Avoid using public transport when carrying money when

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- Avoid using public transport when carrying money. When going to the bank, let someone know when you are expected to return. - Use signs such as ‘no cash kept on premises’.
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- Make sure the point of sale worker is visible from the outside of the café or restaurant. Electricity base and venue safety checklist Check yes no n/a Electrical installations are installed, constructed, maintained, protected (cover) and tested to minimise the risk of electric shock or fire. Evidence of maintenance and testing in place. Components clearly marked and switchboard free from obstructions. Yes Hand held portable equipment is protected by RCD (not construction) Switchboard or fixed sockets marked whether RCD protected. Maintenance program in place Yes Flexible cords and extension cords are used in a safe manner Connection moulded or transparent plug Plugs, sockets and extension leads in good condition and protected from damage Yes Electrical installations are protected from damage that would increase the risk of electrical shock or fire Yes The work is organised for the safety of workers and others at the workplace Work in the vicinity of power lines and plant NA Travel adaptors must have insulated pins, must not have holes in the pins and bear the Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM) or approval number. Yes Glass washers which have the control panel at the lower part of the front panel, should not get wet, if they do as a result of water overflowing due to a blockage; ensure the machine is isolated from power supply and controls allowed to be dry before use. Ensure training is provided, operators manual available. Yes Hazardous substances safety checklist Check yes no n/a The register of hazardous substances is complete and current. The register includes a contents list and material safety data sheets (MSDS) for all hazardous substances, such as cleaning products, used from time to time at the workplace. The MSDS are < 5 years old Yes The register of hazardous substances is readily available for workers Yes The outcome of the risk assessment for all hazardous substances is recorded in the hazardous substances register Yes Decanted bottles containing hazardous or other substances are labelled Yes Practical control measures are in place to reduce risks relating to hazardous substances For instance, substitute hazardous substances for non-hazardous substances, use substances in accordance with MSDS eg. do not use oven cleaner in spray bottles, ensure adequate personal protective equipment (PPE) is provided and used Yes PPE for use with hazardous substances is maintained and in good working order Yes Training has been provided to workers working with hazardous substances or is likely to be exposed. Training includes potential health risk and toxic effects, control measures to minimise risk, correct use of methods to reduce exposure, correct care and use PPE Yes A record of hazardous substance training is kept at the workplace Yes If drain cleaner is used at the workplace, a pre-purchase risk assessment been carried out
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  • Fall '19
  • Occupational safety and health, HARASSMENT

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