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  • Health & Safety is our Business

  • K2 150 Hinckley Road Earl Shilton Leicester LE9 7LETel: 01455 876867 www.k2conferences.com

    How K2 can help your Business

    Establish a distinct identity for your health and safety brand through logo development.

    Create fresh training practises through both internal and external communications via posters, banners,

    notice boards, literature and training journals.

    Design and print all health and safety literature including handbooks, passports, and driving safety manuals.

    We can also assist with refreshing and updating all your existing materials.

    Implement successful recognition programmes to reinforce your current and future health and safety culture.

    Satisfy ever changing legal requirements which will save your company time money and reputation.

    The list of legal requirements is ever growing.

  • National Express Engineers handbook

    K2 150 Hinckley Road Earl Shilton Leicester LE9 7LETel: 01455 876867 www.k2conferences.com

    K2 have worked closely with us advising & producing excellent design work. The ideas and innovation has proved extremely successful, delivered on time and in a professional manner.

    Nick SorrillHead of Engineering Standards, National Express

  • National Express H&S Induction Passport

    K2 150 Hinckley Road Earl Shilton Leicester LE9 7LETel: 01455 876867 www.k2conferences.com

    This A5 pocket book was designed with dual purpose; health & safety induction and passport. It is an ideal introduction to the company for all new employees.

  • National Express H&S Workshop Posters

    K2 150 Hinckley Road Earl Shilton Leicester LE9 7LETel: 01455 876867 www.k2conferences.com

    TOOL BOX TALK - Engineering (Craft/Non Craft)

    1. Slips, Trip and Falls

    Todays Topic / IssueWhat can cause slips trips and falls?

    Every year in Britain slips, trip and falls cause:

    25% of all over 3 day injuries 50% of accidents to passengers 30% of all major injuries to employees

    Injuries can be severe: 90% of major injuries are broken bones

    Slips trips and falls cost us 200,000 a year in damage and lost production

    Walkways: Must be cleaned regularly (and

    recorded on QAF30) Must be clear of obstacles Must be clear of trailing wires /

    cables / air lines Must clear of spillages / kept dry Painted lines must be maintained

    Trip hazards: Trailing cables / hose Uneven surfaces Floor covering Curled mats Items in walkways Loose debris (nuts / bolts) Spills, granules not cleaned up

    Stairs and Steps:Slips, trips and falls on steps are more likely to result in injury: Steps should be even in height Be careful when using steps Use handrails provided at all timesStep edges should be painted in anti slip paint

    Slipping on fl oors: Most slipping incidents involve: Wet surfaces (snow, ice, rain) Oil leaks, spills Mopped fl oors still wetSmooth surface are dangerous when wet!

    Uneven SurfacesPoor LightingPoor Signage FloorsStairsRoutes

    Inadequate Visitor information

    Poor Maintenance Poor Housekeeping

    Poor Cleaning RegimesPoor Contamination Controls

    Lack of Winter Precautions Lack of Near Miss Reporting

    DrugsRunnningCarrying itemsInfi rm/DisabledDistractionInadequate FootwearAlcohol

    PREMISES MANAGEMENT

    PEOPLE

    Good housekeeping is essential

    Report any major issues / or incidents to your Supervisor immediately

    Always wear the correct PPE (safety footwear)

    Pay attention to signage (both permanent and temporary warning triangles)

    If you spot a hazard clear it up immediately (you are responsible NOT the cleaners)

    Ensure all items are stored correctly and returned after use

    Clear up chemical / oil spills immediately!

    Ensure you work clean - clear up all rubbish, spills etc as you go (IT IS NOT THE CLEANERS JOB)

    Pit barriers should be in place where required

    Use skipper barriers where required to cordon off dangerous areas

    WALK DO NOT RUN - take extra care on stairs and steps

    Do not struggle with heavy, bulk items (*remember your manual handling training)

    Ensure you have suffi cient storage for all items

    * If you have not received manual handling training please inform your Supervisor

    How can we work safe!How can we prevent / reduce slips, trips and falls?

    National Express is dedicated to keeping you safe but you have an obligation to the wellbeing and safety of yourself and your colleagues. By adhering to this guidance the workplace will be a safer place for all of us.

