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Good Housekeeping Jan 2017

DGB Health and Safety Ltd - a brief presentation on Housekeeping in the workplace as part of the safety culture by David Bennion.

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Good Housekeeping Jan 2017

  1. 1. 26/01/2017 David Bennion ©2017 1 David Bennion BSc(Hons); Tech IOSH; SIIRSM RSP; ACIEH; NEBOSH.DipEnv; MInstLM; CIHM; AMIIAI HSEQ Professional/Director DGB Health and Safety Ltd (Est 2016) Good Housekeeping
  2. 2. 26/01/2017 David Bennion ©2017 2 At the heart of an efficient and profitable business providing quality services or products is a clearly defined business model with clear reporting lines and a clear brief. Within a successful business model embedded is a safety culture at all levels of the workforce from the CEO through to the general staff. Those in the most senior position must lead by example. Good Housekeeping is as much a part of the embedding safety culture as machine guarding, traffic management plans and other safety controls.
  3. 3. 26/01/2017 David Bennion ©2017 3 Slips
  4. 4. 26/01/2017 David Bennion ©2017 4 Trips http://www.youtube.com/wat ch?v=wM- Oh8aRu5E&feature=plcp
  5. 5. 26/01/2017 David Bennion ©2017 5 falls
  6. 6. 26/01/2017 David Bennion ©2017 6 Good Housekeeping Discussion: • HOUSEKEEPING is important in order to protect people and materials. • Combustible materials left lying are a FIRE HAZARD. • Other materials left in the way can cause people to trip over them • Careless and untidy stacked materials can topple over causing damage and injury. • Filing cabinet drawers left open can cause injury if someone walks into them and may cause the cabinet to fall over. • A tidy workplace is likely to be a safe site and vice-verse. The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 requires that we have a safe place of work!
  7. 7. 26/01/2017 David Bennion ©2017 7 Good Housekeeping
  8. 8. 26/01/2017 Dave Bennion ©2017 8 Key Points: • Keep rubbish & loose objects clear of floors and walkway areas. • Put all rubbish into waste bins, skips or designated areas. • Stack / store all materials safely. • If rubbish is regularly collected and put into waste bins or skips, in the event of fire, the danger is confined and more easily dealt with. • If you see anything lying on floors etc which could cause a trip and fall pick it up and put in a safe place – DO NOT WAIT FOR SOMEONE ELSE TO MOVE IT. • If you notice rubbish pilling up which you cannot remove, bring this to the attention of your Supervisor or Line Manager immediately. • ACCESS WAYS may also be escape routes. A safe place of work at all times includes a safe means of access and egress to all places where work is done. Good Housekeeping
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  11. 11. 26/01/2017 Dave Bennion ©2015 11 Further points: • Close all desks and filing cabinets immediately after use. • Keep all tools and equipment in their proper places except when in use. • Do not leave materials/ tools/ benches etc , in gangways/ corridors where they might impede someone’s escape or cause a tripping hazard. (It might be you or your best mate who needs to get out in a hurry!) • Do not trail extension leads or hoses across gangways. If unavoidable then close off that access route and ensure everyone is made aware that the route is TEMPORARILY closed. • Dismantled wood must always have all the nails removed or made safe by hammering them flat.
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  13. 13. 26/01/2017 Dave Bennion ©2017 13 Continued: • Damaged tools or equipment need removing immediate to have them repaired and put somewhere safe. If not repairable classify as rubbish, discard immediately and responsibly. • When work is finished, put overalls and other PPE away in lockers or other safe places. Do not leave belonging lying around. • Good housekeeping is everybody’s business in the workplace; it is an on going activity. Once a week clean up is NOT ENOUGH!
  14. 14. 26/01/2017 David Bennion ©2017 14 This presentation is a very basic outline. As a business you will need to determine the level of training required by staff to maintain a safe and protected business operations. In no way does this presentation represent a suitable and sufficient training package for staff as every business has different needs thus no liability can be sought against the owner of this material. Remember it is the business owners responsibility to have a suitable and sufficient risk management plan in place, to keep it up to date and provide “competent” training for staff to fulfil their employed duties with regards health and safety.
  15. 15. 26/01/2017 David Bennion ©2017 15 Contact: David Bennion Mobile: 07900431649 E-mail: dgbhealthandsafety@btinternet.com Web: http://www.dgbhealthandsafety.uk There is a comments box on the website if you have any questions. To find out the services on offer go the services page on my website.
  16. 16. 26/01/2017 David Bennion ©2017 16 Thank you for watching

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