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Method Statements

Method statements are not specifically required by law but are seen by many as being an example of “best practice” and are commonly used as the next logical step to risk assessment.

A method statement describes in a logical sequence exactly how a job is to be carried out in a safe manner and without risks to health, including all the risks identified in the risk assessment and the measures needed to control those risks. This allows for all employees to be clear as to how a specific process should be carried out.

Method statements are often used as the base starting point for new employee training.

An example of one type of method statement are the Premiere Pictogramme pages, which are designed to be specific to the task, rather than to Premiere's products.

  

Further information on our Pictogramme System can be found on the Cleaning Academy section