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  • Health & Safety Documents - Emergency contacts list
    Emergency contacts listWhen something goes wrong it's useful to have a list of telephone numbers to hand so that staff can obtain help quickly. Use our emergency contacts list to create such a document.What's covered?The form includes the following sections:responsible person (manager and advisor)emergency servicesenforcing authoritiesmedical servicesfire and security servicespractical assistanceinsurersother emergency contacts.Fill in the site address and telephone details at the top of the form then work through...
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  • Health & Safety Documents - Responsible person role and authorisation
    Responsible person role and authorisationThe Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 introduced the role of "responsible person" (RP) and made it clear that all employers automatically take on this role in respect of their premises and activities. Responsible person roleTo ensure compliance, it's good practice to appoint a senior manager or director to take overall responsibility for fire safety on the premises. This should ensure compliance with the RP responsibilities on behalf of the employing organisation....
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  • Health & Safety Documents - Fire log book contents list
    Fire log book contents listTraditionally, businesses have kept all of their fire records together in a fire log book. Our template fire log book contents list tells you what to include.Why keep one?A fire log book is a folder where you keep all of the evidence which relates to the management of fire safety in a building and which the fire and rescue service and insurance company auditors may ask to see. So by following this method of record keeping, you will be able to satisfy their questions swiftly. You can...
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  • Health & Safety Documents - Visitor record book
    Visitor record bookKeeping track of visitors and making them aware of your fire procedures is a must. You can achieve both using a visitor record book.Sign in here pleaseWe appreciate that asking visitors to sign in when they arrive at your premises isn't a new concept, but it's something that many organisations fail to do - they just don't see the point. However, unless your business is very small, there's value in knowing who is on your site. AwarenessThe primary reason is to help you to evacuate your premises...
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  • Health & Safety Documents - Visitor identification card
    Visitor identification cardIf you have visitors on your site then you'll need to ensure they're accounted for and evacuated in the event of a fire. To do this you should have a formal system in place, which all of your staff are aware of and follow at all times. For it to be effective it should be as simple as possible for all parties.Identification cardIdentifying who is a visitor is often a major problem, especially if you have many staff. To manage this, use our Visitor Identification Card. This is a simple...
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