PERMIT TO WORK (NCR Pads & Books — Construction)
FREE DELIVERY** Usually Printed & Delivered within ONE WEEK
Permit to Work Forms printed in Full Colour!
- 50 Sets per NCR Pad / Book
- Strawboard Back
- Printed one side only
- Glued / Padded or Bound at one edge
- Loose Writing Shields / Card covers
- Carbonless NCR on 82gsm GiroForm
- 1-Part are Notepads on 120gsm white Bond
PERMIT TO WORK TEMPLATE
You can customise our Permit to Work templates for your construction business, including adding your company's logo in Full Colour for FREE.
Just click on the big PINK button!
YOUR CHOICE OF CARBONLESS PERMIT TO WORK' NCR PRODUCTS are:
NCR SETS: Loose Carbonless sheets glued together at top edge.
NCR PADS: 50 NCR Sets Glued into thick Pads
NCR BOOKS Upgrade: 50 NCR Sets perforated, stapled and tape-bound on spine for robustness allowing you to retain a copy in the Book.
Trade Printing UK has the largest range of FREE, professional Permit to Work templates for Carbonless NCR printing available in the UK and Ireland — ready for NCR Sets, NCR Pads and NCR Books.
*EXPRESS Turnaround is applicable to smaller quantities only; Higher quantities we'll supply a "Part Order" within the reduced time frame and then send on the remainder within the week.
** GB, N.Ireland, Republic of Ireland — 1 x 30kg box ONLY. SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS, ISLANDS & EUROPE WILL INCUR A SMALL SURCHARGE. Usually printed & delivered within one week or sooner, however higher quantities (particularly of staple bound & perforated Books) may take a few days longer which we'll advise. If you need something sooner ask us nicely and we'll try our best to help!
WHAT ARE PERMIT TO WORK FORMS?
Permit to Work forms are used when carrying out potentially hazardous work on UK construction sites as they allow accurate recording of checks and safety procedure methods used, along with signed declarations by those personnel who are ultimately responsible.
When do you need to use a Permit To Work form?
You need a Permit to Work forms are used by UK construction-based companies designed to identify, communicate, mitigate and control risk in hazardous areas, non-standard situations or potentially hazardous conditions, to ultimately prevent accidents. They are an essential systematic process for frontline workers' safety.
The Permit to Work process includes risk assessment, establishment of safety protocol, communication and oversight to minimise Health, Safety, Environment and Sustainability risks.
Examples of permits to work would be on Construction or Industrial work sites, which are full of hazards like the spray of welding sparks, corrosive chemicals and materials, energised electrical conductors, confined spaces, loose valve fittings etc, limiting the impacts of human error and ensuring there aren't any surprise hazards on-site, basically anywhere were non-routine, hazardous work activities take place.
An example of a solution process could include erecting safety barriers to prevent welding sparks flying near flammable chemicals.
What key elements should be on a Permit To Work form?
A standard UK Permit To Work form must contain processes to:
- Identify the scope of work and its associated risks to personnel
- Determine hazardous areas on-site
- Determine types of work considered hazardous on-site
- Designate a named person to authorise any hazardous construction work or processes
- Designate work supervisors on-site to ensuring safety and protocols are carried out
- Designate work supervisors must conduct training and instruction to on-site personnel
- Designate trained personnel to carry out the work safely
- Clearly communicate protocols to on-site or off-site workers every day
- Determine permitted duration, or time to completion of hazardous tasks
What in UK Government issues Permit to Work guidance?
According to the independent UK regulator, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), Permit to Work Systems must also consider the human factor, objectives and management of the Permit to Work system, skill levels of the construction personnel authorised to do the hazardous work, unconscious and conscious incompetence on-site (the 'human factor'!), and the various types of work permits needed.
We can customise these for your company
Your print choice of Carbonless NCR Permit to Work products:
- NCR SETS: Loose Carbonless sheets glued together at top edge
- NCR PADS: 50 NCR Sets Glued into thick Pads. MOST POPULAR CHOICE!
- NCR BOOKS: 50 NCR Sets perforated, stapled and tape-bound on spine for robustness allowing you to retain a copy in the Book.
Trade Printing UK has the largest range of FREE, professional templates for Carbonless NCR printing available in the UK — ready for NCR Sets, NCR Pads and NCR Books.
*GB, N. Ireland, Republic of Ireland — 1 x 30kg box ONLY using DPD48 (2-day) service.
*SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS, ISLANDS & EUROPE WILL INCUR A SMALL SURCHARGE
Our printing prices are based on ONE free parcel weighing up to 30Kg going to ONE address.
Our print prices also include delivery to ONE address only.
1 day upgrade – England, Scotland*, Wales to include an additional surcharge Trade Printing UK currently offer FREE Delivery on print to the majority of the UK and Ireland (*excluding Isle of Man, Scottish Highlands, Channel Islands — surcharge applies), but if you're in a hurry, we can expedite shipping after production finishes with other upgrade options.
Highlands, Islands and Europe, post Brexit can take one week to export!
Split addresses available at extra cost. £POA
Actual shipping time of your print order will vary depending on where you are in the country and when you order. Working Day times are all Monday to Friday only as standard. These exclude weekends and public holidays (although sometimes our carrriers choose to elect a weekend day to deliver to non-commercial premises). See our Terms & Conditions for more details on our logistics policy.
If you'll have more than one parcel in your print order that needs to be expedited, we will advise you at time of order and charge you accordingly.
NOTE: Once parcels are collected by our carrier, responsibility for on-time delivery rests with the carrier as circumstances may occur beyond our control (i.e. office closed, weather, flight delays, access denied etc).