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COSHH / SDS
Every UK organisation must comply with the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations 2002. The Regulations cover all hazardous substances, outlining how to define and manage them effectively. Read more…
Method Statements enable organisations to document the way in which a specific working activity is completed – covering the people involved, equipment, training, operations and potential hazards, protective measures and emergency procedures. Read more…
The Law requires employers to carry out a Fire Risk Assessment of the workplace, taking into consideration all employees and other people who may be affected by a fire, and making adequate provision for disabled people with special needs. Read more…
Logbook and Checklists
Logbooks and Checklists are an essential part of many business activities, not just those that are Health and Safety related. Very often they are paper-based, easily forgotten, only available for review at the location in which they are stored, or vulnerable to being misplaced or accidentally damaged. Read more…
Business assets have an economic value, requiring careful maintenance, which can be complex. AssessNET’s entirely unique Asset Management Module helps manage, and in many cases automate, the day-to-day management of both tangible and intangible assets. Read more…
AssessNET has been successfully deployed across a wide range of industry sectors, building lasting relationships. We are dedicated to working closely with you to successfully migrate your data into your new AssessNET EHS software solution, whatever business you are in.
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What are your thoughts on this? Is this an overreaction from the council or a sensible health and safety decision? Ringwood Town Council has announced workers in the town centre will no longer be using ladders to put up advertising, as they have been deemed too unsafe. #safety