Health and Safety
Health and Safety
What H is the abbreviation of the Health and Safety Executive. What R is the act which governs the use of accident report books. What A is a powder found in older buildings which can cause dangerous diseases. What C is what an employee might win if an employer was found to be at fault for an accident. What S is what an employee might wear if they are working and could hurt their eyes. What A is a dangerous substance which could cause burns on your skin. What B is the cause of most employees taking time off their work. What S is when an employee is asked to stay at home if they have done something wrong at work. What D occurs when an employee loses their job due to them doing something wrong. What F is when an employer might have to pay some money due to an accident taking place. What P is when an employer has to go to court to stand trial for an accident which occurred. What D is what you must keep away from electrical items. What W is what you must not throw on an electrical fire. What R is a wrist problem which occurs from using a mouse too much. What B is what an employer can give you to cut down on back pain while sitting at a computer all day. What S is what shouldn't shine directly on you while you are working on a computer. What C is who employees should protect in the workplace as well as themselves. What I is a virus which if you have it, you should stay at home so it does not spread. What I is when someone from the Fire Department comes to see an organisation. What F should be kept shut but unlocked at all times to protect employees.
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