What is Safety Statement?
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Importance and legal requirements of Safety Statement
Under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005, the employer (including self-employed persons) and persons in control of places of work must prepare a Safety Statement.
‘The Safety Statement is based on the principle that safety can be managed because most accidents and ill-health are foreseeable and can usually be prevented. The Safety Statement should be used to plan and control everything that is done in the workplace so that accidents don’t occur.’
Preparing a Safety Statement and implementing what you have written down will help employers prevent injuries and ill-health at work.
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