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Free Health and Safety Documents
First Aid at Work FAQ's
The HSE produce a helpful little booklet answering all your questions on First Aid at Work. You can download your free copy below
Free Guide to reducing back pain when driving
Loughborough University's guide to adjusting your driving position in order to reduce back pain.
Free Near Miss Report Card
Here is a completely free near miss report card that can be used to capture safety suggestions as well. It is deliberately very brief, so people will fill it in and formatted in A5 so it can be popped in a suggestion box. Long near miss forms simply don't get filled in, use something short and simple.
Free Accident Investigation Form
Below is an excellent accident investigation form that takes you step by step through how to conduct an accident investigation and guides you to learn lessons in order to avoid re-occurrence. It is free, unbranded and in a word format so you can alter to suit your organization's needs.
Not Sure if you have enough first aiders
The Health and Safety Executive have produced some case studies to help you work out if you have enough first aid cover.
What to learn more about automated external defibrillators
The UK Resuscitation Council and British Heart Foundation have produced a guide to defibrillators.
Incident reporting in schools a simple guide to RIDDOR
The HSE have produced this very clear little guide covering what incidents do and do not need to be reported to them.
Need further information on Mesothelioma
The Pleural Mesothelioma Centre, an advocacy group that provides extensive information on asbestos and the diseases it causes.
Their site is dedicated to educating people on the dangers of asbestos and how to stay safe if they suspect it in their home. Pleural mesothelioma is the most common form of mesothelioma, the cancer caused by asbestos, and they have put together a great guide on it: