The Health and Safety App has been developed by Alexander Safety Solutions Limited in Partnership with TuffLogix Limited to engage with SME’s, as well as large multinational companies worldwide. The aim is to enable employers to comply with their legal obligations, which are set out within Health & Safety Legislation, with the use of digital apps. Our software helps areas of your business to ensure compliance with Health and Safety Legislation and industry best practices. Join us on our mission to bring health and safety back to basics. Our offline-based software mobile app gives you the tools and processes to make sure your people are safe and your organization is compliant to Health & Safety Legislations & Regulations.
The Dynamic Risk Assessment Tool is designed to thoroughly look at your task to identify those things, situations, processes, etc. that may cause harm, particularly to people. After identification is made, you analyze and evaluate how likely and severe the risk is. When this determination is made, you can next, decide what measures should be in place to effectively eliminate or control the harm from happening.
The manual handling Tool can be used to assess each manual handling activity within your own organization. The manual handling tool gives you options to assess TASK, INDIVIDUAL, LOAD, ENVIRONMENT and OTHER FACTORS and will help your organization conduct dynamic risk assessments or on the spot assessments.
The COSHH assessment tool is a systematic examination of a task or process that involves using a potentially hazardous substance. A COSHH Assessment is carried out for the purpose of identifying hazardous substances you may use, whether the precautions you have taken are acceptable and what control measures are in place.
The Workstation Assessment Tool is to assess a workstation and find any issues that may affect poorly on health. Once problems are identified, solutions can be made in order to improve the workstation. Workstation Assessment Tool makes sure that workstations are set up safely and in line with health & safety legislation. Workstation Assessment Tool can also help find many improvements, this could be anything from ensuring you use an external mouse and keyboard to ensuring that your wrists are in line with your forearms. As well as workstations improving the health and wellbeing of staff, they also aid in reducing health and safety litigation.
The Accident Report Tool can be filled in by anyone; however any first aiders will need to be present to ensure that the information entered onto the form is accurate. The following list comprises the information which may need to be collected:
• Date , time and location of the incident
• Details of any injuries sustained
• Information about the first aid provided
• Name and signature of first aider or person dealing with incident
• Photographic evidence, to support the Accident Report.
Safe System of Work Tool can define a formal procedure which results from systematic examination of a task in order to identify all the hazards. The safe system defines safe methods to ensure that hazards identified within the Dynamic Risk Assessment are eliminated or risks minimized. A safe system of work is needed when hazards cannot be physically eliminated and some element of the associated risk remains. This principle should be applied to routine work as well as the more specialist areas.
The Toolbox Talks material provide support for brief presentations and discussions about a series of safety and health hazards. For each topic, there is information that can first be read to the audience. During the discussions, workers are encouraged to relate the hazard covered to their own work environments. The Toolbox Talks can be used one at a time, or they can be used as modules in a longer training session, such as annual refresher training. No training expertise is needed by the presenter to run sessions using the guidance of this material.