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Explain the actions to take if unsafe practices have been identified
If you believe that unsafe practices are happening, there are several steps that you could take, firstly, talk to other colleagues, they might share your concerns. [ Secondly, make sure your written records, are up to date and highlight any incidents that you think are relevant, also gather as much other evidence as possible, this could be photographic, written recorded etc, Thirdly, make a
senior colleague aware of your concerns (if you think the situation is urgent, you should do this first). You could also write a letter to the relevant department/manager explaining your concerns simply and clearly. Another course of action that you could take, would be to contact your local trade union or health and safety representative. ]
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