JCH Safety Blog

How to conduct a fire risk assessment

How to conduct a fire risk assessment? Fire Risk Assessments are required under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. The person responsible for these duties is known as the ‘responsible person’ and they are normally either the building owner, occupier or...
Landlords in Leamington fined £25k

Landlords in Leamington fined £25k

  Landlords in Leamington fined £25k due to inadequate fire safety for tenants The joint landlords of a house of multiple occupation in Leamington have been prosecuted and told to pay a total of £25,000 in fines and £2,472.08 in costs. The courts heard that the...

Schools Check Your Risk Assessments

The Judd School in Kent was fined £10,000 after a student fractured his skull when he was struck by a ‘shot’ during a PE lesson.  Ensure that accidents don’t happen at your school by conducting suitable and appropriate risk assessments. What are the...
How to conduct a Risk Assessment Coventry

How to conduct a Risk Assessment Coventry

How to do a Risk Assessment in Coventry We pride ourselves in being able to offer a range of free and impartial advice to companies throughout the Coventry & Warwickshire area. There is currently a legal requirement for all types of companies to carry out a...

Welcome to the JCH Safety Blog

In this edition of the Blog, with it being December, I thought it might be a good idea to look at the issues around working outside in the cold. It’s been a warm year but it’s certainly getting colder outside now that Christmas is just around the corner. It is...