Health and Safety at work Act 1974
S2 – An employer has a general duty to ensure the health and safety of all their employees. The employer also has the duty to ensure their employee’s receive the correct training. That they are free from risks to their health while at work and that the building, machinery and goods are also maintained and safe, in a way that is reasonably practicable. S3 - Every employer and self- employed person has a right to ensure that anyone who is not their employee is not exposed to risks that may affect their health. S4 - The employer must ensure that access to and from the business safe and for any person who is not an employee but uses the businesses premises. The owner of the premises must ensure the premise is free from risks that may affect people using the premises health. The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992
S22 – An employer must ensure that there is an adequate supply of drinking water provided and suitable cups. S20 – The employer must provide suitable toilets for both men and women which must be well ventilated, lighting, clean and a door which can be located from the inside. S7 – The temperature in the workplace must be reasonable to work in and maintained with thermometers. The building should not be heated by anything that can cause gas or fumes to escape that may harm the people in the building. Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations Act 1995 S7- An employer is responsible for recording the correct details of any employee who has suffered an injury, death or disease at the workplace. These records have to be kept for 3years and the information that is recorded should also be passed onto te relevant authority. S6- An employer or self-employed person has a duty if they suspect something wrong with the equipment that supplies the gas, or how it was installed and it has caused injury or death to a person, to notify the executive within 14 days of the incident. S5- If...
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