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The Owner will give information and the Manager will give training on how to comply with the Mervue Pharmacy's Safety Statement. Every Employee is equally responsible for the compliance.

We will ensure that appropriate channels of communication are in place to facilitate effective consultation and communication with staff and those who are affected by the activities of the Mervue Pharmacy.

The aim of consultation and communication will be to promote a positive safety culture through enabling Employees and Contractors to contribute to the decision making process as it relates to safety, health and welfare at work.

We are further committed to ensuring that the safety management system will be subject to continual monitoring and review so that we can ensure that the work environment and systems of work continue to be safe and that they contribute to quality improvement.

The resources and funding needed to effect this policy will be made available.

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This policy will be updated as necessary and will be reviewed at least once per year.

Signed: …....................................... (The Owner of the Mervue Pharmacy)

Date: …........................................

DECLARATION OF INTENT

The Safety Statement has been prepared in accordance with the provisions of the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005. The basic intent of the document is to formally declare the means by which the owner of the Mervue Pharmacy ensures, in so far as is reasonably practicable, the safety, health and welfare of staff, clients and others such as visitors, and contractors who may be affected by our activities. The Safety Statement contains details of the Mervue Pharmacy general arrangements for occupational safety health and welfare within the service. Safety is everybody's business and the success of our safety policy will depend on staff co-operation. It is important that staff are familiar with the arrangements for health and safety in the service and incorporate these as an integral part of the tasks performed while at work. Members of staff and others are invited to contribute to the improvement of safety in the service by making suggestions for the improvement of this Statement through their Safety Representative.

Signed........................................................... (The Owner of the Mervue Pharmacy)

Date..........................................

THE FOLLOWING, IS THE SAFETY MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE WITHIN MERVUE PHARMACY:

Each person in the service must ensure the effective performance of their duties in their area of responsibility.

MERVUE PHARMACY OWNER

AOIFE

MERVUE PHARMACY

MANAGER

OLIVER

MERVUE PHARMACY

SAFETY REPRESENTATIVE

GENERAL DUTIES OF THE EMPLOYER.

According to the Section 8 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 Employer shall:

Ensure the safety, health and welfare at work of the employees.

Manage and conduct work activities the way to prevent, so far as reasonably practicable, any improper conduct or behaviour likely to put the safety at work of the employees at risk

Provide and maintain of the site in a condition that is safe and without risk to health

Provide and maintan safe means of access to and egress from the site

Provide systems of work that are planned, organised, performed, maintained and revised as appropriate so as to be, so far as is reasonably practicable, safe and without risk to health providing and maintaining facilities and arrangements for the welfare of his or her employees at work;

Provide the information, instruction, training and supervision necessary to ensure the safety, health, and welfare at work of the employees when identifying hazards and carrying out a risk assessment when preparing a safety statement,ensuring that the measures take account of changing circumstances and the general principles of prevention.

Determine and implement the safety, health and welfare measures necessary for the protection of the safety, health and welfare the employees.

Prepare and revise, as appropriate, adequate plans and procedures to be followed and measures to be taken in the case of an emergency or serious and imminent danger

Report accidents and dangerous occurrences

DUTIES OF THE EMPLOYEES

Mervue Pharmacy's Employees are reminded of their duties under the Health, Safety and Welfare Act 2005, and General Application Regulations 2007:

Take reasonable care of their own safety and safety of their collegues.

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Read and understand the Mervue Pharmacy Safety Statement.

Collaborate with the Owner and the Manager to enable them to comply with statutory requirements.

Report to the Manager any defects in equipment, systems of work, place of work,which might endanger the safety, health, welfare in Mervue Pharmacy.

Make proper use of the equipment provided to perform job activities.

Use personal protective equipment appropriately and maintain it in good condition.

Avoid playing dangerous practical jokes.

Report all injuries occuring at work to the Manager even if a particular injury does not prevent an Employee from working.

Suggest safety improvements in methods and processes of work in Mervue Pharmacy.

Ensure they know emergency procedures in the event of fire

Ensure they know the location of the First Aid Kit.

Help to maintain high standards of the housekeeping and hygiene

Employees found guilty of the willful unsafe behaviour may be liable to disciplinary action and in consequence, a dismissal.

