Constructions sites are more frequently featuring in the media regarding fatalities on site and serious injuries that have occurred. Management have obligations not only to notify the police but also the Health and Safety Executive. In serious cases, both attend on site immediately and not only check procedures and training manuals, but also speak with staff in order to obtain statements and assess the circumstances relating to the incident.
Nicholls & Nicholls can offer training and workshops in some of the following areas:
- When to notify the HSE of an incident on site.
- General procedures that occur when a serious incident occurs on site
- Obligations of the individual when considering the most common Health and Safety regulations.
- Obligations of the management when considering the most common Health and Safety regulations.
- What happens if you don’t follow the regulations?
- What happens if you do not comply with your obligations as a member of staff?
- What happens if you do not comply with your obligations as a manager?
- What to do if the HSE and Police attend on site
- Significant Witness statements- what are they and when are they required?
- What happens when the Police investigate a Health and Safety breach
- Criminal proceedings relating to Health and Safety breaches and likely sentences
If you have a specific area or information that would like to be presented to staff and management that isn’t in the above list, contact us to discuss this further as workshops can be catered to the needs of the business.