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- NEW GUIDANCE: Guide to Fire Doors checks
The Secretary of State in accordance with Article 50 of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 issued a simple guide to fire doors for Responsible Persons, which include how to conduct routine checks and provide information to residents. Follow the link to see the guidance: Home Office - A Guide to Fire Doors for Responsible Persons
- Landlords Law Update: The Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Amendment) Regulations 2022
The Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Amendment) Regulations 2022 came into force on 1 October 2022. The regulation have been updated for the social rented and private rented sectors. Landlords must ensure adequate provision of smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. From the 1st of October 2022, all relevant landlords must: 1. Ensure at least one smoke alarm is equipped on each storey of their homes where there is a room used as living accommodation. This has been a legal requirement in the private rented sector since 2015. 2. Ensure a carbon monoxide alarm is equipped in any room used as living accommodation which contains a fixed combustion appliance (excluding gas cookers). 3. Ensure smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms are repaired or replaced once informed and found that they are faulty. The requirements are enforced by local housing authorities who can impose a fine of up to £5,000 where a landlord fails to comply with a remedial notice. For more detailed information see The Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Amendment) Regulations 2022 Additionally, we recommend to read an easy-to-understand Government Guidance: Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Amendment) Regulations 2022: guidance for landlords and tenants
- Fire Door Guidance in accordance with Art. 50 of RRFSO 2005
The Fire Safety Act of 2021 made it clear that the Fire Risk Assessment required by the Fire Safety Order must take flat entrance doors into account. According to the Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022, self-closing mechanisms must be tested frequently and fire doors, including entrance doors to apartments, must be in good repair and operational condition. These tests make sure that the current door standard is maintained. Below there is direct link to the new Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022: fire door guidance, which has been updated on 5 October 2023 Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022: fire door guidance
- HSGenerator | Risk Assessments | Windsor
HEALTH AND SAFETY RISK ASSESSMENT Get Face-to-Face Support Hundreds of small businesses, ranging from workshops, construction companies, bakeries, shops and garden centres to schools, medical centres, IT organisations and manufacturing engineering, receive assistance from HSGenerator Fire & Safety Consultants each year in completing their risk assessments. Read More All risk assessments are conducted by Health & Safety and Fire Safety Experts with a high level of knowledge and competency, who provide you with a highly professional report that fully complies with current UK legislation. Our Consultants will provide you with practical and affordable measures to eliminate risks, lower hazards and maintain safety in your business. Read More We assist you in preparing risk assessments in person, on-site, and at a time that works for you. Workplace Risk Assessment Read More Manual Handling Risk Assessment Read More PUWER Risk Assessment Read More COSHH Assessment Read More PPE Risk Assessment Read More DSE Workstation Assessment Read More First Aid Need Assessment Read More RAMS - Risk Assessment Method Statement Read More Pregnant Worker and New Mother Risk Assessment Read More Young Worker Risk Assessment Read More RISK ASSESSMENT SUPPORT SERVICE We carry out a risk assessment for you, evaluate the risk and take liability for it. Read More We support you through the process of risk assessment by providing adequate forms, training and checking the completed assessment. Read More RISK ASSESSMENT LEGAL REQUIREMENT Employers are required by law -The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations of 1999 - to protect both their employees and other parties. The following criteria are listed as the bare minimum standards in the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations of 1999: - Identify the dangers in your organisation that might endanger the health or safety of your employees; - Determine the possibility and severity of any potential injury to a person; - Determine the risk; and then take action to lower the risk or, if it is not feasible, remove the hazard. The process of reducing risks in your organisation includes the risk assessment step. RISK ASSESSMENT DEFINITION AND STEPS RISK ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY Risk Assessment Definition Risk Assessment is a process of identifying hazards and risk variables that might potentially result in harm. This process includes risk analysis and risk evaluation. Risk Assessment Steps The typical risk assessment, such as workplace risk assessment, includes identifying risks and potential harm, identifying safeguards or control measures that are already in place, identifying people who are at risk, rating and identifying the level of risk, and adding additional safeguards to control risks, re-evaluating the reduced risk, and determining the timeline for putting the necessary actions into place. TYPES OF RISK ASSESSMENTS Qualitative Risk Assessments The risk is classified as high, medium or low-level, taking into account the risk's probability and severity. The qualitative assessment is based on the Assessor's personal judgement. Quantitative Risk Assessments A risk assessment matrix is used to assess the likelihood and severity of risks. Quantitative tools and techniques are used while carrying out this risk assessment. Generic Risk Assessments This kind of risk assessment considers the dangers and risks associated with work-related tasks and activities. To make sure that risk-management processes are precise, appropriate, and efficient, these risk assessments must be adequately updated and altered accordingly. Site-Specific Risk Assessments Risk is evaluated for a certain activity in a particular place. One of the most efficient ways of reducing or limiting workplace dangers. Site-Specific Risk Assessments should be conducted following a generic risk assessment since they are the most comprehensive and efficient way to develop and implement control measures that are appropriate for the level of risk. Dynamic Risk Assessments This kind of risk assessment is done in real-time, in response to unforeseen situations (e.g. sudden changes in the workplace or work activity). To determine if it is safe to move forward with the task, the risk is evaluated