The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act and The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations requires all Employers and Self-employed to have a written safety statement and emergency plans which are specific to the business.
Risk Assessment performed and Safety Statement compiled
Procedures developed and all associated requirements
The lack of a current safety statement can result in prosecution and been heavily fined in a court of Law.
At Safetydot.com it is our policy to tailor your Safety Statement to meet your needs.
Law Case Study
Dismissing a claim by an employee who alleged his fingers were cut on a rotating saw in a joinery, a High Court judge said the company was “to be commended”....
The High Court heard that the defendant regularly updated their safety statement.
(Petera v Callan Joinery Ltd: High Court, Waterford. March 2010)