Health and safety project work
The district council carries out routine health and safety enforcement inspections of premises that have been rated higher risk.
Normally, a mail shot is sent periodically to premises which have been rated lower risk, asking them to confirm they have reviewed their health and safety management arrangements and enclosing a self-audit form.
In addition to this type of work, the council carries out projects which are targeted at high risk areas of work. For example, checking that businesses have addressed the duty to manage asbestos issues.
Project work may involve approaches other than inspections, such as giving talks. Attached below are reports of both recent and past project work.
- Asbestos Project 2007 [PDF 29kb]
Report on the Asbestos Project 2007
- Back Protection Project 2006 [PDF 25kb]
Report on the Back Protection Project 2006
- Common Approach to Sussex Enterprises Project 2010 [PDF 164kb]
Report on the Common Approach to Sussex Enterprises
- Dermatitis 2008 [PDF 27kb]
A Report on the Dermatitis Project 2008
- Falls in Care Homes Project 2009 [PDF 28kb]
A report on the Falls in Care Homes Project 2009
- Hairdressers Project 2007 [PDF 29kb]
A Report on the Hairdressers Project 2007
- Hearing Protection in Entertainment Venues Project 2008 [PDF 41kb]
A Report on the Hearing Protection in Entertainment Venues Project 2008
- Liquefied Petroleum Gas Safety Project 2010 [PDF 131kb]
Report on the Liquefied Petroleum Gas safety project in mobile catering units
- Moving Goods Safety Project 2008 [PDF 52kb]
A Report on the Moving Goods Safety Project 2008
- Newspaper Delivery Safety Project 2006 [PDF 31kb]
A Report on the Newspaper Delivery Safety Project 2006
- Safety in Churches Project 2012 [PDF 72kb]
A Report on the Promotion of Safety in Churches Project 2012
- Work Related Violence Project 2010 [PDF 169kb]
A Report showing the results of the work related violence project