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Chemical products such as sealants, adhesives, glues, epoxy resins, solvent based paints, isocyanate based foams/ paints, mineral oil and cement based products are used every day on construction sites.
This guidance has been prepared by the Health and Safety Authority (HSA) in consultation with the Construction Safety Partnership Advisory Committee (CSPAC), an advisory committee to the Board of the HSA.
This following guidance has been updated in order to comply with current legislation in particular the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013 Part 14 Construction Site Welfare Facilities.
Crystalline silica is widely found in nature. Occupational exposure to crystalline silica dust occurs in many industries.
This guidance document has been prepared to assist those working with Mobile Elevated Work Platforms
(MEWPs). It offers guidance on Static Vertical, Static Boom, Mobile Vertical and Mobile Booms.
This leaflet sets out the key duties of clients, designers, project supervisors and contractors under the Design and Management sections of the Construction Regulations.
UPDATED: These guidelines have been updated by the HSA to take account of the changes in the Safety, Health and Welfare (Construction) Regulations 2013. They aim provide practical guidance to Clients, Designers, Project Supervisors and Contractors on the duties and requirements of the regulations.
This is the first work plan since the amalgamation of the Construction Safety Partnership and the Construction Advisory Committee in 2016.
The aim of this code of practice is to provide practical guidance to designers, specifiers and installers of metal anchors on the requirements and prohibitions set out in the relevant statutory provisions.
This code of practice is intended to provide practical guidance on safe work in confined spaces and is operational from 1st May 2017.