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External visit procedure1Application of this procedure1.1This procedure should be followed by all staff members before undertaking any visits away...
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5th Jun
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Emergency homeworking risk evaluation1IntroductionThis risk evaluation outlines the risks we have identified as arising from emergency homeworking...
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Produced in partnership with DG Legal 5th Jun
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Homeworking guidelinesThese guidelines set out some practical suggestions and guidance for when you are working from home. Please also refer to our...
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5th Jun
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Health and safety incident report and record1GeneralReport compiled by[Insert name]Position of person compiling the report[Insert role]Date of...
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Produced in partnership with DG Legal 5th Jun
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Policy—lone working1Introduction1.1Both individual staff members who work alone and their managers have a duty to assess and reduce the risks lone...
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5th Jun
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Lone worker safety tipsGeneral•Be aware of your surroundings. Wearing headphones can reduce your awareness. When wearing headphones don’t turn them up...
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5th Jun
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Lone worker risk assessmentGeneralTask being undertaken/Working arrangement[Insert details, eg Fee earner working full time from home]Date of...
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5th Jun
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Emergency homeworking questionnaire for staff1About youName[Insert name]Role[Insert role]Address[Insert address]Contact telephone number(s)Please...
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Produced in partnership with DG Legal 5th Jun
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