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Who has responsibility for Health and Safety in the workplace?
Under RIDDOR, any work-related injury or illness MUST be reported if it results in a person being off work for more than:
Which of the following is an item of ‘primary’ legislation?
What is the first stage in the risk assessment process?
A Risk is defined as ‘the likelihood of something happening?
Which of the following is a blood borne virus that can be transmitted by needle-stick injury?
The main way of reducing the risks of spreading infection is to maintain high standards of personal hygiene.
What is the most common cause of non-fatal reportable workplace injuries?
Fatal accidents should be immediately reported to:
Where those infected are isolated from other residents is called source isolation.
Under what circumstances should an accident reporting form be completed? Two correct answers
Material product data sheets must be provided by:
Where hazardous substances are used in the workplace, employers are required to:
COSHH was introduced to ensure that adequate risk assessments and control measures are put in place to minimise the risks from hazardous substances.
What is the method of transmission by which a hazardous substance enters the body through the skin?
Above what level noise level must employers provide employees with hearing protection?
In what year did The Control of Noise at Work Regulations (The Noise Regulations) come into force?
Workers must not be exposed to noise levels (after the application of hearing protection) of above:
If a risk assessment determines that hearing protection is required, whose duty is it to provide the appropriate PPE?
Which of the following can result from high levels of work place stress?
The HSE has developed an initiative designed to help people who are suffering from stress get back to work, what is it called?