Employees are forbidden to misuse or interfere with the safety equipment

MERVUE PHARMACY OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Owner of the Mervue Pharmacy is responsible for implementation of the procedures contained in the Safety Statement

The Owner takes upon her the ultimate responsibility to ensure that the Employees are provided with correct information and proper training to perform job activities

The Owner will supervise the Mervue Pharmacy's Health and Safety Programme

The Owner will review the safety regulations annualy and, when necessary, recommend changes

The Owner will investigate all major accidents or damage to Mervue Pharmacy property and recommend appropriate steps to be taken.

Ensure the records of all the accidents as hazards and 'near misses' reports are maintained

Ensure that provisions ensuring fire safety are adequate

Ensure that sufficient funding is available to meet regulatory requirements of health and safety

Drug records and prescriptions are acurately recorded and maintained

The Owner will make it her main goal to reduce accidents and health exposureand she lead by example in compliance to stated policy.

MERVUE PHARMACY MANAGER'S RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Manager will ensure effective implementation of the health and safety standards in Mervue Pharmacy.

Ensure that Employees are given proper information and training to do ther jos effectively and that their work targets are realistic and do not impact negatively their health and safety.

Supports Employees enabling them to take correct decisions regarding their safety and health

Ensure that all the new Employees comply with the safety procedures

Ensure that effective communication procedures are implemented so that Employees are aware of the workplace standards and how to access the Safety Statement and other safety information.

Organise and coordinate safety training according to needs

Make sure that all the Employees under Manager's direct supervision know their responsibilities

Assist the Employees in performing their work responsibilities and advise and determine the most suitable methods and order of working

Distribute the work load in a way to not compromise health and safety standards

Know where the First Aid Kit is

Know the fire evacuation procedures

Report any accident, incident or 'near miss' to the Owner of the Pharmacy.

CONTRACTORS' AND SUPPLIERS' RESPONSIBILITIES:

Mervue Pharmacy requests all its contractors and suppliers to:

Read, understand and sign Mervue Pharmacy Safety Statement

Submit their Safety Policies and Insurances prior to commencement of work to the Manager or the Owner of the Mervue Pharmacy

Comply with Mervue Pharmacy Safety Policy

Report to the Manager of the Mervue Pharmacy any injury sustained during performance of work

Comply with safety instructions given by the Manager or the Owner of the Mervue Pharmacy

Ensure that they only use safe equipment in good working conditions with safety guards if necessary and any necessary certificates available for control.

As it is a requirement under the Construction Regulations 2006, suppliers and contractors are ask to submit any manuals and drawings of changes in:

Wiring

Maintenance

Installations

Equipment alterations

These will be held on file in the Manager's desk.

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As it is a requirement under the Fire Safety Act 1981/2003, the Fire Safety Manual should be updated on all maintenance services.

SAFETY INDUCTION

A general induction will be provided to all the Employees starting work in the Mervue Pharmacy. Apart from the information explaining to the new employee what exactly they will be asked to do and who they will be reporting to, the new employee:

Will be shown where the Safety Statement is kept and explained its purpose

Will read, understand and sign the Safety Statement

Will be advised of any dangerous area at work

Will be shown where the First Aid Box is kept

Will be explained the procedures of what to do in case of an accident and how to report it

Will be shown the fire and evacuation procedures and the assembly points

PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SAFETY INDUCTION:....................................................(Manager of the Mervue Pharmacy).

TRAINING

Employees' training will be carried out in all areas pertaining to health and safety:

First Aid

Safety Awareness

Fire Safety

Manual Handling.

Fire drills will be performed regularly as reasonably practicable.

Training records should be recorded and maintained. Such a records should include:

Name of the Employee

Date of the training

Details of the training

Signature of the Employee and the Trainer to make sure the training was carried out properly and understood.

THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR TRAINING AND MAINTEINANCE OF THE RECORDS: ….........................................................................................(Manager of the Mervue Pharmacy)

FIRST AID.

First Aid equipment including a first aid kit, will be available in the Manager's desk and periodically checked as to the proper provision and expiration dates of the content by the designated person.

THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SUPPLY AND REGULAR CHECKING OF THE FIRST AID KIT IS: …..................................................(Manager of the Mervue Pharmacy)

FACILITIES:

Access to toilet facilities should be provided. Those facilities should be maintained in a good conditions.

Sufficient supply of drinking water should be provided on the site.

