Risk management articles for churches about health and safety
Every year, a number of accidents occur in churches, church halls and churchyards. Not only does this cause pain and suffering to those who are injured, it can often result in disruption to the smooth running of the church and its various activities.
Many churches offer their premises for hire to outside groups and organisations.
Tower tours are a great way to allow parishioners and other members of the public to enjoy the splendour of your church, while raising funds for a good cause.
Slips and trips are one of the most common causes of injury in many workplaces. Whilst most of these are minor, others can be severe and cause disruption to your organisation.
Managing the asbestos risk to protect those around you.
Responsibilities, planning and frequently asked questions.
Those who work or volunteer for a church are often required to complete tasks on their own; this could be in the church itself and the surrounding churchyard, or while visiting others.
Churches have a long tradition of helping those in need, and so it is no surprise that many churches open their doors to provide shelter to homeless people every winter.
Slips and trips are the most common causes of injury in churches. While most of these are minor, others can be quite severe and, in some cases, disabling.