Why should you buy Jordan Publishing Health and Safety Management
This loose-leaf explains the law clearly and shows how to apply it in practice.
Written by experts with a unique range of experience including enforcement, policy making and health and safety practice in the work place, they have produced a guide that makes following the regulations easy.
Table of contents
Issue 41 June 2018Competent advice
Further information has been provided on the selection of competent persons to provide health and safety assistance.
Construction (Design and Management) Regulations
The section on managing construction works has been updated to take account of the developing role of client CDM advisers in the construction process.
Fee for Intervention
The latest changes to the ’Fee for Intervention’ scheme by the HSE have been included.
Health and safety law
The explanation on ’vicarious liability’ has been expanded.
Health and safety notices
Additional information has been provided in relation to the service and appeal procedures for health and safety enforcement notices.
Health and safety statistics
The Introduction has been updated with the latest health and safety statistics for the United Kingdom.
Health and safety reporting
Additional guidance has been provided on the inclusion of health and safety in company annual reports.
Reference is now made to the recently introduced new class of ladders.
Further information has been provided on legal privilege, following developments in a Supreme Court case.
Mechanical handling equipment
Additional information on the use and maintenance of mechanical handling and lifting equipment has been provided. Additional guidance on the use of MEWPS has also been provided.
Personal injury claims
The information in Chapter A1 covering how to deal with personal injury claims has been revised and updated.
These sections have been updated to reflect the latest guidance.
Additional guidance has been provided concerning ’Weekly rest breaks’. This follows recent clarification in the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Table of Statutes
Table of Statutory Instruments
Table of European Instruments
Table of Abbreviations
Part 1 - Law and Practice
• Health and Safety Law
• Health and Safety Management
• Health and Safety Policy Statement
• Risk Assessment
Part 2 - Individual Topics
• Accidents and First Aid
• Asbestos Management in Buildings
• Display Screen Equipment
• Electrical Safety
• Fire Safety
• Manual Handling and Ergonomics
• Mechanical Handling and Lifting Equipment
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Substances Hazardous to Health
• Work Equipment
• Workplace Safety and Welfare
Part 3 - Reference Materials
• Lone Working/Violence
• Artificial Optical Radiation