Dangerous Goods by air


Part of a good risk assessment is a regular review…
An opportunity to look at the changes
that have occurred…

Staff – number, age,experience,responsibilities
Equipment – new machines
Methods – revised processes
Building structure – new facilities

and whilst noting all the changes remember to check what additional information, instruction and training you should have provided.

A training needs assessment starts the process in a cost effective way targeting the high risk areas.

Inviting a “fresh pair of eyes” to look over your safety provisions may help you spot areas for improvement.

Contact us to discuss how we can help you.


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