Think Safety for Schools and Colleges
Think Safety for Schools and Colleges is a practical health and safety guide written specifically for the school or college workplace.
Promoting safer working practices in a user-friendly and unpatronising way, Think Safety for Schools and Colleges covers topics such as:
- working at a computer screen
- lifting and carrying heavy objects
- working alone
- what to do in an emergency, including first aid
- dealing with gas, electricity and chemicals
- reporting incidents and hazards.
It features straightforward and direct language, clear diagrams and illustrations and practical checklists for common situations and tasks, and not only helps fulfill a school or college’s employer’s responsibility to provide health and safety information, but more importantly helps reduce the risk of accident and injury for staff and students.
Think Safety for Schools and Colleges has been reviewed by legal specialists and is used by schools and colleges around the UK to complement existing health and safety policies and manuals.
Using Think Safety for Schools and Colleges
Think Safety can be used to help:
- promote your health and safety policies
- encourage staff to understand and adopt good health and safety practices
- inform teachers and the wider school workforce of their responsibilities
- form the basis of on-going training.
Think Safety for Schools and Colleges is available to purchase off-the-shelf in handy A5 format. We can add your organisation’s name and logo, or – for an additional fee – provide a specially-designed front cover. Prices vary depending on quantities ordered, as the table below shows.
|Number of copies||Price per copy||Add your name and logo on all copies|
|10 to 50||£5.95||£95|
|more than 501||Contact us for a quotation|
Prices do not include postage and packaging.
This product is zero-rated for VAT. Please note that there is a minimum order of 10 copies
Think Safety Benefits
- Promote your health and safety policies
- Help your staff understand and adopt good health and safety practices
- inform employees of their responsibilities
- Form the basis of on-going training.