A Guide to HSG65, the Health and Safety Executive’s Management System

For our latest Take 5 Minutes for Health and Safety YouTube video, Jackie Cambridge has explored the Health and Safety Executive (HSE)’s HSG65 management system.

While not compulsory for organisations to adhere to, HSG65 has been designed to make it easier to comply with Health and Safety at Work (HASAWA) regulations – which are very much compulsory.

In this short-but-sweet masterclass, Jackie begins by recapping the pyramid of health and safety regulations and explaining how HSG65 – though not mandatory – is relevant to them.

She then goes into detail on HSG65, discussing its core elements, principles and how the management system works in practice.

Additionally, Jackie discusses what the system is useful for and what it can’t help you with – like accreditation, for example.

HSG65 received an update in 2013, so it’s important to ensure you’re familiar with the latest version. Whether you’re studying for Nebosh qualifications or would simply like a five-minute refresher as an existing health and safety professional, this video will bring you up to speed in no time.

It’s this, most recent version which Jackie runs through in the video, covering the framework’s ‘Plan, Do, Check and Act’ process and what each step involves.

Each step is vitally important; follow them all and you’ll be well on your way to health and safety compliance.

For more informative, five-minute refreshers, browse our YouTube channel and get up to speed on health and safety topics without taking too much time out of your working day. You can subscribe to our channel for free, too, to be notified when we upload a new video.

Head over to Cambridge Safety to view our range of health and safety courses.

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