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Appendix 4 - Published guidance A-C

Alarm handling

The EEMUA guidelines, which the HSE contributes to and recommends, suggest that of the total number of alarms present the split between emergency: high priority: low priority should be 5:15 and 80% respectively. Note: for the Power Plant the split was found to be 10:70:20

Asbestos

For further guidance on asbestos and related issues see

COMAH

Competent Authority

Construction (Design and Management) Regulations

For general information on health and safety in construction see:

Corporate governance/directors responsibilities

This is a practical guide that will ensure that the board of a company is aware of the significant risks faced by their company and the procedures in place to manage them. Executive management is responsible for managing risks through maintaining an effective system of internal control, and the board as a whole is responsible for reporting it.

2015-09-30