Health and Safety Documents Template Kit
Immediate download. Also compatible with OpenOffice (Free)
Employers have many responsibilities.
These 17 documents make fulfilling them a little easier.
These 17 documents include:
- Risk Assessment Template 1 (MS Word)
- Risk Assessment Template 2 (MS Excel)
- Risk Assessment Example (MS Word)
The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 mean that it is essential that you carry out a risk assessment before undertaking work. Many commercial customers will ask you to provide this risk assessment in writing. Risk assessment boils down to basic common sense. These templates make documenting a risk assessment very simple.
- Method Statement Template (MS Word)
- Method Statement Example (MS Excel)
A method statement accompanies the risk assessment. It explains how you intend to carry out the job in harmony with the findings of the risk assessment. Writing a method statement is much easier with the use of this template and example.
- Health and Safety Policy 1 (MS Word)
- Health and Safety Policy 2 (MS Word)
- Health and Safety Policy 3 (MS Word)
If you have 5 or more employees then by law you are required to have a Health and Safety Policy Statement. Even if you don’t employ 5 or more, you may be asked to provide a health and safety policy statement when tendering for work. Adapt these examples to your own policies.
- Ladder Use Policy (MS Word)
Make sure employees are fully aware of your policy regarding use of ladders in line with the Working at Heeight Regulations 2005.
- Ladder Safety Checklist (MS Word)
This checklist helps employers to inspect and maintain ladders. Under PUWER (Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998) an employer has the responsibliity to inspect and maintain such equipment to ensure that they are safe to use.
- Working at Height Permit (MS Word)
This permit-to-work form allows work to start only after safe procedures have been defined. It provides a clear record that all foreseeable hazards have been considered before commencing work.
- Training Policy (MS Word)
The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 requires employers to provide adequate training to their staff. This policy example shows how you intend to fulfill those responsibilities.
- New Employee Induction Checklist (MS Word)
When new employees start, use this checklist as a record of training and instruction provided and as a reminder of what training the employee may need to receive.
- Company Rules for Health and Safety at Work (MS Word)
Show new employees and existing staff that you take health and safety seriously. This document make it clear that blatant disregard for health and safety at work rules will not be tolerated.
- Reporting Health and Safety Incidents Policy (MS Word)
Under RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995) all accidents occurring during working hours should be recorded. This example policy outlines who is responsible for recording accidents, when they should be reported and which incidents should be reported to the Incident Contact Centre.
- Accident Report Form (MS Word)
Use this form for the recording of accidents in line with RIDDOR and the above Health and Safety Incidents Policy.
- First Aid Policy (MS Word)
The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 oblige employers to provide suitable first aid arrangements in the case of their staff or visitors requiring treatment. This example policy outlines general procedure and responsibilies.
Please note that these are Microsoft Word or Excel documents.
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