Leaf blower / vacuum


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  • Slips and Trips
  • Flying debris /stones / glass, Hazardous substances on floor surface such as Human / animal excreta / urine, syringes, needles
  • Rotating fan
  • Use of electrical equipment
  • Ergonomics- The use of the equipment may involve repetitive body movements and awkward positions
  • Fire and explosion- The storage and handling of petrol (e.g. refuelling) may pose a risk of fire and explosion
  • Allergies – Grass, plants, hay fever, bees and wasps
  • Noise from equipment in use
  • Collision between pedestrians and vehicles
  • Hot / cold and wet weather

It is important for all employers to have a health and safety policy in place and for those companies who employ more than 5 employees, it is a legal requirement. Make sure that you have the correct health and safety documents in the workplace and that they are not out of date.

The Health & Safety at Work etc Act 1974 is the legislation dealing with health & safety in the workplace and is usually governed by local authorities who make the necessary checks and visits to companies to ensure that the rules and regulations of the act are complied with.

A health & safety policy should be written by someone in your place of work, preferably by someone who has taken a course in health and safety and is aware of the responsibilities. The templates you can download will help you to create a policy which is clear and easily understood by the work force.

A health & safety document usually comprises of three elements which are:

  • A statement outlining how safety procedures will be managed in the workplace.
  • How safety is to managed and who is responsible for safety procedures
  • How health & safety activities are managed.
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