Radio Safety Guide
Safety guide page structure
Each guide page contains:
- Description: Scope of the topic/activity/location.
- What can go Wrong?/Hazards: In order of significance.
- Legal / BBC Requirements: Legal requirements (usually UK) and BBC requirements that are mandatory.
- Control Measures: List of controls for all the listed hazards; sometimes with sub-headings such as planning, location, documentation or similar.
- Division Specific Issues: Relevant specific risks or controls unique to a division or programme department.
- FAQs / Did you know?: Interesting facts and frequently asked questions about the topic
- Related Links: Links, on the right hand panel to related safety guide pages; other myRisks pages that may be relevant; other BBC pages that may be relevant; related external links.
General Safety topics
General safety topics can be found in the general part of the myRisks site, including:
- Risk assessment
- Training (including mandatory)
- Selecting and managing contractors
- First aid and welfare
- Accident reporting and investigation
- Monitoring and supervision
- High Risk topics and Country pages
- BBC Safety and Emergency contacts
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It is not intended to provide instruction or guidance on how third parties should manage their risks. The BBC cannot be held liable for how this information is interpreted or used by third parties, nor provide any assurance that adopting it would provide any measure of legal compliance. More information.
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