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Our Services


What JRZ Health & Safety Consultants offer
We provide risk assessments, policies, workplace inspections, investigations, audits and ongoing support packages.
Our audit will look at how you manage health and safety across your business, its onsite activities, the tasks your employees carry out, any plant and equipment that’s used and the interaction with contractors.
We will identify potential improvements and help you deliver a plan to achieve them to ensure you’re compliant in an easy-to-understand report and recommendations for improvements if necessary.
If you are looking to gain accreditations with ISO or Rospa we can help with the review and implementation of new 
or existing accreditations.
Accident Investigations
Employers are required to record all accidents that happen within their workplace or to their employees working in other premises. In most cases, an accident report form is sufficient, however Social Security Regulations also require employers to maintain an accident book.
We’ll then review it on an annual basis, giving you peace of mind that you’re following the latest procedures.
Why do we need a Risk Assessment?
As an employer, you’re required by law to protect your employees, and others, from harm.
As an employer, you must make a ‘suitable and sufficient assessment’ of risks to your employees’ health and safety, and risks to others not in your employment that are created because of your work.
Under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, the minimum you must do is:
identify what could cause injury or illness in your business (hazards)
decide how likely it is that someone could be harmed and how seriously (the risk)
take action to eliminate the hazard, or if this isn’t possible, control the risk.
Assessing risk is just one part of the overall process used to control risks in your workplace.

What is a Risk Assessment?
Broadly speaking, a risk assessment is the combined effort of: identifying and analysing potential events that may negatively impact individuals, assets, and/or the environment; and making judgments "on the tolerability of the risk on the basis of a risk analysis.
Risk Assessments we offer

Working at Height
You must make sure work is properly planned, supervised and carried out by competent people with the skills, knowledge and experience to do the job. You must use the right type of equipment for working at height.
COSHH is the law that requires employers to control substances that are hazardous to health. Most businesses use substances, or products that are mixtures of substances. Some processes create substances. These could cause harm to employees, contractors and other people.
Manual handling
As an employer, you must protect your workers from the risk of injury from hazardous manual handling in the workplace. The law sets out how employers must deal with risks from manual handling:
It applies to premises controlled in connection with a trade, business or other undertaking where water is stored or used, and where there is a means of creating and transmitting breathable water droplets (aerosols), thus causing a reasonably foreseeable risk of exposure to legionella bacteria.
Carrying out a risk assessment is your responsibility. You may be competent to carry out the assessment yourself but, if not, you should call on help and advice from either within your own organisation or from outside sources, e.g. consultancies.
Employers (and/or building owners or occupiers) must carry out a fire safety risk assessment and keep it up to date.
As an employer, you must protect your workers from the health risks of working with display screen equipment (DSE), such as PCs, laptops, tablets and smartphones.
The Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations apply to workers who use DSE daily, for an hour or more at a time.
Our service provides you with all the documents and policies you need to manage this effectively and our team are available to support with any queries relating to put these into practice.
PUWER, place duties on people and companies who own, operate or have control over work equipment. PUWER also places responsibilities on businesses and organisations whose employees use work equipment, whether owned by them or not.
The Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR) require employers to assess the risk of fires and explosions arising from work activities involving dangerous substances, and to eliminate or reduce these risks.
Asbestos management
Before you start any work in a building that might contain asbestos (e.g. built or refurbished before the year 2000), you need to take steps to identify and manage any asbestos containing materials that may be present.
Our team of experts are on hand to answer any questions or concerns you may have. If asbestos is found in your premises you’ll need to prepare an asbestos management plan which we’ll provide a template and guidance for.
H&S Policies
If you have five or more employees, it’s a legal requirement to have a written health & safety policy in place which sets out your approach, who does what, where and when.
The law says that every business must have a policy for managing health and safety.
A health and safety policy sets out your general approach to health and safety. It explains how you, as an employer, will manage health and safety in your business. It should clearly say who does what, when and how.
If you have five or more employees, you must write your policy down. If you have fewer than five employees you do not have to write anything down, but it is useful to do so
What should be in a policy?
Part 1: Statement of intent
State your general policy on health and safety at work, including your commitment to managing health and safety and your aims. As the employer or most senior person in the company, you should sign it and review it regularly.
Part 2: Responsibilities for health and safety
List the names, positions and roles of the people in your business who have specific responsibility for health and safety.
Part 3: Arrangements for health and safety
Give details of the practical arrangements you have in place, showing how you will achieve your health and safety policy aims. This could include, for example, doing a risk assessment, training employees and using safety signs or equipment.
We can provide you with the compliant documents to enable you to meet your legal obligations and as part of our Premium service, will review your current process and policies and either update your existing or implement a new management system, depending on your needs.

Policies and Risk assessments
We offer a reasonably priced service to provide individual risk assessments and policies with on going support to businesses. Please ask for more details of these documents to keep your business compliant with industry standards 
Training Courses
We offer Responsible Person duty holder Legionella Awareness training & Fire Extinguisher & Fire Warden bespoke courses for business owners to fulfil their employer responsibilities

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 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 And Safety Support Package
Our health and safety support package is exceptional value for money prices start from £70  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
New policies and procedures
Provision of a Health and Safety management file
Training Needs Analysis
Annual H&S Audits
Quarterly site visits
Act as Competent Person
Telephone / Email support
Monthly news letter

We examine what organizations are doing to stay relevant and competitive in this fast-paced world, and which ones are doing it best. We then strategize using smart tools and global resources in order to understand the implications of every choice our clients can make. Get in touch to learn more about how this service can help you.

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