FYI There is an age discrimination law http://www.businessballs.com/freespecialresources/Health\_and\_Safety\_Guide\_Age\_Positive.pdf Age Legislation From 1 October 2006 the Employment Equality (Age) Regulations make it unlawful to discriminate against employees, job seekers
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There is an age discrimination law
From 1 October 2006 the Employment
Equality (Age) Regulations make it unlawful to
discriminate against employees, job seekers
and trainees on the grounds of age.
Health and Safety Video
All of you will know how you can move ahead on this section of coursework.
Most of you will be able to start including the right information on Health & Safety.
Some of you will be able to move ahead and start Health & Safety today
All workers, whether they are permanent staff, agency or contractors, need to be aware of issues that affect their health and safety at work.
Did you know that:
COSHH - Control of Substances Hazardous to Health –
Using chemicals or other hazardous substances at work can put people's health at risk. So the law requires employers to control exposure to hazardous substances to prevent ill health.
The Act sets out the general duties which employers have towards employees and members of the public, and employees have to themselves and to each other.
The HSE (Health and Safety Executive) leaflet gives the Five steps to ‘risk assessment ‘.
Besides carrying out a risk assessment, employers also need to:
Make arrangements for implementing the health and safety measures identified as necessary by the risk assessment;
2. Appoint competent people (often themselves or company colleagues) to help them to implement the arrangements;
3. Set up emergency procedures;
4. Provide clear information and training to employees;
5. Work together with other employers sharing the same workplace.
1.Define the term health and safety
2. Describe the health and safety law and what it includes (check you didn’t already do this in the ‘employment rights’ coursework, so that you don’t repeat yourself, if not then describe the law)
3. Why is the health and safety law there?
4.Describe some areas in your supermarket that could cause health and safety problems.
4.b. Who’s responsibility is it to ensure everyone is safe in the supermarket? (What are employees responsible for and employers responsible for?)
5.What does your supermarket do to ensure the safety of their staff. (Give supermarket examples)
6.What do they do to ensure the safety of their customers? (Give supermarket examples)
A and B grade
For your business, evaluate the procedures when dealing with health and safety issues.