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 WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
COMPLYING WITH COSHH (CONTROL OF SUBSTANCES HAZARDOUS TO HEALTH)
TO ALL PERSONNEL
To comply with COSHH Regulations of 2002 please pay particular attention to any container or product bearing any of the symbols illustrated
ALWAYS
Follow departmental instructions for the protection of your health and safety
Hazard symbols most commonly encountered
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW KNOW YOUR GHS AND CHIP WARNING SYMBOLS
The Globally Harmonized Systems (GHS) of classification and labelling of chemicals was introduced in 2009 and sees the gradual phasing out of the orange and black CHIP labels. This poster has been designed to help personnel identify the hazardous nature of chemicals through recognition of the symbols shown below.
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW BURNS AND SCALDS
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW EMERGENCY RESUSCITATION SUITABLE FOR ELECTRIC SHOCK
ACT IMMEDIATELY DELAY IS FATAL
• Do not touch the casualty whilst unprotected. Shout for assistance and make sure the emergency services are called. If possible turn the electrical supply off without endangering yourself, do so immediately.
• Isolate the injured person(s). If it is not possible to switch off the supply, protect yourself by
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• Ensure emergency services are contacted and then commence steps of resuscitation until professional help arrives.
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400 x 600mm Complying with COSHH
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW SAFE USE OF RACKING
400 x 600mm
KNOW YOUR STEPS PROMPT ACTION CAN SAVE LIVES
WSK10 400 x 600mm Emergency Resuscitation PH240 Class C Photoluminescent 1mm rigid plastic
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW STAYING HEALTHY USING VDU’S
THE EMPLOYEE MUST:
Screens:
• Take a break from your screen (short, frequent breaks are better than
longer, infrequent ones).
• Arrange your workspace to avoid the glare of lights on screen. • Adjust the brightness and contract on screen.
• Users eyes should be the same height as the top of the screen.
Mouse:
• Don’t grip the mouse too hard.
• Use the elbow as well as the wrist to move the mouse around.
Chair:
• Change your position on a regular basis.
• Ensure that they small of the back is supported by the chair and that
you are sitting upright.
Keyboard:
• Keep a space on the desk in front of your keyboard to allow you to rest your wrists occasionally.
• Forearms should be roughly horizontal.
WSK17 400 x 600mm Staying Healthy Using VDU’s
WSK7a
WSK8
SUPPLIED BY: LAST INSPECTED:
DATE:
MAX SHELF LOAD - KGS
REF NO:
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW DRUG ABUSE AND THE WORKPLACE
Illegal (and legal drugs such as alcohol) can affect people physically, mentally and emotionally. Illegal drugs appearing in Class A, B or C of the misuse of drugs act carry severe penalties which can include confiscation of possessions, property and money. Offenders also face the prospect of long term imprisonment.
IT AFFECTS YOU
• Sudden mood changes.
• Unusual irritability or aggression
• A tendency to become confused.
• Impaired job performance.
• Poor time keeping.
• Increased short-term sickness absence.
• A deterioration in relationships with colleagues, customers or management.
IT AFFECTS OTHERS
• Drug abusers are not dependable colleagues.
• Due to inconsistent behaviour, work colleagues attitudes change and relationships breakdown. • Friends are often stolen from to support the habit.
IT AFFECTS YOUR JOB
• Judgement and decisions are affected and may jeopardise your safety and those around you. • Performance within the workplace is undermined affecting your prospects and earnings.
• Concentration is lost whilst focus is centered elsewhere.
DRUG ABUSE ALWAYS HAS CONSEQUENCES
WSK15 400 x 600mm Drug Abuse & The Workplace
Refer to technical data and drawings for maximum safe load. Never alter the structure without obtaining prior approval from the supplier and checking the effects against the supplier's technical data. Ensure you are trained in the correct use of the equipment.
Regular inspections must be carried out to ensure correct use and application of equipment. Loads must be within allowable and safe limits. Check for accidental packing damage, misplaced loads or structural movement. If in doubt always contact your supplier.
Do not climb on racking Report any damaged racking
WSK14 400 x 600mm Safe Use Of Racking
THE CONSTRUCTION (DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT) REGULATIONS 2015 These regulations came into force on 6 April 2015 consisting of 5 parts:
Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 -
Part 4 - Part 5 -
The interpretation and application of the regulations.
Client duties in relation to managing construction projects.
Health & Safety duties and roles of the designers and
contractors relating to the construction phase plan.
Contains general requirements that apply to all construction sites. Contains the transitional arrangements and revocations
CDM 2015 improves Health & Safety in construction by helping to:
• Sensibly plan the work so the risks involved are managed from start to finish.
• Have the right people for the right job at the right time.
• Cooperating and coordinate your work with others.
• Have the right information about the risks and how they are being managed.
• Communicate this information effectively to those who need to know.
• Consult and engage with workers about the risks and how they are being managed.
