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Question 798 April 2013


Golden Rules for Safety - developing and implementing

Do any members have experience in developing and implementing Golden Rules for Safety?

As defined by "Those factors external to an individual’s task can be regarded as “Golden Rules”. Golden Rules, are often used in high hazard industries that either wish to sustain a high safety performance or aspire to achieving one. A Golden Rule is often the opposite action of the root cause of the incident the company wish to prevent. For example, the Golden Rule to prevent electrical shock is to follow isolation procedure".

 
 

The following 3 companies answered this question and 6 documents were supplied:

  • Environment Agency
  • Scottish Power plc
  • Tata Steel Europe
Documents
  • "Golden Rules - Machine Mats at Watercourses"
  • "Golden Rules - Towing"
  • "Golden Rules Poster - Accident Book"
  • "Golden Rules Poster - Energy wholesale"
  • "Golden Rules Poster - Induction"
  • "Golden Rules Poster - Working at heights"

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