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One of a series of resources to be used by institutions as part of their induction process

One of a series of resources to be used by institutions as part of their induction process

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  • 1. Health and Safety Induction <insert your organisation’s name> Last updated: <date>
  • 2. Institutional H & S policy statement
    • Here, you should insert a health and safety policy statement for your institution.
  • 3. Agenda
    • Roles and responsibilities
      • Who does what and where to find them
    • Key risks
      • Identifying your work/learning environment
    • Fire evacuation
      • Procedures, locations
    • More information
      • For staff
    • Interactive quiz (separate ppt)
  • 4.
    • We have a duty of care to all employees, learners, contractors, and visitors with whom we do business
    • We will ensure that our Health and Safety Officer carries out regular risk assessments of our workplace - and acts on them
    • You can find the Health and
    • Safety Officer [ here ] or by phone
    • [ here ]
    Our responsibility [ies] as an employer Image from: http://www.rsc-sw-scotland.ac.uk/project_pages/health_safety.htm
  • 5.
    • Point out and help to manage risks
    • Work in a safe manner
    • Never carry out a task you believe may be dangerous
    • Use any safety equipment provided with or is required by your course, and follow the safety instructions
    • Know where to find the local Fire Warden and Health and Safety Officer
    • Know what to do in the event of a fire
    • Report accidents, even if they seem minor
    Your responsibilities as learner/employee Are to:
  • 6. A quick re-cap
    • Make a note of any queries here
    • (this box allows text entry in slideshow mode)
  • 7. Key people and processes Health and Safety Officer <Insert name> <insert location> Fire Warden <Insert name/s> <insert location> First Aider <Insert name/s> <insert location>
  • 8. Key places
    • [Insert a floor plan] showing fire exit(s) and designated sick room(s)
    Image from: http://www.rsc-sw-scotland.ac.uk/project_pages/health_safety.htm Replace this with a floor plan
  • 9. In the event of a fire
    • Warning sound (“get ready to evacuate”) sounds like [ ]
    • Evacuate sound (“leave the building now”) sounds like [ ]
    • Muster point (where we gather) is at [ ]
  • 10. If you manage others, you must:
    • Ensure safety policies are effectively implemented
    • Review our customer systems and procedures that we operate within to ensure compliance and suitability
    • Understand regulations relevant to activities under your control
    • Carry out or participate in regular risk assessments
    • Ensure that the working environment is safe and safe working methods are adopted
    Page one of two
  • 11.
    • Ensure that staff have adequate skills and experience for the role and have been suitably trained to perform their work safely
    • Ensure that staff have the correct equipment to do their job
    • Ensure that staff have been appropriately
    • trained in health and safety
    • Where needed, bring in occupational health support
    Page two of two If you manage others, you must:
  • 12. For more information
    • Our health and safety policies and procedures are stored at < insert location >
    • [place link here to interactive test]