also provided. There is also a great deal of guidance information to give you that extra bit of help. Due to length, not all of our documents are listed here, and we are constantly working on new documents to add to our already outstanding online health and safety package. Some of these may be included in the list and are marked with an *.
Health and Safety Policies:
Accident & Incident Investigation Policy
Accident & Incident Investigation Investigation Form
Accident & Incident Investigation Witness Statement Form
Accident Reporting And Recording Policy
Bomb Alert & Suspicious Packages Policy
Bomb Alert Form
Company Vehicles Policy
Company Vehicles Pre-Journey Safety Checklist
Competence & Capability Policy
Confined & Enclosed Spaces Policy
Construction Inspections & Reports Policy
Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Policy
Display Screen Equipment – Record Of An Employee Eye Test Form
Electrical Safety In The Workplace Policy
Employee Consultation Policy
Excavations Health And Safety Policy
Excavations Inspection Report Form
Excavations – Timing and Frequency of Checks, Inspections, and Examinations
Expectant & New Mothers Policy
Fire Detection & Alarm Systems Health and Safety Policy
Fire Extinguishers and Their Use Policy
Fire Risk Assessment Policy
Fire Safety Signs Policy
First Aid Health and Safety Policy
First Aid – List Of First Aider’s Form
First Aid – Location Of First Aid Boxes Form
Fixed Scaffolds Health and Safety Policy
Handheld Tools Health and Safety Policy
Hazardous Substances – Control Of Substances Hazardous To Health (COSHH) Policy
Hazardous Substances – COSHH Log Form
Health And Safety Policy
Lone Working – Safety For Lone Worker’s*
Manual Handling Health and Safety Policy
Mobile Elevated Work Platforms – Health and Safety Policy
Mobile Work Equipment*
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Health and Safety Policy
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) – PPE Log Form
Pesticides – Safe Use Of Pesticides Health and Safety Policy*
Portable Electric Equipment In Offices*
Portable Ladders & Stepladders Health and Safety Policy
Risk Assessment Health and Safety Policy
Safety Signs & Signals*
Working At Height
Young Persons (Under 18’s)*
Risk Assessment Forms:
Risk Assessment forms include:
Manual Handling risk assessment form.
Fire Risk Assessment form’s. We have a number of these available, as this allows our clients to have either a more simple or in depth approach depending on their needs.
Risk Assessment form. This is intended for use in more general risk assessments, such as small shops, offices and other area’s. It is intended for use in identifying general hazards in the workplace, such as slip/trip hazards, fumes, faulty cabling etc, and also for assessing individual tasks such as using a ladder. It is not intended for specialist assessments such as asbestos surveys or legionella risk assessments, which require special equipment and training. However this is suited for most type of risk assessments required by small businesses.
We have also compiled a database of guidance information from a wide range of sources for use by our clients. This includes information provided by Advanced Corporate Solutions, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and other sources such as Fire Departments, as well as other recognized sources. We feel this allows our clients to broaden their knowledge of health and safety requirements and allows them the greater opportunity to work safely. Some of this information can also be found elsewhere, however we’ve done the legwork to bring the information together in one place so our clients can focus on their business. These guidance information documents include such topics as:
First Aid at Work
Fire Detection and Alarm Systems – Zoned and Addressable Alarms: What Is The Difference?
Working In The Garden – Basic Safety Guidelines
Employers’ Liability Compulsory Insurance Act 1969 – Employers Guide
Recipes For Disaster by The London Fire Brigade
Preventing Slips and Trips At Work
Workplace Transport Safety
Safe Use Of Ladders and Stepladders
Five Steps To Risk Assessment
Guidance For The Recovered Paper Industry
Correct Removal Of Reusable Gloves (Chemically Resistant)
and many, many more.
The guidance information section also includes a great deal of guidance for the printing sector.
These documents can all be viewed online, downloaded in PDF format, or printed.
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All of these documents are updated throughout the year. A years membership will allow access to these documents as well as new documents not yet listed here, and allow the member to access the new and updated documents throughout the year. To continue to be able to access new and updated documents after the first year, membership will need to be renewed. However it is cheaper to renew for the second year.
Anyone not wishing to renew can download or print any documents they wish off the site before their first year’s subscription is up, however they will then not be able to get the updates for these later.
All health and safety policies should be reviewed each year.