1. Systems of work have been devised to be as safe as far as is reasonably practicable.

  2. Risk assessments of work activities and audits are regularly carried out in order to ensure that systems of work remain safe.

  3. The need for employees to follow the systems and procedures laid down by the company.

  4. The legal obligations both on the company and employees to ensure that, so far as is reasonably practicable, systems of work are safe and without risks to health.

  5. Hazards of jobs under discussion.

  6. The need to report “near-misses”, occupational health hazards and accidents, and the procedures for doing so.

  7. The importance of good housekeeping.

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