Risk management articles for churches about health and safety
Any lifting equipment at your church needs to be safe to use.
How to avoid hazards from legionella bacteria at your church.
Reduce the risk of fire at your church with help from our fire risk assessment template and supporting guides.
Ladders and stepladders are commonly used in churches. They are a practical option for low-risk tasks and there is no ban on their use. However, they must be used with caution.
Phishing attacks have grown far more sophisticated and targeted, even a personal email from a source you trust, isn’t necessarily what you think it is.
The onset of cold weather will bring the usual related problems for churches and associated properties. This risk guidance offers you practical advice for some of the most common issues.
When protecting your church from metal theft, the first consideration is using a forensic marking system, for example SmartWater. It is a condition of your insurance that you use a forensic marking system approved by us, register your kit and display signage.
Insuring historic property and valuable contents is a highly specialised area that requires expert assessment and professional advice.
How one church’s roof alarm successfully prevented metal theft on three separate occasions.