immediately. We work for hundreds of clients each year. We have extensive professional experience in creating and implementing: Schools Risk Assessment Factory Risk Assessment Manufacturing Risk Assessment Warehouse Risk Assessment Office Risk Assessment Retail Risk Assessment Industrial Risk Assessment Event Risk Assessment Transport Risk Assessment Airport Risk Assessment Construction Site Risk Assessment DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT RISK ASSESSMENTS Workplace Risk Assessment In order to determine if you have taken sufficient safeguards or whether you need to take additional steps to prevent injury, a risk assessment is simply a detailed review of what in your business potentially harms people. The right to be shielded from damage brought on by a failure to implement appropriate control measures extends to workers and others. Manual Handling Risk Assessment According to the Manual Handling Operations Regulations, any manual handling task that has the potential to cause an injury must undergo a risk assessment by the employer. The health and safety of both themselves and anyone who might be harmed by their conduct must be taken into reasonable consideration by employees. A proper and thorough Manual Handling risk assessment is necessary when risky physical handling is unavoidable. The Manual Handling Risk Assessment should determine the areas where there is a risk of damage and determine the most effective approaches to lower that risk. PUWER Risk Assessment Making sure that every piece of work-related equipment goes through a thorough risk assessment is one of the important components of implementing PUWER - the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations. Under PUWER, risk assessments are required by law and must be carried out by a trained and qualified individual, a consultant, or an authorised third party, as instructed by the HSE. COSHH Assessment Control of Substances Hazardous to Health, or COSHH, mandates that employers take steps to protect their workers' health. COSHH Assessment is one of the controls used to stop health damage. The majority of firms use compounds or products made from combinations of substances. Certain procedures produce substances. These might harm employees, clients, contractors and other people. PPE Suitability Assessment The objective of the PPE Suitability Assessment is to identify risks to the workers performing the task in order to decide the PPE that is necessary. A PPE Suitability Assessment is necessary to identify potential risks and choose the best PPE when conditions exist or are anticipated to exist that need the usage of personal protective equipment (PPE). DSE Workstation Assessment Employers are required to safeguard their staff against the health hazards associated with using display screen equipment (DSE), such as PCs, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Users at a fixed workstation, mobile employees, home workers, and hot-desking workers who use DSE daily for continuous periods of an hour or longer are subject to the Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations. First Aid Need Assessment First Aid Need Assessment is a legal requirement under The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981. An employer is obligated to make an assessment of first-aid needs appropriate to the circumstances (hazards and risks) of the workplace. RAMS - Risk Assessment Method Statement A critical health and safety document known as a RAMS, or risk assessment method statement, is created to outline the procedures to be followed in order to execute a particular activity or task in a secure manner. The risk assessment technique can be used in conjunction with RAMS. Risk Assessment for Pregnant Workers and New Mothers As part of your overall workplace risk assessment, you are required by law to consider the hazards to women who are childbearing age. Additionally, you must do an individual risk assessment that takes into account the needs of each worker who has advised you in writing that they:are breastfeeding, pregnant, or within six months after giving birth. Young Worker Risk Assessment According to the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations of 1999, an employer shall not hire a young person without having made or revised an assessment with respect to hazards to the health and safety of young individuals. An employer must examine their risk assessment and take into account the unique variables for young people before hiring a young person for the first time or hiring one with special needs. 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Health & Safety Fire Safety Fire Risk Assessments Construction Safety Environmental Safety Expert Racking Inspections UK's Leaders in Excellent Safety Management Home: Welcome Home: Headliner YOUR LOCAL FIRE AND SAFETY CONSULTANTS About HSGenerator HSGenerator Safety Consultants offers superb consulting services that are tailored to meet clients' unique requirements. We are the best specialists in the UK on racking inspections, fire risk assessments, health & safety, and fire safety. Our main goal is to support businesses in maintaining legal compliance and offering a safe environment. We provide helpful guidance to assist you in adhering to UK HSE standards. We set targets and plan to reduce risk to the barest minimum and manage workplace hazards because we believe that a safe workplace improves the quality of life. Our Consultants are accredited and registered. The work is regularly monitored by professional membership bodies to ensure provided service is always in line with the quality at the highest level. They are always up to date with legislation changes and continuously develop their CPD by attending new courses, increasing their qualifications, and taking part in seminars and safety committees. FIRE SAFETY CONSULTANCY Fire Risk Assessment Fire Warden Training Fire Safety Training Fire Emergency Plan Fire Safety Audit Fire Safety Inspection Fire Escape Signage Fire Management System HEALTH & SAFETY CONSULTANCY Risk Assessments H&S Policy H&S Audit H&S Site Inspections H&S Start-Up Safe System of Work RAMS H&S Training 12+ years managing Health & Safety and Fire Safety for various industries Free 15 Minutes Consultation Book a FREE 15-minute consultation with one of our Health & Safety and Fire Safety Consultants! Health & Safety Consultation Free 15 Minutes Health & Safety Consultation 15 min Book Now Fire Safety Consultation Free 15 Minutes Fire Safety Consultation 15 min Book Now TESTIMONIALS Daria was very professional, knowledgeable and gives some great advice. We had HS Generator for a Health and Safety and Fire Risk Assessment and found them very competitively priced. Great service, will recommend and use again in the future. Jennifer Lyons Source: Google Review Contact + 44 (0) 7701 335 035 email@example.com First Name Last Name Email Message Thanks for submitting! Send