Health and Safety Bulletins

Welfare Facilities

You should provide:
  • clean and working toilets;
  • washbasins with hot and cold running water;
  • soap and towels;
  • sinks large enough to wash face, hands and forearms;
  • somewhere to change, dry and store clothing;
  • drinking water, and cups if needed;
  • a rest area to sit, make hot drinks and eat food.

You must also keep your welfare facilities warm and well ventilated, with lighting if necessary.


Hot Works

The Company’s Permit-to-Work system is designed to ensure that those affected are consulted at the planning stage to check that all eventualities have been considered when organising such activities and are an important means of minimising any risks involved.



Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are injuries or pain in the human musculoskeletal system, including the joints, ligaments, muscles, nerves, tendons and structures that supports limbs, neck and back.