Tolley's Construction Health and Safety
"Tottel's Construction Health and Safety" looseleaf service is a source of reference and guidance material that provides clear, straightforward and detailed coverage of health and safety law affecting construction. The looseleaf service includes: quick-reference checklists; overview of legal requirements covering approaches for improving construction health and safety; sources of law and statutory duties; legal liability and enforcement and current and future developments; text of the CDM regulations with in-depth commentary; detailed Case Study and Approved Code of Practice Commentary on health and safety provisions in building and engineering contracts; commentary on good practice and legislative requirements for all aspects of construction health and safety; relevant HSE guidance reproduced; all relevant legislation reproduced in amended and annotated form; comprehensive list of reference documents including HSE publications and British Standards. It offers four updates a year (invoiced separately).
- 18 Nov 1999
- Lexisnexis UK
- London, United Kingdom
Table of contents
"Includes commentary sections on Approaches for Improving Construction Health and Safety, Sources of Law and Statutory Duties, Overview of Construction Health and Safety Law, Legal Liability and Enforcement, Current and Future Developments, CDM Regulations 1994,Construction (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1996, Health and Safety at work etc Act 1974, Management of Health and Safety at work Regulations 1999 Consultation Working Time.Contractors, Health and Safety Provisions in Building and Engineering Contracts, Risk Assessment, Accidents and First Aid, Fire Safety, Personal Protective Equipment, Manual Handling, Site Security, Work at Heights, Use of Vehicles on Site, Excavations, Environmental Issues, Machinery Safety, Confined Spaces and Harmful Atmospheres, Electricity, Substances covered by the COSHH Regulations, Asbestos, Lead, Radiation, Noise, and Vibration."