Safe Systems of Work and Permits to Work

Employers have a common law and statute duty under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 to provide safe systems of work to protect employees from identified hazards and risks.  We run 2 workshops to cover “Safe Systems of Work” and “Permits to Work”.

How long are the workshops?

Each workshop is run over a ½ to one day period depending on the depth and detail required. The half-day session covers the safe system of work, how they link with completed risk assessments along with their development.

Then the permit to work system is explored including how the system works and what type of work would normally be subject to a permit. Long sessions can actually cover the hazards or work activity that the permit is covering in more detail such as live work, entry into confined spaces, excavations and work at height.

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