Workplace Hazards and Risk Control


  1. Health, welfare and work environment requirements
  2. Introduction
  3. Welfare
  4. Workplace Environment
  5. Ventilation
  6. Heating and Temperature
  7. Lighting
  8. Workstations and Seating
  9. Other Factors
  10. Extremes of Temperature
  11. Find out if there is a Problem
  12. Decide on What Action to Take
  13. Quality of Service Provided
  14. Design of the Operating Environment
  15. Type of Security Equipment Used
  16. Job Design
  17. Take the Appropriate Action
  18. Check that the Action is Effective
  19. Investigation of the size of the problem
  20. Planning actions
  21. Taking action
  22. Monitoring the policy
  23. Hazards in the Workplace
  24. Slips, Trips and Falls on the Same Level
  25. Falls from Work at Height
  26. Collisions with Moving Vehicles
  27. Being Struck by Moving, Falling or Flying Objects
  28. Striking Against Fixed or Stationary Objects
  29. Control Measures for the Safe Movement of People in the Workplace Slips,
  30. Falls from Work at Height
  31. Collisions with Moving Vehicles
  32. Being Struck by Moving, Falling or Flying Objects
  33. Striking Against Fixed or Stationary Objects
  34. General Preventative Measures for Pedestrian Hazards
  35. Electrically Powered Gates
  36. The Work at Height Regulations
  37. Protection Against Falls from Work at Height
  38. Fragile Roofs and Surfaces
  39. Protection Against Falling Objects
  40. Fall Arrest Equipment
  41. Emergency Procedures (Including Rescue)
  42. Hazards and Controls Associated with Working above Ground Level
  43. Access Equipment
  44. Ladders
  45. Stepladders, Trestles and Staging
  46. Fixed Scaffolds
  47. Pre-Fabricated Mobile Scaffold Towers
  48. Mobile Elevated work Platforms (Mewps)
  49. Inspection and Maintenance Inspection
  50. Maintenance
  51. Hazards Associated with Excavations
  52. Precautions and Controls Required for Excavations
  53. Inspection and Reporting Requirements


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