Safe access and egress to and from the site should be maintained at all times

PHONE NUMBERS TO EMERGENCY SERVICES:

112 or 999

Local GP: Tel no.:

Local Hospital: Tel no.:

Firefighters: Tel no.:

Gardai: Tel no.:

Local Health & Safety Authority: Tel no.:

OCCUPATIONAL FIRST AIDERS.

Name:.…................................

Name:.....................................

ACCIDENT REPORTING:

It is required under the Health and Safety and Welfare at work Act 2005 to report to the Health & Safety Authority all the accidents that result in personal injury.

Accidents defined as 'reportable' are those resulting in death of the Employee or three or more working day's absence from the normal work duty.

Link to the Health and Safety Authority website: www.hsa.ie

Forms IR1 & IR3 are available on the website.

Copies of the Forms are available from the Manager and kept on file in the Manager's desk.

THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR REPORTING ACCIDENTS IS: ….............................(Owner of the Mervue Pharmacy).

SAFETY CONSULTATIONS:

Mervue Pharmacy is bound to meet its obligations under section 13 of the Health, Safety & Welfare Act 2005 & General Applications 2007 on consultation with its Employees. The Manager will meet with the Employees on a regular basis to consult with and take an account of any suggestions given by the Employees on health and safety aspects at work.

To facilitate such a consultation a 'Suggestion Form' will be produced by the Manager. Blank forms will be kept in the Manager's desk and filled out by Employees as required.

The forms will be reviewed on a weekly basis by the Manager feedback will be given to the particular employees.

THE SAFETY REPERSENTATIVE

Employees of the Mervue Pharmacy appoint Safety Representative.

Safety Reppresentative has right to:

Receive advice from the H&Safety Authority

Carry out inspections and investigate hazards

Information from the Employer to ensure safety and welfare of the Employees

Be informed by the Employer about HSA inspector visit to the site

NAME OF THE SAFETY REPRESENTATIVE: ….................................................................

SAFETY COMMITTEE:

The Mervue Pharmacy commits to organise regular Safety Committee meetings.

Safety Committee members will include the Owner, the Manager and the Employees' Safety Representative. The Committee will meet on first Tuesday of every month.

Committee's meetings will progress according to the following agenda:

Review any new safety legislation or guidelines applicable to Mervue Pharmacy'

Review accidents or incidents from the previous period (month)

Review Employees' suggestions

Prepare the meeting communication for the Employees' notice board

RESOURCES:

Mervue Pharmacy Owner understands that for the effective and adequate implementation of the safety procedures presented in this Safety Statment appropriate funding and resources should be made available.

The Owner of the Mervue Pharmacy declares to:

Include health and safety needs into the financial counts of running a business

Make sure that all work activities are carried out by adequately trained staff

ACCESSIBILITY OF THE SAFETY STATEMENT

This Safety Statement will be read and signed by every Employee and Contractor prior to start their employment in Mervue Pharmacy and will be stored on file in the Manager's computer. A hard copy of the Statement will be kept on file in a folder in Manager's desk.

REVISION OF THE SAFETY STATEMENT

This Safety Statement will be revised annually.

Revisions will be recorded in the table below.

DATE OF REVIEW

DESCRIPTION OF CHANGES

DATE OF UPDATE

OWNER'S SIGNATURE

MANAGER'S SIGNATURE

RISK ASSESMENT

Risk assessment for the Mervue Pharmacy was performed using the HSE Risk Matrix

Results for the particular risks were recorded in the separate tables

RISK ASSESSMENT

Likelihood

Severity (Impact)

Risk Value:

Score:

Score:

Risk Rating:

High risks are scored between 15 and 25 and are coloured Red.

Medium risks are scored between 6 and 12 and are coloured Amber.

Low risks are scored between 1 and 5 and are coloured Green

GENERAL HAZARDS

ACCESS ANG EGREES

Access and egreess which is obstructed may create a hazard.

RISK ASSESSMENT

Likelihood

Severity

Risk Value: 12

Score: 3

Score: 4

Risk Rating: MEDIUM

ACTIVITY: Everyday work,, walking in and out of the site.

CONTROL MEASURES:

RISK TO: Employees, customers.

RISK OF: Trips, falls, impossible orderly evacuation in case of emergency.

All doors and pasageways shall be kept clear of any obstructions and maintained in good condition.

