If you’re a CRAMS customer, you can assign any of our 32 Toolbox Talks to relevant occupations within your organisation, prompting staff members to read and acknowledge them. You can then track this engagement, edit existing Toolbox Talks if you need to, or even write your own! Tracking on-the-job training has never been so easy.
Working at height remains one of the biggest causes of fatalities and major injuries. Falls from ladders and through fragile surfaces are the most common occurrences. “Work at height” means work in any place where, if there were no precautions in
Workplace hazards are everywhere. They can include: objects, substances, materials, energy, conditions of the site, and processes of the work. Identifying hazards that pertain to your work is incredibly important, as well as setting the suitable
Working alone is not in itself against the law, but employers are expected to consider carefully and deal with any health and safety risks for those working alone. While lone working may present the same amount of risk as a job under normal