A range of risk management guidance and resources on how to identify, assess and address fire risks.
Display screen equipment (DSE) includes any computer, laptop, touch screen or similar device. This type of equipment is commonplace in most workplaces.
Ladders and stepladders are used in many workplaces. There is no ban on this and they offer a practical option for low risk, short duration tasks.
Some products or substances encountered at work such as dusts, fumes, asbestos or lead can potentially be hazardous to health.
Moving loads by hand is a common enough task in many workplaces, but it is not without risk to those involved. Typical injuries include sprains, strains, cuts and even fractures.
When young people start work for the first time, they may be at greater risk of injury than other staff.
Personal protective equipment is equipment and clothing that protects against health or safety risks at work.
Ecclesiastical are partnering with leading researchers at the Health and Safety Executive’s Science and Research Centre to develop practical advice for charities.
Underinsurance remains a key issue. Valuations can be expensive and clients often resist them because they fear sums insured and premiums will increase but the application of the average clause can be worse.
Ecclesiastical Insurance has launched a new proposition, Ecclesiastical Smart Properties, which uses cutting-edge technology to protect some of the UK’s most iconic properties.