It lets you weigh up whether you have taken enough precautions to protect them or need to do more.
Assessing the risks from work activities is a legal requirement, but it is also the key to effectively managing health and safety.
A migrant worker is considered to be someone who is or has been working in Great Britain (GB) in the last 12 months, and has come to GB from abroad to work within the last 5 years.
A labour provider is a person or company who supplies workers to a third party.
Although many overseas workers arrange their own accommodation, in some industries, particularly agriculture and healthcare, accommodation is often provided by the labour provider or user.
Permanent, fixed accommodation made available or supplied to overseas workers is subject: Residential accommodation in caravans is subject to the Caravan Sites and Control of Development Act 1960.
Both parties need: In Scotland, this advice can be found on the business gateway website.
A risk assessment is a careful examination of what, in your workplace, could cause harm to people.
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It reduces the potential for accidents and ill health that can not only ruin lives but also seriously affect your business if output is lost, or plant machinery or property is damaged.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE), trade associations and other organisations have published advice and guidance on how to carry out risk assessments.
This section gives essential guidance to employers, employment agencies, employment businesses, gangmasters and other labour providers on their responsibilities under health and safety law towards migrant workers.
The same health and safety law applies to migrant workers as to the GB workforce, and everyone at work, including employers and workers, has responsibilities under it.