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Office Health and Safety requirements

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Office Health and Safety requirements

Post by TWDB »

Hi All,

does anyone have a good checklist for office Health safety & Env requirements - that you would share -

Covering all things office building from legionella RA and testing to fire RA and drills and all in-between.

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Re: Office Health and Safety requirements

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have a look at the attached, may help.

Admin - you can add to the downloads section too. .salut
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Re: Office Health and Safety requirements

Post by ddlh »

You may also want to check the landlords responsibilities if you rent. It would be part of their duty of care to look after things like water supply electrical testing of fixed appliance etc.
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