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Health and Safety Awareness Low Risk Areas Lawrence Dickson Training and Audit Co-ordinator Health Health and Safety Awareness Low Risk Areas Lawrence Dickson Training and Audit Co-ordinator Health and Safety Department

Identify hazards associated with work activities Assess the risks associated with each work activity Identify hazards associated with work activities Assess the risks associated with each work activity Implement measures to control these risks Introduction

ØLegislation ØHealth and Safety Policy ØManagement Structure ØHealth and Safety Department ØRisk Assessment ØAccidents ØLegislation ØHealth and Safety Policy ØManagement Structure ØHealth and Safety Department ØRisk Assessment ØAccidents and Incidents Introduction

UK Legislation EC Legislation Framework – health and safety and the Law UK Legislation EC Legislation Framework – health and safety and the Law

UK Legislation ØThe Health and Safety at Work Act, 1974 ØUK Health and Safety UK Legislation ØThe Health and Safety at Work Act, 1974 ØUK Health and Safety Regulations ØHSC Approved Codes of Practice ØHSE Guidance Notes Framework – health and safety and the Law

EC Legislation ØCommission of the European Communities ØEC Directives ØMember States: Transposition ØUK Health EC Legislation ØCommission of the European Communities ØEC Directives ØMember States: Transposition ØUK Health and Safety Legislation Framework – health and safety and the Law

Framework – health and safety and the Law Framework – health and safety and the Law

Health and Safety Executive - Routine and specialist visits Accident reporting Compliance Letters Improvement Health and Safety Executive - Routine and specialist visits Accident reporting Compliance Letters Improvement Notices Prohibition Notices Criminal Prosecutions Enforcement authorities – criminal law

 • University’s Liability Insurers – Liability Surveys & Reports – Claims Investigations • • University’s Liability Insurers – Liability Surveys & Reports – Claims Investigations • University’s Insurance Brokers – H&S Management Audit and Compliance Audit Programme – Input to Health & Safety Policy Advisory agencies – civil law

 • Part • Part 1 2 3 4 5 6 : : : • Part • Part 1 2 3 4 5 6 : : : Framework General Precautions Electrical Equipment Mechanical Equipment Chemical Laboratories Biological Laboratories University Health and Safety Policy

 • Part 7. 1 : • Part 7. 2 : • Part 7. • Part 7. 1 : • Part 7. 2 : • Part 7. 3 : • Part 8 : Ionising Radiations Non-Ionising Radiations Laser Equipment Fieldwork and Outdoor Activities The Keynote Guide University Health and Safety Policy

ØDovetail with the Core Policy ØHighlight Specific Local Hazards ØDetail Precautions and Controls ØSubject ØDovetail with the Core Policy ØHighlight Specific Local Hazards ØDetail Precautions and Controls ØSubject to Regular Review ØCentral Monitoring School / Area Health and Safety Policy

In-house (local) training Induction: policy emergency procedures accidents and incidents reporting procedures school/area H&S In-house (local) training Induction: policy emergency procedures accidents and incidents reporting procedures school/area H&S contacts health and safety committee Training

Central training SSA ergonomics H & S awareness radiation first aid biosafety manual handling Central training SSA ergonomics H & S awareness radiation first aid biosafety manual handling fire stewards head of school induction course fire extinguishers lone working Training IOSH Managing Safely

ØSchool/Area Self-Inspections ØAccident and Ill Health Reporting ØInternal and External Audits ØThe School Safety ØSchool/Area Self-Inspections ØAccident and Ill Health Reporting ØInternal and External Audits ØThe School Safety Adviser ØAnnual School H&S Report Monitoring Health and Safety Performance

University Court (through the Principal) Head of College University Health and Safety Committee (convened University Court (through the Principal) Head of College University Health and Safety Committee (convened by DOCS) Head of School Head of Division/Institute/Unit/etc. Head of Section/Research Group/PIs Individual Workers University Management Structure School/Institute Health and Safety Committee, Safety Adviser

