Health & Safety for Businesses
COVID-19 Update - All face to face visits and inspections are currently suspended. Advice is available via email
Breckland Council carries out regular checks on offices, shops, warehouses, places used for leisure activities and other non-industrial premises, focusing on high risk work activities and business sectors. (The Health & Safety Executive deal with factories and other industrial operations). This ensures that safe and healthy working conditions are provided for all employees, the self-employed and members of the public visiting these premises
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Advice for businesses regarding Health and Safety in relation to coronavirus (COVID-19).
Information on our training courses
Health and Safety advice for your business.
How to report Health & Safety Complaints and Investigations
Accidents at work (RIDDOR*) *RIDDOR is an acronym of the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013.
Skin piercing is an industry that is regulated by Breckland Council.
Information on the legal requirements and enforcement of a 'Smoke-Free Workplace'
Restaurants, pubs, hotels and other businesses with commercial kitchens have a duty to make sure that their gas appliances are safe.
Breckland council has to be notified about both Cooling Towers and Evaporative Condenser
Mid-Anglia Environment Safety & Health Group
Advice for businesses with sunbeds, and how to comply with the law.
Asbestos advice for business
Last updated: 22/07/2020 12:00:35