Annual Safety Report In Word



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The levels of performance are progressive: Level 4 is a description of best practice that at least equals the requirements of legislation and frequently exceeds them Level 3 is good practice in health and safety management, giving a high degree of reliability and assurance that the department is meeting the requirements of legislation as they apply to the department Level 2 reflects positive action, which demonstrates that the department is taking steps to improve its systems for health and safety management, though these systems may not be sufficiently robust to assure compliance with all aspects of legislation and national guidance Level 1 indicates a basic level of performance e.g.. Commitment to Health and Safety: Health and Safety Policy All department staff have an up to date copy of the University health and safety policy All department staff have read and understood the University health and safety policy (confirmed by asking a representative number of staff in the department) A department health and safety policy has been written The department health and safety policy has been signed and dated by the Head of Department The department safety policy contains the following commitments: Continuous improvement in health and safety Regular review of the health and safety policy Effective communication on health and safety Allocation of resources to support health and safety initiatives Securing competence of staff Planning for health and safety 2.. department meetings/ safety meetings Staff representatives and those staff with specific health and safety roles are provided with adequate time and support to fulfil their role Staff are involved in carrying out risk assessments Staff are involved in the development of risk control systems Staff are involved in the review of risk assessments and control systems Staff participate in department inspections Statements explaining health and safety policy, arrangements, roles and responsibilities are commu




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