Floor surface shall be kept in good condition

All waste shall be removed regularly and stored in a secure place until collected for further disposal.

All the emergency exits shall be free from obstruction at all times

All the entry/exit points shall have adequate lighting

BULLYING AND HARASSMENT

RISK ASSESSMENT

Likelihood

Severity

Risk Value: 4

Score: 1

Score: 4

Risk Rating: LOW

ACTIVITY: Everyday working activities

CONTROL MEASURES

RISK TO: Employees

RISK OF: Emotional distress (fear, anxiety).

Could lead to depression or bodily harm.

Mervue Pharmacy Management will not allow bullying or harassment under any circumstances.

All incidents of improper behavior will be reported and investigated immediately and necessary steps will be taken.

MANUAL HANDLING

If incorrect method of lifting is applied to lifting too heavy/sharp objects.

RISK ASSESSMENT

Likelihood

Severity

Risk Value: 12

Score: 4

Score: 3

Risk Rating: MEDIUM

ACTIVITY:

Lifting and moving boxes with medicines. Unloading supplies. Pushing/pulling/supporting plastic boxes.

CONTROL MEASURES:

RISK TO: Employees, suppliers

RISK OF: Back injury, hand injury, muscle tear, fatigue.

No person with back problems will be asked to undertake any manual handling activities.

All appropriate Employees will receive training in safe manual handling techniques.

Employees will not cary any loads that obstruct their vision

Employees are advised to not to rush and be careful when going around the corners and carrying boxes with medicine over the step behind the counter in the Pharmacy

ELECTICITY

Loose cables, not properly covered, overloaded sockets.

RISK ASSESSMENT

Likelihood

Severity

Risk Value: 5

Score: 1

Score: 5

Risk Rating : LOW

ACTIVITY: Everyday work activities

CONTROL MEASURES:

RISK TO: Employees, customers.

RISK OF: trips, falls, electrocution, fire

Cables will be protected from mechanical damage.

All appliances will be inspected by a competent person

When damage is discovered in electrical appliance it will be disconnected immediately and labelled 'OUT OF ORDER'.

Adapters are not left overloaded

Dangerous cabling will be replaced immediately

All the circuits supplying sockets are protected by a regularly tested RCD

Employees are aware of means of cutting off power to electrical installations.

Fire extinguishers suitable for fighting electrical fires are provided and employees are trained how to use them

Covers or enclosures are installed to prevent contact with live electrical parts or equipment

HOUSEKEEPING

Poor housekeeping can pose risk for safety and health

RISK ASSESSMENT

Likelihood

Severity

Risk Value: 12

Score: 4

Score: 3

Risk Rating: MEDIUM

ACTIVITY: Everyday work activities

CONTROL MEASURES:

RISK TO: Employees, Customers, Contractors, Suppliers.

RISK OF: Slips on wet floor, trips, infections, cuts.

Spills of liquid or other materials will be cleaned and tidied up as soon as it is possible.

Cleaning equipment will be made available where necessary.

Adequate 'antislippery' mats will be provided (regularly inspected for tears and wearing signs and frayed mats need to be replaced) to cover tiled floors to protect customers and staff from slipping down

When it rains outside it is advisable to place yellow 'Caution, wet floor!' sign in visible place at the entrance to the Pharmacy, without however obstructing it.

Good housekeeping practices will be promoted in the Mervue Pharmacy and will be insisted upon.

It is crucial to promote good housekeeping practices to prevent slips and trips as they can have serious implication especially for elderly customers, who are frequent visitors on site

All products are stored safely on the shelves to avoid falling off the shelves

FIRE

RISK ASSESSMENT

Likelihood

Severity

Risk Value: 12

Score: 3

Score: 4

Risk Rating: MEDIUM

ACTIVITY: Working activities

CONTROL MEASURES:

RISK TO: Employees, customers, contractors, public.

RISK OF: Scalds, burns, asphyxiation, death.

All Employees will be trained on how to use a correct fire extinguisher and how to recognize the causes of fire, the correct type of fire extinguisher to be used and how to raise the fire alarm.

All areas shall be kept free from hazards, as far as reasonably practicable.

Areas inside and outside of the building- will be maintained free of any accumulation of waste (rubbish) and combustible materials.

Cleaners (solvents) will be stored correctly and in their original containers.

