- Department for Communities and Local Government and Chief Fire and Rescue Adviser
- Part of:
- Operational guidance for the fire and rescue service, Fire prevention and rescue, and Emergency planning
- 6 December 2010
- Applies to:
Generic risk assessment about working with helicopters to help fire and rescue authorities to draw up their own risk assessments.
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Generic risk assessment 4.5 examines the hazards, risks and controls that relate to fire and rescue service staff who are required to work at scenes where helicopters are present.
It does not cover unmanned aerial vehicles such as drones.
Published: 6 December 2010