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  • Health & Safety Documents - Safety meeting minutes
    Safety meeting minutesIf you have health and safety issues to discuss, you may want to do so in a formal meeting. Use our form to complete detailed meeting minutes. Record of eventsTo maximise the impact of your meeting, keep formal Safety Meeting Minutes. Use our form to identify who has attended the meeting, and more. The document asks for details of your organisation, and for confirmation of the time and place the meeting was held. There is space for you to add the names of the attendees and their role in...
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  • Health & Safety Documents - Flow chart - appointing members to a health and safety committee
    Flow chart - Appointing members to a health & safety committeeIf you're thinking of setting up a health and safety committee, there are various considerations to be taken into account including legislation to comply with. To guide you through the process, follow our flow chart. When to form a committeeA health and safety committee can be the most effective way of receiving input from staff on the important matters which affect them. In terms of the legal requirements, it's a little complicated. All employers...
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  • Health & Safety Documents - Consultation
    Safety briefing - consultationThis briefing describes how employees can benefit from an employer's health and safety consultation procedure. What's covered?The aim of this Safety Briefing - Consultation is to introduce the concept of consultation to employees and help them to understand how they can use the process to influence health, safety and welfare at work. What must you be consulted about?Our document summarises the statutory topics which an employer must consult on. These include major planned changes...
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  • Health & Safety Documents - Consultation policy
    Consultation policyAll employers have a duty to consult with their staff on health and safety matters. Our policy provides a path through the somewhat confusing legislation. The lawThe legal requirement to consult with workers is well established. The Safety Representatives and Safety Committees Regulations 1977 (SRSCR), which are still in force today, gave workers the right to appoint representatives. However, the SRSCR, only apply to organisations where there is a recognised trade union. The rights of non-unionised...
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