All maintenance and contract work will be performed by authorised contractors and subject to a Permit to Work system.

Fire drills will be held regularly as far as reasonably practicable.

Staff will know the Emergency Evacuation Plan and their Assembly Point.

All Employees will receive induction training to their place of work.

All emergency exits will be kept clear.

Fire points will be kept free of obstruction.

Fire extinguishers will be inspected and maintained as necessary.

SLIPS, TRIPS, FALLS

Slips, trips and falls could have serious implications especially for elderly members of the public

RISK ASSESSMENT

Likelihood

Severity

Risk Value: 12

Score: 3

Score: 4

Risk Rating: MEDIUM

ACTIVITY: Everyday activities

CONTROL MEASURES:

RISK TO: Employees, Contractors, Public.

RISK OF: Broken or twisted limbs, concussions.

Good houskeeping practices will be implemented

All passages will be kept clear

All floormats will be regularly checked

All the steps, including the step behind the counter, will be clearly marked with a yellow fluorescent tape.

All items on the shelves will be sitting safely and firmly

Sweeping brushes, mops and buckets will be stored out of people's way and they will not pose hazard.

Any spillage of water will be marked with yellow 'WET Floor'sign and dried with a mop immediately.

Paper wrappers, foil and boxes from the deliveries will be removed immediately and special attention will be paid to not to leave any of these on the floor.

Adequate shoes will be worn by the Employees at all times.

LONE WORKING

RISK ASSESSMENT

Likelihood

Severity

Risk Value: 12

Score: 3

Score: 4

Risk Rating: MEDIUM

ACTIVITY: Working after hours

CONTROL MEASURES:

RISK TO: Employees

RISK OF: Isolation, harm, violence.

Lone working will be eliminated when possible

If there is a need to stay after the opening hours, the Employee will make sure that the Pharmacy's door is locked.

Employee will program emergency number (112) on his/her cell phone's speed dial.

The Owner will be made aware every time the lone work is performed.

Employee will be aware of any unusual activity outside the Pharmacy's door.

VIOLENCE AND AGRESSION

RISK ASSESSMENT

Likelihood

Severity

Risk Value: 12

Score: 3

Score: 4

Risk Rating: MEDIUM

ACTIVITY: Everyday working

CONTROL MEASURES:

RISK TO: Employees

RISK OF: Physical injury, abuse, psychological hardship, trauma.

CCTV cameras are installed on the premisses

Employees are given guidelines on how to deal with aggressive members of the public or how to act in case of robbery.

Employees will always be aware of individuals who may become violent

Employees will not engage in arguments with individuals showing signs of violence

Employees will never involve directly in restraining a violent person

Employees, if attacked will withdraw from the confrontation when possible

Employees will raise an alarm when safe.

Small quantities of cash will be held at all times

Lodgments to the safe will be made frequently.

Secure cash handling systems are in place

All incidents are recorded and reviewed

Waiting customers are kept informed where relevant

SITE-SPECIFIC HAZARDS

HANDLING AND STORAGE OF THE HAZARDOUS DRUGS

RISK ASSESSMENT

Likelihood

Severity

Risk Value: 8

Score: 2

Score: 4

Risk Rating: MEDIUM

ACTIVITY: Drug preparation

CONTROL MEASURES:

RISK TO: Employees, Public.

RISK OF: Side effects, bio-hazard

Drugs are only prepared by qualified pharmacist

All hazardous drugs are stored in locked cabinets protected from an unauthorized access and full inventory is made and kept on file by the Manager

CCTV cameras cover the areas of drug preparation and storage.

All medicines have information leaflets attached and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for all hazardous drugs are also available

Pharmacists are trained to recognize if a hazardous substance has been released in the working area posing danger and how they can take protect themselves.

Equipment is provided to clear the spillage.

PROCEDURES FOR PRESCRIPTIONS MERVUE PHARMACY

RISK ASSESSMENT

Likelihood

Severity

Risk Value: 12

Score: 3

Score: 5

Risk Rating: HIGH

ACTIVITY: Filling out prescriptions

CONTROL MEASURES:

RISK TO: Customers

RISK OF: Side effects, poisoning,drug interactions.

