Mutual Training Recognition
by Luc Van Hecke
by Luc Van Hecke
Download our Tool Box Talk HSE - Monthly topic - 01 - Lift planning
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Breaking down of concrete piles has traditionally been carried out using hand-held pneumatic breakers. This method of work potentially exposes workers to significant health hazards associated with exposure to Hand Arm Vibration (HAV), dust and noise.
Summary of the inspection regimes and inspection periods in EFFC Member countries.
The UK’s Federation of Piling Specialists (FPS) shares its observations and findings on best practice in accident prevention.
Before work begins on site there are a number of issues that should be considered as part of any safety planning for foundations works. Our checklist is intended to help this planning process. It is for use by consultants, architects, insurers, government officials and those...
Single-use or one-way slings:the supplier’s problem has become our problem. German Expert Committee Opinion: Single-use woven webbing slings made of man-made fibres – Daily use?.
Links to organisations advising on the prevention of occupational accident and diseases and work-related health hazards, in addition to basic information relating to health and safety at work.
The EFFC collects incident reports across Europe with a view to analysing them to identify trends and areas where we can collectively improve safety on site. The below documents provide the context of this work and some of our initial conclusions from the data we...
Safety co-ordination on site is the responsibility of the client under the EU Mobile Site Safety Directive. This document sets out many of the issues our Members commonly experience on site as a result of inadequate co-ordination.
The EFFC has identified a series of key points, which support its objective of improving the safety performance across the whole of the EFFC Membership. These key points must be seen as complementary and additional to the EFFC Code of Conduct. Download the EFFC Health...
The EFFC holds the attainment of the highest standard of safety as a key objective. In order to achieve this Members of the Federation have agreed the following. Key points The EFFC has identified a series of key points, which support its objective of improving...