- 1 Who do you report safety issues to?
- 2 Who is responsible for safety on site?
- 3 Who is responsible for ensuring the safety of your working environment?
- 4 How do I report a safety issue at work?
- 5 How do you anonymously report health and safety?
- 6 How do I complain about my health and safety issues?
- 7 What is a high risk construction activity?
- 8 What are the top 10 safety risks in construction?
- 9 What is considered high risk work?
- 10 What are the 4 main objectives of the Health and Safety at Work Act?
- 11 What are the 7 types of hazards?
- 12 What are your responsibilities regarding health and safety?
- 13 What are the 4 workers rights?
- 14 What should you do if you are seriously concerned about a safety hazard in the workplace?
- 15 What are some workplace safety issues?
Who do you report safety issues to?
If you think health and safety laws are being broken, putting you or others at risk of serious harm, you can report your concerns to the HSE (or the local authority). Reporting concerns to the HSE can be done through an online form or via telephone.
Who is responsible for safety on site?
A division of the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA is a small federal regulatory agency responsible for ensuring the health and safety of 130 million workers at more than eight million job sites.
Who is responsible for ensuring the safety of your working environment?
It is an employer’s duty to protect the health, safety and welfare of their employees and other people who might be affected by their business. Employers must do whatever is reasonably practicable to achieve this.
How do I report a safety issue at work?
To discuss a health and safety issue at work, contact OSHA toll-free at 1-800-321-6742 (OSHA) or by email, or contact your nearest OSHA office. Your information will be kept confidential.
How do you anonymously report health and safety?
HSE advises concerned workers to report using the online form. It also says that they don’t have to fill in their name and contact details. Alternatively, they can call 0300 003 1647 and an officer will take them through the form over the phone – but again they do not have to disclose their name and contact details.
How do I complain about my health and safety issues?
Making a complaint To make a complaint, contact the Health and Safety Team on 01708 434343.
What is a high risk construction activity?
involves a risk of a person falling more than 2 m. is carried out on a telecommunication tower. involves demolition of an element of a structure that is load-bearing. involves demolition of an element of a structure that is related to the physical integrity of the structure.
What are the top 10 safety risks in construction?
The top ten risks and hazards from working on construction sites are:
- Slips, trips, and falls.
- Hand arm vibration syndrome.
- Material and manual handling.
- Collapsing trenches.
- Airborne fibres and materials.
What is considered high risk work?
A high risk work licence is required to operate some machinery, erect scaffolding or undertake dogging or rigging work. In this section you will find all the information you need to apply for a high risk work licence and remain compliant with health and safety laws.
What are the 4 main objectives of the Health and Safety at Work Act?
provide a safe place of employment. provide a safe working environment. provide a written safety policy/risk assessment.
What are the 7 types of hazards?
The six main categories of hazards are:
- Biological. Biological hazards include viruses, bacteria, insects, animals, etc., that can cause adverse health impacts.
- Chemical. Chemical hazards are hazardous substances that can cause harm.
What are your responsibilities regarding health and safety?
Under health and safety law, the primary responsibility for this is down to employers. Worker s have a duty to take care of their own health and safety and that of others who may be affected by your actions at work. Workers must co-operate with employers and co-workers to help everyone meet their legal requirements.
What are the 4 workers rights?
These rights are: The right to know what hazards are present in the workplace; The right to participate in keeping your workplace healthy and safe; and. The right to refuse work that you believe to be dangerous to yourself or your co- workers.
What should you do if you are seriously concerned about a safety hazard in the workplace?
If you spot something you think might be hazardous in your workplace, report it to your employer and safety rep straight away. Your employer should then decide what harm the hazard could cause and take action to eliminate, prevent or reduce that harm.
What are some workplace safety issues?
- Common types of safety hazards in the workplace are: • Slips, trips and falls.
- Slips, Trips and Falls. • Bad housekeeping and poor drainage can make floors and other walking surfaces wet.
- Fire and Explosions.
- Transportation and Vehicle-Related Accidents.
- Confined Spaces.