Follow the Standard Operation Procedure of the Mervue Pharmacy:

Check Patient's and Doctor's name

Check the date

Check the medicine details:

Prepare all the medicines included on prescription

Cross-check again with the prescription

Verify patient's:

Name

Administering instructions

Dosage

Medicine name on the container

Make sure that patient's information on the leaflet is provided on the leaflet, where necessary.

LONG STANDING PERIODS

RISK ASSESSMENT

Likelihood

Severity

Risk Value: 12

Score: 4

Score: 3

Risk Rating: Medium

ACTIVITY: Working activities

CONTROL MEASURES:

RISK TO: Employees

RISK OF: Back problems, tiredness, mistakes.

Breaks are provided

Sitting is provided where needed

Suitable shoewear is worn

Employees are advised to perform appropriate stretching exercises

HAZARDOUS WASTE

RISK ASSESSMENT

Likelihood

Severity

Risk Value: 12

Score: 3

Score: 4

Risk Rating: MEDIUM

ACTIVITY: Disposal of hazardous waste

CONTROL MEASURES:

RISK TO: Employees, General Public

RISK OF: Contamination, bio-hazard.

Hazardous waste is segregated and packaged in accordance with national laws.

Employees have training and information on how to handle segregate and package the risk waste, how to use the PPE, spill kits, and what are the potential risks to health, how to protect themselves and what to do in the case of an incident.

Yellow risk waste container is provided at the rear of the service area and clearly marked

Risk waste area innaccesible for the public is designated and clearly marked

Waste is removed regularly by a certified contractors (with a valid Waste Collection Permit and a valid ADR licence, where necessary.

A transport documents are completed and a copy is kept on file for 5 years.

All the records of reference numbers are kept on file for 3 years

SAFETY AND WELFARE SUGGESTION FORM

EMPLOYEE'S NAME:

DATE:

TIME:

Please write your suggestion or concern in the box below:

Suggestion/concern reviewed, action to be taken:

Revewed by:

Action to be taken:

Concern documented and resolved:

NAME

POSITION

DATE

TIME

CONTRACTORS AND SUPPLIERS

Certificate of Compliance

I confirm that I have read and understood the relevant sections of this Safety Statement as it applies our company employees. I will comply with all its requirements, at all times. We will only supply adequately trained and competent staff and will provide, at our cost, the appropriate personal protective equipment needed for their job.

All our employeed will be instructed to report all injuries, accidents (however minor) and hazard identification to the Mervue Pharmacy Manager immediately. Our company recognizes and accepts all the requirements for working in a safe manner to comply with this Safety Statement and will cooperate in all areas to improve and support the safety on site. All our employees will cooperate with the Mervue Pharmacy employees and with the employees of other contractors or suppliers on site.

DATE

NAME OF THE COMPANY

NATURE OF WORK/SERVICE

NAME OF RESPONSIBLE PERSON(CAPITAL LETTERS)

SIGNATURE

COMMENTS

Additional comments maybe submitted to the Manager of the Mervue Pharmac in writing.

Thank You.

Employees Declaration:

I declare that I have read and understood the Mervue Pharmacy Safety Statement and I will comply with its requirements. I understand that I have right to submit, in writing, any observations or comments to the Manager of the Mervue Pharmacy. I am aware that all Health, Safety and Welfare information used to create this Statement is available to me on the Health and Safety Authority website, www.hsa.ie , and it is an addition to my internal training.

DATE

EMPLOYEE'S NAME

(BLOCK CAPITALS)

EMPLOYEE'S SIGNATURE

COMMENTS

Any additional comments may be submitted to the Manager in writing, on the 'Suggestion Forms'.

Thank you.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS

Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act, 2005

Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007, SI 299 of 2007

Safety Health and Welfare at Work (Chemical Agents) Regulations, 2001 (SI No 619 of 2001)

Regulations related to Classification, Packaging and Labelling (CPL) of Dangerous Substances and Preparations, 2003 (SI No 116 of 2003 No 62 of 2004).

Fire Services Act, 1981 and 2003

2007 Code of Practice for Safety Health and Welfare at Work (Chemical Agents) Regulations 2001. SI 619 of 2001

2007 Code of Practice for Employers and Employees on the Prevention and Resolution of Bullying at Work.

BS 6387: 1983 Specification for performance requirements for cables required to maintain circuit integrity under fire conditions.

BS 5839: 1988 Fire Detection and alarm Systems for Buildings.

Standard for Fire Extinguishers IS291