A Guide to Part 2
For all construction projects, commercial clients musts:
• Make suitable arrangements for managing their project, enabling those carrying it out to manage H&S risks in a proportionate way. These arrangements include:
• Appointing the contractors and designers to the project (including the principal designer and principal contractor on projects involving more than one contractor) while making sure they have the skills, knowledge, experience and organisational capability.
• Allowing sufficient time and resources for each stage of the project.
• Making sure that any principal designer and principal contractor appointed
carry out their duties in managing the project.
• Making sure suitable welfare facilities are provided for the duration of the project.
• Maintain and review the management arrangements for the duration of the project.
• Provide pre-construction information to every designer and contractor either
bidding for the work or already appointed to the project.
• Ensure that the principal contractor or contractor (for single contractor projects)
prepares a construction phase plan before that phase begins.
• Ensure that the principal designer prepares a health and safety file for the project
and that is revised as necessary and made available to anyone who needs it for subsequent work at the side.
The CDM Construction Regulations
Remains the cornerstone of the continuous improvement of health, safety & welfare on site.
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Hazard: Explosive
GHS Symbol CHIP Symbol
Hazard Class and Category Unstable explosives
Explosives of Divisions: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 Self reactive substances and mixtures, Types A, B
Organic peroxides, Types A, B
Hazard: Compressed Gas GHS Symbol
Hazard Class and Category Gases under pressure:
- Compressed gases
- Liquefied gases
- Refrigerated Liquefied gases
- Dissolved gases
Hazard: Irritant
GHS Symbol CHIP Symbol
HARMFUL
IRRITANT
Hazard Class and Category Acute toxicity (oral, dermal,
inhalation), category 4
Skin irritation, category 2
Eye irritation, category 2
Skin sensitisation, category 1 Specific Target Organ Toxicity - Single exposure, category 3
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Hazard: Flammable
GHS Symbol CHIP Symbol
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Organic peroxides, Types B, C, D, E, F
Hazard: Corrosives
Hazard: Oxidising
Place the burnt area under cool or luke warm running water immediately for at least 20 minutes. If it is a serious burn ensure an ambulance is called.
If possible remove any items that may prevent swelling to burnt area i.e. Belt, Boots, Watches or Rings.
Place a clean, sterile dressing over the burnt area or cover the burn with cling film in a layer rather than wrapping around the limb. Check that if required an ambulance has been called and check that the accident has been reported to the correct individuals.
DO NOT apply any lotion, ointments or creams.
DO NOT attempt to remove any item of clothing that may be sticking to the burnt area.
DO NOT touch or place anything other than a sterile dressing
on a burn.
DO NOT burst any blisters that may form on or around the wound.
EMERGENCY INFORMATION
Hospital Tel: Doctor Tel: Nearest First Aid: Your First Aider is:
400 x 600mm Burns & Scalds
PH239 Class C Photoluminescent
1mm rigid plastic
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW THE PROVISION AND USE OF WORK EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS 1998
These regulations deal with the work equipment and machinery used every day in workplaces and aims to keep people safe wherever equipment and machinery is used at work. PUWER replaces the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1992.
GENERAL PROVISIONS:
• Protection must exist against wear and tear of equipment.
• Under no circumstances must breakdown or damage of the control
systems result in danger.
• Maintenance work must be able to be carried out without any risk of danger.
• Risk prevention of fire, over-heating, discharge of gas, dust or other substance,
explosion or contact with electricity is paramount.
MAIN PROVISIONS:
• The employer must ensure that:
• Measures are in place to minimise risks.
• Fully trained personnel should only be allowed to use equipment
where there is a specific risk.
• Work equipment provided must be suitable, maintained and used without risks.
The employee must:
• Advise the relevant parties of unsafe equipment.
• Ensure that their own and their colleagues equipment are treated with care.
WSK16 400 x 600mm
The Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998
GHS Symbol
CHIP Symbol FLAHMIGMHALBYLE
FELXATMRMEMAEBLYE
GHS Symbol
CHIP Symbol TOXIC
HARMFUL
Hazard Class and Category Corrosive to metals, category 1
Skin corrosion, categories
1A, 1B, 1C
Serious eye damage, category 1 Hazard: Irritant
Hazard Class and Category Acute toxicity (oral, dermal, inhalation), categories 1, 2, 3
Hazard: Irritant
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YOUR PROMPT ACTION CAN PREVENT SERIOUS INJURY OR EVEN DEATH!
GHS Symbol
CHIP Symbol TOXIC
IRRITANT
GHS Symbol
CHIP Symbol
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Reproductive toxicity, categories 1A, 1B, 2
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Aspiration Hazard, category 1
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- Acute hazard, category 1
- Chronic hazard, categories 1, 2
GHS Symbol
CHIP Symbol
OXIDISING Hazard Class and Category
Oxidising gases, category 1 Oxidising liquids, categories 1, 2, 3
Hazard: Toxic
STEPS OF RESUSCITATION
STEP 1 - AIRWAY
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STEP 3 - CIRCULATION
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