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NEW TOOLBOX TALK PODCASTS


Health and welfare


● General health and wellbeing


● First aid ● Needlestick injuries ● Skin protection ● Sun protection ● Leptospirosis (Weil's disease)


General safety


● Site set up and security


● Slips, trips and falls (housekeeping)


● Material storage ● Safety signs ● Fire ● Compressed gases ● Petrol, diesel and LPG


High risk activities


● Working at height ● Fragile roofs ● Ladders and stepladders


● Low-level access equipment (trestles, podiums and hop-ups)


● Working on scaff olds Environment


● Being a good neighbour


● Environmental nuisance


● Wildlife


● Drugs and alcohol ● Mental health ● Work-related stress ● Welfare facilities, including personal hygiene


● Personal protective equipment


● Eye protection ● Respiratory protection ● COSHH


● Temporary works ● Plant and equipment ● Abrasive wheels ● Diamond blades ● Cartridge- operated tools


● Gas-powered tools ● Woodworking machines


● Portable, hand-held electrical tools


● Mobile access towers and access equipment


● Mobile elevating work platforms


● Personal fall protection equipment


● Working over safety nets or soft-landing systems


● Excavations ● Overhead services


● Emergency spill control


● Cement, concrete and plaster


● Pumping, over- pumping and washing down plant


● Asbestos ● Lead, lead paint and lead dust


● Dust and fumes (Respiratory hazards)


● Silica dust ● Noise ● Hand-arm vibration ● Manual handling ● Legal duties ● CDM Regulations


● Mobile plant ● Lifting operations ● Site transport and pedestrian segregation


● Signallers and slingers


● Lifting equipment and accessories


● Hoists and hoist towers


● Underground services


● Confi ned spaces ● Road and street works


● Piling ● Trackside safety ● Demolition safety ● Hydro demolition


● Steel erection ● Water jetting


● Fuel and oil ● Energy and water effi ciency


● Invasive plants ● Working around trees and hedgerows


● Waste


of businesses to ensure they are complying with guidelines, with failure to participate potentially leading to enforcement action. To help Members, BSG has therefore published a range of guidance which includes: ●713 Coronavirus Hard Copy Risk Assessment ●BSG COVID-19 Offi ce Risk Assessment ●Ventilation and air conditioning during the coronavirus. All of the documents can be


downloaded from the hub in the Health & Safety Documentation/ Coronavirus COVID-19 section. John Puck, Membership Development


Offi cer at BSG, said: “These new Hub resources are designed to help SELECT businesses of all sizes, with a variety of functionality available all on one screen. “We hope SELECT Members will fi nd them useful, and will continue to review and refi ne our Hub services to keep pace with the latest health and safety developments.”


The new updates follow the success


of BSG’s popular online risk assessments, which are now used by more than 180 SELECT Member businesses. More than 115 diff erent types of assessments are available – including electrical tasks fi rst and second fi x and test and commissioning – with each template pre-confi gured with its own set of unique control measures relevant to the hazard being assessed.


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HOW TO REGISTER To register for the Hub, go to www.bsgltd.co.uk/bsg- software-registration


HOW TO LOG IN To access the BSG Hub, go to hub.


bsgonlineservices.co.uk/login.phtml and log in with your email address and password, which should be your membership number. If you tick the ‘Remember Username’ box you won’t have to log in again.


HELPLINE SELECT Members can also access


BSG’s health and safety telephone advice support centre fi ve days a week during offi ce hours by calling 0300 304 9099.


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