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1 Áine Coady NEBOSH Dip, BA Legal Studies, OFA Instructor

2  Provide a Health and Safety Statement  Carry out site specific risk assessments The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005

3  The Hazards identified and Risk Assessed in the workplace  The protective and preventative measures taken and the resources provided  Emergency plans and procedures  Duties of the employees  Names of job titles and positions of anyone assigned with safety responsibilities Safety Statement

4  Chemicals  Drug and Alcohol policy  Security Policy  Personal Protective Equipment  First Aid Equipment guidelines  Disciplinary and Grievance procedure  Dignity at Work Charter Safety Statement

5 Identify hazard Assess the risk Control Measures Understanding Risk Assessments

6  Identify the hazards in the workplaces  Assess the risks to safety and health at work presented by these hazards  Put control measures in place to reduce the hazard causing harm  Monitor and review the hazard and control measures Risk Assessments

7 HAZARDRISK/CONSEQUENCERISK RATINGPERSON AT RISKCONTROL MEASURES Portable Oxygen Cylinder Fire, Explosion, projectile objects, serious personal injury Medium Staff, Patients Members of the public Portable Oxygen Cylinder to be stored in a upright, secure setting where there is no risk of tipping or crashing to the ground. Oxygen tanks are used by applying a regulator, which allows for the release of the gas at a controlled rate. Caution must be applied when changing this regulator (dangerous projectile objects). Empty tanks must be disposed of as per manufactures instructions. No Smoking around any oxygen source. Needle Stick Boxes/Sharps Box Needle stick injury, Disease, HIV, HEP C, HEP B, High Staff, Patients, Never over fill a Sharps box. Wear PPE gear at all times. Always wear 2 pairs of gloves, and gown when dealing with blood/needles. Always have sharps box to hand when dealing with needles to avoid walking with needle to locate the box. Spillages Contamination, Falling, Minor personal injury Medium Staff, Patients Nursing equipment and materials, tools and small surfaces are cleaned with 70% alcohol. Large surfaces such as floors are disinfected with a chlorine solution ppm. Always wear PPE gear (Gloves) when cleaning spillages containing bodily fluid. Seal off the area after cleaning and toughly disinfect. Cables and socketsSlips, Trips, Falls, Minor Personal Injury,LowStaff Patients Ensure no cables or leads are trawling along the floor. Plugs should be checked to ensure that they are correctly fused for the appliance that connects to it, i.e. desk lamp- 3amps, electrical heaters-13 amps, VDU’s- 13 amps. Plug casings should be regularly checked and replaced if defective. Sockets should not be overloaded. Risk Assessment

8  Consultation with employees  Inform workers on their duties  Implementation and Enforcement  Updates yearly or when conditions change Monitor and Review

9 Avril Clinch MBS, BSc, Dip. Emp Law

10 Are you Employment Law Complaint???

11 Contracts of Employment Permanent ContractFixed Term Casual ContractSpecific Purpose Terms of Employment (Information) Acts 1994 and 2001  8 weeks

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13 Written Policies and Procedures  Code of Practice: Grievance and Disciplinary Procedures  Bullying and Harassment  Equality Procedure  Internet and Electronic Communications Policy

14 Written Policies and Procedures  Drug and Alcohol Policy  Telephone triage/Medical advice  Prescriptions  Patient records  Billing Protocol  Dress Code

15 Annual Holidays & Public Holidays Annual Leave Entitlements  4 working weeks (1365 hours)  1/3 Working week (117 hours)  8% of all hours worked (max 4 weeks)  Timing of annual leave  Payment of annual leave Public Holidays  9 Statutory Public Holidays  Different to Bank Holidays  Full-time v Part-time Records

16 Hours of Work Maximum average working week is 48hrs and 13hrs daily Rest Periods  Daily: 11 consecutive hours  Weekly: 24 hours Rest Breaks  A 15-minute break if working 4.5 hours  A 30-minute break if working six hours Double Employment Records

17 Leave Entitlements  Compassionate leave*  Force Majeure Leave  Maternity/Adoptive leave  Parental Leave  Carers Leave  Jury Service

18 Records  Recruitment  Training  Working hours  Holidays and Public holidays  Statutory Breaks  Wages Records

19 Thank You!!


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