An initial health and safety review of your operations to assess levels of statutory compliance.
The production of a bespoke health and safety policy (and supporting record formats) for your business as well as a prioritised action plan which explains any further action that is required to comply with the law.
Telephone advice and support during normal business hours.
Routine health and safety updates.
A follow up site visit after 6 months to assess progress and to complete a site inspection (action plan updated).
Additional assistance is always available to help you with the implementation of your action plan, such as health and safety training services, Asbestos Surveys, Legionella Surveys or practical assistance with risk assessments and contractor vetting services. Please visit our consultancy service for further information.
After a 15 year career as an Environmental Health Technician in the Royal Army Medical Corps, Richard progressed into risk management and health and safety. He holds the NEBOSH National Diploma in Occupational Safety & Health and has over 20 years experience advising and assisting clients from a wide variety of industries. He currently works with clients ranging from a multi-national public transport provider to SMEs across the UK.
May 3, 2018
Do you legally need to train your staff in health and safety?...
The simple answer is yes you do, but there are more compelling arguments other than the fact that it is a legal requirement. There are also good moral and financial business cases to be made.
March 22, 2018
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has launched a risk management initiative which highlights the most significant risks in the agricultural sector associated with building maintenance: working at height and handling asbestos.read more
February 26, 2018
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is reminding farmers to take simple steps to avoid, or manage, risk when carrying out building maintenance as it launches its latest inspection initiative.read more
November 20, 2017
Recent changes to the way that UK courts calculate fines for health and safety offences have led to a dramatic increase in the punishments being handed down by the courts.read more
November 16, 2017
In this edition we have highlighted some of the key health and safety cases that have recently appeared before the courts throughout the UK.read more