Everyone has the right to work in a safe environment, supported by adequate training and equipment. Under the law, employees are protected should they choose to walk out of the workplace due to unsafe conditions, something which saw a significant increase during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Health and safety software is a centralised, cloud-based system that allows companies to organise and share compliance data, activities, and reports. Using health and safety software to manage compliance is the simplest way to remain on top of the ever-changing regulations and rules that influence your business practices.
Be-Safe are delighted to be attending the Safety and Health Expo at the Excel in London on the 17th - 19th May. Come and see us at stand SH1260 in the North Hall!
Heightened awareness of the risks associated with the Coronavirus has shone a spotlight on Health and Safety practices within the workplace in a way few things ever have, and prompted a revolutionary wave in worker welfare innovation. As a result, organisations that responded to the pandemic by doubling down on their commitment to employee safety frequently report a more healthy and resilient workforce.
The Health and Safety Executive's annual report on Health and Safety Statistics is essential reading for any business looking to understand the associated risks of their workplace. The HSE's latest findings report 1.7 million people suffering from work-related illnesses. When we dive deeper into that figure, an alarming trend reveals itself.
Managing compliance with EHS software is the best way to stay up-to-date with the ever-changing regulations and advisories that affect your company. By using automated business intelligence to generate in-depth and accurate reports, EHS software can provide companies with innovative digital solutions, making it easier than ever to ensure they are meeting regulatory, industry health, environment safety, and risk management compliances.
Maintaining a safe and healthy workplace isn’t just a suggestion; it’s the law. Even though your employees share some responsibility for the safety of themselves and others, it is ultimately up to you to make sure risks are kept to a minimum, and no one is harmed.
It’s easy to guard against the obvious dangers, but without proper health and safety training and protocols in place, you run the risk of leaving your workers vulnerable to hidden hazards.
We’ve reached the time of year where the mornings are dark, the nights are even darker, and the hours that stretch between are either cold, wet, or some combination of the two.