Unger Liquid FR100 FR500 85542D 855421 85542G FG050 MSDS EU_EN 20150812
The purpose of this report was to provide an overview of the most important issues related to occupational safety and health for cleaning workers, to highlight the main trends and issues regarding the working conditions, hazard exposure and health outcomes, to identify gaps in knowledge and information available, and to formulate recommendations for future studies.
The regulations set out requirements for the management of risks from working at height. They apply to all employers, and self employed persons responsible for work at height and to any person other than a self employed person in relation to work by a person under his control to the extent of his control (for…
SCHEDULE 1 REQUIREMENTS FOR EXISTING PLACES OF WORK AND MEANS OF ACCESS OR EGRESS AT HEIGHT SCHEDULE 2 REQUIREMENTS FOR GUARD-RAILS, TOE-BOARDS, BARRIERS AND SIMILAR COLLECTIVE MEANS OF PROTECTION
For each step, consider what is reasonably practicable and use ‘collective protection’ before ‘personal protection’
This brief guide describes what you, as an employer, need to do to protect your employees from falls from height. It will also be useful to employees and their representatives.
Musculoskeletal disorders amongst window cleaners using both traditional methods and Long Pole Window Cleaning
The repetitive movements and manual handling required by window cleaning operatives have long caused those in the industry to be concerned about the prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders among operatives.
HSE now operates a Fee for Intervention (FFI) cost recovery scheme, which came into effect on 1 October 2012. Under The Health and Safety (Fees) Regulations 2012, those who break health and safety laws are liable for recovery of HSE’s related costs, including inspection, investigation and taking enforcement action. Download the pdf file. Why is…
Work related case studies