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Generic Risk Assessments Binder Pack

Author:
Department for Communities and Local Government
Publisher:
TSO (The Stationery Office)
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Price: £20.00
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The 'Generic Risk Assessments (GRA) Binder Pack' is the ideal solution for storing the new A4, loose-leaf versions of the GRAs. GRAs are documents that have been designed to safeguard fire and rescue personnel and members of the public.

The GRA binder pack includes the large ring-binder branded with the same red and black design as the individual GRAs; dividers so that each of the GRA sections filed within it can be easily separated; a 20 page introduction outlining the purpose of the GRAs, how to use them and arrangements for monitoring and review; foreword by Sir Ken Knight and a contents list of GRA sections. All of this content is presented in a sturdy binder box.

Key features:

  • Ring-binder

  • Dividers

  • 20 page introduction

  • Foreword by Sir Ken Knight

  • Content list of available GRA sections

  • Presented in a binder box.

Individual, loose-leaf GRA sections, to include within the binder, are available to order separately, please see below for details.

Save time with a Standing Order

Ensure you receive each of the GRA sections upon publication by setting up a standing order, available as:

  • A4 loose-leaf standing order (includes the binder pack).

  • A5 bound standing order.

Set up a standing order today by email: subscriptions@tso.co.uk, fax: +44 (0)870 600 5533 or by writing to TSO, Standing Orders Dept, PO Box 29, Norwich, NR3 1GN.

Extent N/A ISBN 9780117540149
Size A4 Price £20.00
Format Boxed Published 16 Sep 2009
Availability In Stock: 1 - 2 days Availability help (opens in new window) Delivery Delivery options and charges
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