What We Do

Complying with UK health and safety law can be a complicated process, but research has shown that managing health and safety correctly saves money in the long run.

The range of services offered is very comprehensive, and briefly is as follows:

Health & Safety Documentation
Including but not limited to the following;
Health & Safety Policy, Environmental Policy, Site Waste Management Policy, Construction Phase Health & Safety Plans, Risk Assessments, Manual Handling Assessments, Method Statements, COSHH Assessments, Site Rules, Site Induction Sheets, Tool Box Talks Packages and Equal Opportunities Policy.

Assistance with Health & Safety Questionnaires
We have extensive experience in providing assistance with Safecontractor, Constructionline, CHAS and various Main Contractor questionnaires.

Assistance with PQQs
We have extensive experience in providing assistance with Public Bodies, Local Authority etc. Pre Qualification Questionnaires.

Accident Investigation
We can provide a complete accident investigation service including writing reports and dealing with HSE investigation. We have prepared reports for solicitors which, have been subsequently used in litigation.

Workplace Risk Assessments
The fundamental cornerstone of an organisation's health and safety arrangements are the identification of potentially hazardous areas and activities together with the health and safety risks people involved in each of these areas and activities, having regard to Health & Safety law (Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, Regulation 3).

We can carry out a comprehensive assessment of the workplace risks for client's premises and produce a report detailing the recommended risk improvements with timescales for completion.

Site Inspections
Independent site inspections represent a recognised method of verifying a companies standard of health and safety on their construction sites and their compliance with health and safety legislation.

The methods used by ourselves involve producing a detailed report with comments coded in green, amber, red or purple. Green indicates a low level risk, amber is a medium level of risk, red is a high level of risk requiring prompt attention and purple is a very high level of risk requiring urgent action.

Fire Risk Assessment

Recent fire legislation places the onus of responsibilities on the employer, landlord or any person (the responsible person) having control over the building. The responsible person must carry out fire risk assessment and take reasonable steps to remove or reduce the risk. We can carry out a detailed fire risk assessment of premises and produce a report detailing the recommended improvements with timescales for completion. Fire Safety training can also be provided.

Site Inspections

Training

Health and Safety Advisory and Consultancy Services

Accreditation Questionnaires