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Pregnancy Risk Assessment

Pregnancy Risk Assessment

Occupational Health

Pregnancy Risk Assessment

If you are notified that an employee is pregnant, breastfeeding or has given birth within the last six months, you should check your workplace risk assessment to see if any new risks have arisen. In many instances a pregnancy risk assessment for the individual will be required. If risks are identified during the pregnancy, in the first six months after birth or while the employee is still breastfeeding, you must take appropriate, sensible action to reduce, remove or control them. Safewell can help you identify any specific risks to the employee and outline actions to help risk and/or eliminate these risks.

Where can should Pregnancy Risk Assessments be Carried Out

Pregnancy risk assessments are best carried out in the employees workplace where the OH professional can establish any workplace risks and hazardous.

COVID:19 Prosecution

COVID-19: Can employers be prosecuted if employees are exposed?

Coronavirus: Risk Assessments

Make sure you have a detailed, robust coronavirus risk assessment in place to ensure the safety and protection of your workers and to safeguard your business.

Coronavirus: Lone Working

If you are still working during this period you must still follow government guidelines around social distancing.
For some transport, construction, manufacturing and trades activities this may lead to an increase in lone working as you are adapting to the current requirements.
Ensure you carry out a risk assessment and take reasonable measures to protect lone workers!

Return to Work Coronavirus Risk Assessment Download

We are all getting ready to return to work, find out the safety considerations to make and get your free return to work coronavirus risk assessment download

Covid-19 Changes to the fire brigades working arrangements

During the current Coronavirus pandemic, the fire authority may change or scale back services, to avoid spreading the virus and to keep their own personnel safe. If you are still carrying out activities it is important that fire safety measures are kept in check to safeguard your business.

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