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hardworkingdude  
#1 Posted : 13 March 2019 14:59:47(UTC)
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hardworkingdude

Hi guys, I am relatively new to Health and safety and have done my ncrq a while ago. I have now got a job as a trainer and have been asked to assess the whole training center for their Health and safety (having law posters, first aid kits etc. risk assessments) (with no current paperwork so in essence starting from scratch). I wanted to know if  theres any pointers I could use so I dont forget anything. Im spot on more or less with my risk assessments but there are gaps in my knowledge too. Are there forms on iAuditor i could use? any material or info would be a great help!

stevedm  
#2 Posted : 13 March 2019 16:19:13(UTC)
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stevedm

http://www.hse.gov.uk/toolbox/managing/writing.htm

Have a look here that might help...also there are many checksheets if you use google just make sure they cover all the opics listed here...

Waz  
#3 Posted : 15 March 2019 14:28:31(UTC)
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Waz

@Hardworkingdude - you are new to health and safety, but have the NCRQ qualification, presume this to be at L5?  I would like to think given this level of qualification and the location of where you are working that you would be aware of the organsiations that provide information e.g. HSE, IOSH, RoSPA, BSC, SHPOnline etc.? 

I would look at other elements alongside the basics (law poster, insurance etc.) and consider other legal requirements such as your Fire Risk Assessment, 1st Aid provisions and dependent on the training conducted and the floors in the building, do you need additional evacuation assistance, emergency plans etc.  There is alot to consider, particularly when you have members of the public to consider.

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