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Fire Alarm Installation & Servicing Risk Assessments
The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 Date: 8th JULY 2009 Client: All clients where fire alarms are serviced or installed. Location: At the premises of clients throughout the United Kingdom. Specific Activity: The assessment looks at potential risks to employees and others relating to the servicing and installation of Fire Alarm Systems. Assessment Review: In 3 years or in the event of a change in the nature of the task. Significant potential hazard Persons at risk and level of risk Controls in place to reduce risk of injury, comment and observations Lack of experience, information or training Employees and others - Low Risk Work is undertaken by time served electricians who are experienced and competent. H & S information is available at the Derby HQ Lack of supervision or instruction Employees and others - Low Risk Work is supervised and audited. The Technicians and Health and Safety Manuals are contained in each vehicle. No defined methods of work Employees and others - Low Risk All work is undertaken in accordance with the IEE Wiring Regulations and BS 5839 - Fire detection and alarm systems for buildings and BS5266 - Emergency Lighting. The Company health and safety arrangements are followed. Tests for electrical cables and pipes made prior to drilling. Areas are left clean and tidy. Noise, electricity and working heights Employees and others - Low Risk Hearing protection is worn when drilling. Live working is restricted and suitable precautions are taken. Suitable access equipment is used. Travelling/access issues Employees and others - Low Risk All Technicians are qualified drivers using properly maintained vehicles. A hi-vis vest and thermal jacket is supplied. A First Aid kit is carried. On arrival Technicians report / sign in and receive any local safety briefing. Contact with Asbestos or Chemicals Employees and others - Low Risk Inquiries are made regarding the presence of asbestos. Suspicious walls, ceilings etc are not disturbed. Disturbance of any asbestos is not permitted. Chemicals are used in small quantities and in well- ventilated areas. Manual handling - use of poor techniques Employees and others - Low Risk Technicians are trained in safe handling techniques. Safety footwear and workwear is worn. Summary of Risk Assessment No further action is required. Bruce Ambrose CEng MIMMM CMIOSH Nicholas Heap Chartered Safety & Health Practitioner Director IOSH Registered Health & Safety Consultant O Heap & Son (Derby) Limited

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