With one in four people suffering from mental health problems, THSP Risk Management want to work towards ensuring that everyone has positive mental wellbeing at their workplace.
Regulation 6 of COSHH requires an employer to formally assess all operations and/or processes which are liable to cause exposure to hazardous substances.
Lack of management training has been highlighted in a recent inquiry into small businesses and productivity carried out by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
Ensuring that your team are working safely whilst remaining compliant with health and safety regulations can be a challenge for most businesses.
Manual handling relates to the moving of items either by lifting, lowering, carrying, pushing or pulling. Accidents involving manual handling can have a long-lasting impact on personal and professional lives.
HSE data shows that between April 2017 and March 2018, 144 workers were fatally injured at work. That is 144 too many! Let’s work together to get this to 0.
For many years now, THSP has invested in the training and development of its people. Through this, THSP ensures that all staff are trained to the highest standards, are fully qualified and members of relevant professional bodies.
Everyone seems to know the score, and when it comes to health and safety we know you’ve probably heard it all before. But on a serious note, THSP believe that everyone should come home safely after a hard day’s work.
Is it fair to deny the right of appeal where the employer mistakenly but reasonably believes that the employee no longer has the right to work in the UK?
Can an employer reasonably dismiss for serious rather than gross misconduct even if there have been no prior warnings? Theoretically yes, said the Employment Appeal Tribunal this month.