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We specialise in comprehensive risk assessments, policy development, workplace inspections, investigations, and audits, offering ongoing support packages. Our thorough audits delve into the intricacies of your health and safety management, covering onsite activities, employee tasks, utilised plant and equipment, and interactions with contractors.

Our aim is to pinpoint potential enhancements and guide you in implementing a strategic plan to ensure compliance. We provide clear, easy-to-understand reports and offer recommendations for improvements as needed.

If you are seeking ISO or RoSPA accreditations, we excel in reviewing and implementing both new and existing accreditation processes, ensuring your journey towards compliance is seamless and effective.

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Employers must document all workplace accidents involving their employees, whether on-site or at other locations. While an accident report form typically suffices, compliance with Social Security Regulations mandates the maintenance of an accident book.

Our annual reviews offer peace of mind by ensuring your strict compliance with the latest procedures and regulations. This strategic investment not only guarantees a secure work environment but also boosts your reputation as a responsible and forward-thinking business, contributing to long-term success and stakeholder confidence.

What is a Risk Assessment?

In essence, a risk assessment involves the comprehensive process of identifying and analyzing potential events that could adversely affect individuals, assets, or the environment. It also entails making informed judgments about the tolerability of these risks based on a thorough risk analysis.

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Why You Need a Risk Assessment?

As an employer, it is not only a legal obligation but also a fundamental responsibility to safeguard your employees and others from potential harm. The law mandates conducting a 'suitable and sufficient assessment' of risks related to both the health and safety of your employees and any risks posed to individuals not under your employment but affected by your work. Governed by the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, your minimum obligation involves:

  • Identifying hazards,

  • Evaluating the likelihood and severity of potential harm (the risk),

  • Taking decisive actions to either eliminate the hazard or, if not feasible, control the risk.

Risk assessment stands as a crucial component within the broader framework of managing and controlling risks in your workplace.

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Risk Assessments We Offer

Elevate your workplace safety with our expert Risk Assessment Services

Ensure meticulous planning, supervision, and execution of tasks by competent professionals possessing the skills, knowledge, and experience needed for the job. We emphasize the use of the right equipment for working at height, providing comprehensive solutions to enhance efficiency and mitigate risks.

Working at Height

Shield your workforce from the risks of injury due to hazardous manual handling in the workplace. Legal obligations specify employers' responsibilities in addressing manual handling risks. Safeguard your team with our tailored manual handling assessments, adhering to legal requirements for a secure working environment.

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COSHH

COSHH, legislation requires employers to regulate substances posing health hazards. Many businesses handle substances or products containing mixtures that could be harmful to employees, contractors, and others. Mitigate these risks with our specialized COSHH risk assessments, ensuring a secure environment for all stakeholders.

DSEAR

Ensure workplace safety by adhering to the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR). Employers must conduct a comprehensive assessment of fire and explosion risks linked to work activities with dangerous substances. Our expert team offers guidance and assistance in achieving DSEAR compliance, creating a secure operational environment for your business.

Legionella

Conducting a Legionella Risk Assessment (LRA) is a legal requirement under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, and building managers have a duty of care to the people in their buildings. An LRA should be conducted by a person who has the competence and authority to undertake physical and administrative checks

The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH) provides a framework of actions to control the risk from a range of hazardous substances, including biological agents (eg Legionella) - to identify and assess the risk, and implement any necessary measures to control any risk.

Our consultants provide a fully competent service to undertake & review risk assessments on all domestic & process water systems within your property.

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The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RR(FS)O) came into force in England and Wales on 1st October 2006. This also saw the repeal of many previous pieces of legislation, including the Fire Precautions Act 1971 and the need for fire certificates. 

 

Part 1 of the RR(FS)O identifies general duties, including that of the "responsible person", "general fire practices" and premises which it is applicable to.

 

Part 2, Articles 8-22B, covers in detail the on-going requirements, including specifically in Article 9 the need to carry out a risk assessment.

 

As the responsible person you must carry out and regularly review a fire risk assessment of the premises. This will identify what you need to do to prevent fire and keep people safe.

 

You must keep a written record of your fire risk assessment if your business has 5 or more people

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PUWER

Ensure workplace safety with our expert services in adhering to the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER). These regulations place duties on individuals and companies managing work equipment, while also assigning responsibilities to businesses and organisations where employees use such equipment. Count on our expertise for seamless PUWER compliance, providing templates and guidance for a secure operational environment.

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DSE

Elevate the well-being of your workforce in the realm of display screen equipment (DSE) usage, covering PCs, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. The Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations are tailored for workers engaging with DSE daily, for an hour or more at a time. Our service streamlines the provision of essential documents and policies, enabling effective management of DSE-related health risks. Access the expertise of our team, available to address queries and ensure the seamless implementation of these protocols for a healthier and more productive work environment.

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The law requires businesses with five or more employees to establish a written health and safety policy - this policy outlines your approach and designates responsibilities within your organisation.

 

Every business, regardless of size, is mandated by law to have a health and safety policy. This policy serves as a comprehensive guide to your overall approach, detailing how you, as an employer, will effectively manage health and safety.

 

Specifically, if you have five or more employees, the policy must be documented. While not obligatory for businesses with fewer than five employees, documenting your approach is beneficial for clarity and proactive management.

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Training Solutions

We offer a range of training solutions that will develop your staff skills and knowledge about critical safety issues, helping them to work safely and offering you peace of mind. We can help you meet your obligations in relation Fire Safety, Legionella and more with awareness training delivered in person.

We can also produce bespoke training videos that you can circulate around your business, making information accessible for your people 24/7.

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Support packagesOur Support Packages are designed to meet the requirements of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 and the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.Both of the above regulations place a statutory requirement on every employer/responsible person to appoint one or more competent persons to assist them to meet their legal health and safety obligations.

This means an employer must appoint someone competent to provide sound advice on all matters of health and safety.Many small to medium organisations simply can’t justify employing their own health and safety professional, to guide them through the maze of legislation compliance. Others do have these personnel, but they find that some projects need additional resources or specialist technical input. Our Safety Support packages provide you with your own complete team of experts at a fraction of the cost of employing someone directly in this role.​

Health & Safety Support Packages

Our Support Packages are designed to meet the requirements of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 and the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

 

Both of the above regulations place a statutory requirement on every employer/responsible person to appoint one or more competent persons to assist them to meet their legal health and safety obligations.. This means an employer must appoint someone competent to provide sound advice on all matters of health and safety.

Many small to medium organisations simply cannot justify employing their own health and safety professional to guide them through the maze of legislation compliance. Others do have these personnel, but they find that some projects need additional resources or specialist technical input. Our Safety Support packages provide you with your own complete team of experts at a fraction of the cost of employing someone directly in this role.​

Our health and safety support package is exceptional value for money prices start from £80  per month. It is an effective way of improving health and safety management whilst reducing costs and workplace risks, and allowing time for organisations to focus on their core business.

Audit of current Health & Safety provisions

Report and Alignment Plan

Provision of a Health and Safety management file

Quarterly/six monthly/Annual site visits

HSE updates

New policies and procedures

Training Needs Analysis

Annual H&S Audits

Act as Competent Person

Telephone support

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