“Heads of College…. are responsible to the University Court…. for the management of health “Heads of College…. are responsible to the University Court…. for the management of health and safety matters within the area of the University under their control. Whilst retaining this management responsibility to Court, Heads of College are required to delegate duties to, and place management responsibilities upon, Heads of School…. ”. The Keynote Guide to the University Health and Safety Policy, 2004 Head of College - Responsibilities

“Heads of School, and managers of other equivalent autonomous Units, etc, are responsible…. , “Heads of School, and managers of other equivalent autonomous Units, etc, are responsible…. , to the University Court for the management of health and safety matters within the area of the University under their control. Heads of School (or equivalent) are required to ensure that local policies and practices for the effective management of health and safety, at School level and below, are in place and are published”. The Keynote Guide to the University Health and Safety Policy, 2004 Written Health and Safety Policy Effectiveness of Policy - monitoring Information, instruction, training, supervision Appointment of School Safety Adviser Head of School - Responsibilities

Health and Safety Dept. Colleagues SSA Head of School Safety Adviser - Responsibilities Other Health and Safety Dept. Colleagues SSA Head of School Safety Adviser - Responsibilities Other Schools

Occupational Health Unit Bio. Safety Unit Radiation Protection Unit Fire Safety Unit Health and Occupational Health Unit Bio. Safety Unit Radiation Protection Unit Fire Safety Unit Health and Safety Office Training & Audit Unit Occupational Hygiene Unit Health and Safety Department Structure

Contacts: 651 4255 Health. Safety@ed. ac. uk Fire@ed. ac. uk Occupational. Health@ed. ac. uk Contacts: 651 4255 Health. [email protected] ac. uk [email protected] ac. uk Occupational. [email protected] ac. uk Safety. [email protected] ac. uk Occupational. Hygiene @ed. ac. uk Biosafety @ed. ac. uk Radiation @ed. ac. uk Health and Safety Department

Annual MOT Test Accident due to mechanical failure Injury to driver, passengers, pedestrians Inspection Annual MOT Test Accident due to mechanical failure Injury to driver, passengers, pedestrians Inspection of safety devices brakes steering lights seat belts Risk Assessment Written records Reviewed annually

Hazard - something with the potential to cause harm Risk - the likelihood that Hazard - something with the potential to cause harm Risk - the likelihood that harm will occur Risk Assessment – hazard and risk

Who carries out the risk assessment? Competent person Suitably qualified Experience Training Risk Assessment Who carries out the risk assessment? Competent person Suitably qualified Experience Training Risk Assessment

Identify the hazards Identify those at risk Evaluate the risks and implement controls where Identify the hazards Identify those at risk Evaluate the risks and implement controls where necessary Record your findings Review the assessment Risk Assessment

A reasonable attempt, following the “ 5 steps” procedure Reasonable precautions have been put A reasonable attempt, following the “ 5 steps” procedure Reasonable precautions have been put in place, leaving remaining risk as “Low” Good records available for future reference Risk Assessment

General Display Screen Equipment Manual Handling COSHH Fieldwork Genetic modification Noise Fire Lone working General Display Screen Equipment Manual Handling COSHH Fieldwork Genetic modification Noise Fire Lone working Risk Assessment - different types

Colleagues Suppliers -equipment -chemicals Trade Unions / Professional Bodies Health and Safety Department -Legislation Colleagues Suppliers -equipment -chemicals Trade Unions / Professional Bodies Health and Safety Department -Legislation and Codes of Practice -Health and Safety Policy WWW / SAFENET Sources of information

Health and Safety Department web site: http: //www. safety. ed. ac. uk/ Health and Safety Department web site: http: //www. safety. ed. ac. uk/

Legal requirement Individual remedial action University wide view Accident and Incident Reporting Legal requirement Individual remedial action University wide view Accident and Incident Reporting

Accident type Accident and Incident Statistics 1999 - 2000 other explosion poisoning/infection electrical machinery Accident type Accident and Incident Statistics 1999 - 2000 other explosion poisoning/infection electrical machinery traffic disease fires sports hot/cold contact spillages/releases animals glass/sharps cuts hand tools striking against/ by objects handling slips/trips/falls % of total accidents 20 15 10 5 total number = 529