Answer: Everyone has a role to play in Health and Safety!!
Every workplace has a responsibility to do a risk assessment and identify any hazards or potential dangers.
You should know who your Health and Safety officer is as this is the person you need to report to for any injuries and or dangers.
Everyone needs to read the workplace Health and Safety policy.
Every person at work, including yourself, have a role to play it making sure everyone stays safe. If you see something that you think is dangerous and could cause an injury then you need to report it so it can be delt with in a timely manner. If it hasn’t been fixed then follow it up.
If you are at a sports club or just out and about then there will be someone that is charge of Health and Safety.
EVERYONE THAT GOES TO WORK DESERVES TO COME HOME HEALTHY AND SAFE!!
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