M1- Asses the Implications of Health and Safety and Security Legislation and Regulations for a Business Role in a Work Place.
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M1- Asses the implications of health and safety and security legislation and regulations for a business role in a work place.
This covers different roles with Super Group, I will be looking at the health, safety and security legislation and regulation have different implications. Ever since health and safety has been introduced into the work place they have to have set up and complete risk assessments due to the management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 legislation, for example if an employee at Super Group was set up a risk assessment and the first implication is to make sure they include all possible hazards and risks. The next implication of the risk assessment they have to make sure they involve is every employee that…show more content… This legislation applies to any landlord, manager (who ever is in charge) or the self employed, this act is simply in place to make sure the basic welfare of any employee and these are broken into two separate category’s facilities and the working environment.
I will now be looking at The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 legislation helps protect employees against electrical injuries that occur in the work place, each year in the UK there an estimated number of 1000 injuries at work all from electrical shocks or burns. They have to make sure all their equipment and supplies are safe by regular tests that show they are safe. At super Group the use of electrical equipment is daily they have many large machines and now in each department they use at least four laptops and other electrical equipment. There are three points every business has to make sure they follow: * Make sure their electrical equipment is constructed in a way that prevents danger, and making sure all the equipment is tested properly. * Maintain their electrical systems correctly to prevent