Discover more on employees’ rights during hot and cold weather conditions with our guide that’s designed to equip employers with the knowledge they need to ensure their workforce’s health and safety.
We’ve compiled 7 of the most common health and safety hazards for hair and beauty salons to help you keep your clients and employees safe.
Manual handling is a critical aspect of workplace safety, yet in the UK it accounts for nearly a fifth of all workplace injuries.
If you are offering your employees the use of a company car as part of an employee incentive arrangement package it is essential to have a company car policy to protect the business.
One of the most challenging issues an employer can face is managing an employee who has developed an alcohol problem. Attendance is likely to be affected, and the employee’s quality and volume of work can be negatively impacted by their alcohol dependence. Depending on the severity of the situation, this could create a negative atmosphere […]
Understanding the importance of consulting employees on health and safety is a crucial aspect of running a successful business in the UK. Adhering to regulations such as the Health and Safety (Consultation with Employees) Regulations 1996 and the Safety Representatives and Safety Committees Regulations 1977, not only ensures legal compliance but also brings numerous benefits […]
As an employer, you have legal obligations to inform your employees about health and safety laws and regulations. One key requirement of this is displaying the approved Health and Safety Law Poster in a visible location in your workplace. What Is The Health & Safety Law Poster? The Health and Safety Law Poster is a […]
As a UK employer, providing proper safety signage in your workplace is a legal requirement that brings important benefits. Failure to follow safety signage regulations can put your business at risk of fines, tribunals, and accidents. Stay on top of H&S with our fixed-fee service This article will overview the key regulations and best practices […]
UK legislation places a legal obligation on employers to provide employees with a safe and healthy work environment. In order to fulfil your legal obligations, you need to nominate someone ‘competent’ in charge of Health and Safety.
As a business owner or manager responsible for employees’ health and safety, it’s crucial you understand LOcHER and how it can be applied to improve risk management. LOcHER – which stands for Learning Occupational Health by Experiencing Risks – is an innovative approach to teaching health and safety that engages employees and helps them retain […]