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Safety reps

Become a CSP safety rep and represent other members on health and safety matters in the workplace.

Become a CSP safety rep

File 220547All paid-up physio or assistant members have the potential to become safety reps. You are entitled to paid time off work for your duties.

Find out what you need to do

Safety reps' resources

File 220993 Employment Relations & Union Services produces information and guidance on a wide range of health and safety issues. You can also find out more about the TUC's 'Brown Book'.

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The role of a safety rep

File 221217Safety reps advise and represent members on all matters relating to their health, safety and welfare at work. They also assist members in getting their health and safety problems resolved.

Discover more about the role

Training for safety reps

File 220634Use our training courses to develop your knowledge, skills and confidence as a CSP safety rep.

Find out what's available

Organising and involving members

File 220639Work together with other members to build a strong workplace culture that can tackle health and safety issues.

Tackle health and safety issues together

Time off for safety reps

File 221221As a CSP safety rep you have a legal right to time off work to carry out your role and attend training. Our quick guide and detailed fact sheets explain everything you need to know.

Access guidance on taking time off

Recruiting members

File 220647Help maximise CSP membership by encouraging non-union physio colleagues to join the society. The more members we have, the stronger we are as a trade union.

Find out how to recruit


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Last reviewed

11 December 2017
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