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Health and Safety

Useful documents:

Bonfire Advice Letter from the Environment Agency: Here....

Link to Health & Safety Executive Crowd Management guidance: Here....

Link to Health & Safety Executive guidance on Organising Fireworks Displays: Here....

Letter of Introduction. July 2017: Here... 

Example risk assessment - food preparation February 2016: Here...

Letter re: Food preparation safety - February 2016. Here......

Aide Memoir to Health & Safety 2015: Here...

Letter re: Use of gas barbeques and catering vans that use gas fired equipment for cooking, May 2015. Here...... 

Letter re: Food Allergen Labelling and Safe Storage of Petrol, November 2014. Here...

Allergen information for Loose Foods, November 2014. Here...

Download copy:  Safety Management System 2017 to 2018

Download copy: Road to Safety - reissued 2015

Download copy: Food Hygiene Training - available for only 10 per person

Download copy: Safer Food for Better Business - Food Standards Agency

Example Risk Assessments: Here.....

Risk Assessment blank template with guidance notes: Here..... 

Link to the Health & Safety Executive and the 5 Steps to Safety: Here...

 

Safety Management System - 105D

Aim: to raise the awareness of all Lions within District 105D of the need for due diligence as regards Health and Safety at all times.

Statement of Intent: District 105D adopts the Safety Policy of the Multiple District 105 as outlined in the MD Directory and adheres to the "Road to Safety" document.

1. All Clubs to be encouraged to appoint a Health and Safety Officer.
2. A clear statement of intent to be issued to all Clubs that each Lion activity organised within District 105D requires an appropriate written Risk Assessment.
3. All Clubs to be requested to keep a record of all Risk Assessment and other relevant safety documents eg Insurance Certificate, Food Hygiene Certificates etc.
4. Clubs to be made aware that the District Health & Safety Officer is available to assist Clubs with Risk Assessments either via Club visits or electronically.
5. Clubs to be directed towards consulting the MD Health and Safety Policy in the MD Directory and to the "Road to Safety" document on the MD web site.
6. Zone Chairs to be encouraged to include Health and Safety as a standard agenda item at Zone meetings.
7. Each Club should maintain an Accident Book, BI 510, available from the Health and Safety Executive, is the recommended book - it has removable pages which must be kept confidential.
8. The District Health & Safety Officer or Sergeant at Arms will deliver a safety announcement at all Cabinet Meetings.
9. The District Health & Safety Officer will prepare a written Risk Assessment for the District Convention.
10. The District Health & Safety Officer will maintain the Accident Book on behalf of the Cabinet.

Lion Peter Burnett - District Governor 2017-2018

Lion Jo Hamblin -  District Health & Safety Officer 2017-2018