My company has recently sent a bunch of us on a Health and Safety seminar, and our managers are now expecting to see some results and policies put in place in our locations .
I would like some advice on how to write a risk assessment for the team's bottle of 'correction fluid' without appearing to be massively taking the p**s.
If I start locking it up, and asking each of my team to confirm if they have received instruction on how to use it, or to sign a form that they understand the risks associated with using the product, each time they want it, my doctor's bill for rubber gloves is likely to go through the roof. To say nothing of my own increased absence from work due to escalating personal discomfort.
This is not a joke. It is now a Health a Safety issue if a bottle bloody Tippex goes missing. We are being asked to return empties and dried up bottles.
Sorry, but in my opinion anybody abusing a bottle of the stuff deserves everything they get. Anyone got any ideas?