    NE_A3 Tool Box Talk_1 Slip Tips & Falls.indd 1 10/09/2013 06:55

    Workshop 1 - Slips, Trip and Falls Date: Throughout October Workshop to be delivered by your Supervisor

    Bus Stop 5678

    NE_A3 Tool Box Talk_1 ST&F workshop poster 1.indd 1

    10/09/2013 06:55

    - Slips, Trip and Falls

    Take Care, Be Aware!

    Workshop 1. Topic / IssueWhat can cause slips trips and falls?

    Slipping on fl oors: Most slipping incidents involve:

    Wet surfaces (snow, ice, rain)

    Oil leaks, spills

    Mopped fl oors still wetSmooth surface are dangerous when wet!

    Trip hazards: Trailing cables / hose Uneven surfaces Floor covering

    Curled mats

    Items in walkways Loose debris

    (nuts / bolts)

    Spills, granules not cleaned up

    Stairs and steps:Slips, trips and falls on steps are more likely to result in injury: Steps should be even in height Be careful when using steps Use handrails provided at all timesStep edges should be painted in anti slip paint

    Walkways: Must be cleaned

    regularly (and recorded on QAF30) Must be clear of

    obstacles Must be clear of

    trailing wires / cables / air lines Must clear of spillages / kept dry Painted lines must

    be maintained

    NE_A3 Tool Box Talk_1 ST&F workshop poster 2.indd 1

    10/09/2013 18:51

    These internal posters were used to announce a series of workshops for health & safety.

    The toolbox talk information was design and printed in A3 with a signature requirement on the back for all attendees.

  • Stagecoach H&S Handbook

    K2 150 Hinckley Road Earl Shilton Leicester LE9 7LETel: 01455 876867 www.k2conferences.com

    K2 recognised a need to improve our existing employee literature and have delivered a fi nal product that is both excellent and fully engaging for all staff.

    Graham WhitelocksH & S Director, Stagecoach

  • Hozelock Health & Safety Information Board

    K2 150 Hinckley Road Earl Shilton Leicester LE9 7LETel: 01455 876867 www.k2conferences.com

    We wanted to encourage our employees to stop and read our health & safety board but there was a problem that our staff were suffering from information overload. K2 created this colourful and clever use of our product to give our notice board appeal.

    Russell SparrowH & S Officer, Hozelock.

  • Triumph Employee Handbook

    K2 150 Hinckley Road Earl Shilton Leicester LE9 7LETel: 01455 876867 www.k2conferences.com

    Our brand guide lines are so strict that I feared any publication would be unimaginative and dull. However, through clever photography and design K2 have produced a colourful handbook that has proved very appealing to all our staff.

    Nicola DensleyH&S Offi cer, Triumph Motor Cycles

  • Hexcel H&S Workshop Promotional Items

    K2 150 Hinckley Road Earl Shilton Leicester LE9 7LETel: 01455 876867 www.k2conferences.com

    Health & SafetyWorkshop

    Hexcel Workshop 3 x 0.7m banner_Layout 1 02/04/2013 13:01 Page 1

    Have a chance to be entered into a prize competition for the most

    informative journal and to WINsome exciting prizes.

    For more information contact Natasha Laycock, extension: 2392

    Dont Forget...

    to collect your Safety Learning Journal

    Dont Forget...

    Hexcel Workshop 1_A1 Poster_Don't Forget_Layout 1 26/03/2013 16:34 Page 1

    into a prize competition for the most WIN

    Natasha Laycock, extension: 2392

    Office StaffDate: Monday 29th April & Wednesday 8th MayTime: By appointment only, see RSVP cardsWorkshop Location: Restaurant Conference Room

    By attending this workshop it will be linked to your performance related pay (VEP).

    Return your RSVP card toNatasha Laycock Tel: 01223 838392 Ext 2392

    Back pain, together well crack it

    to Health Workshop Back Back

    Hexcel Workshop 1_A1 Poster_OFFICE_REV2_Layout 1 05/03/2013 15:15 Page 1

    Banner

    Postcard

    Please fill in with your confirmation of attendance* and your contact details by Friday 5th April and return this card toNatasha Laycock in the EHS Department.*To help us plan the event efficiently, could you also respond if you are unable to attend.

    Name:......................................................................Job Title:.................................................................Tel no:......................................................................Email: .....................................................................We may need to contact you before the event, please let us have you preferred method of contact details (email or phone)

    If you are not able to attend, please let us know why................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

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