We will make sure you meet all of your legal obligations whilst protecting you from possible claims or prosecution. We will give you peace of mind with the minimum of fuss, so that you can focus on running your business, confident in the knowledge that your employees are as safe as possible. Our experience allows us to find pragmatic solutions that enable you to work safely, rather than simply telling you what you cannot do.
Our services can include:
We will work together to support you so that we can find the best way to make sure your business continues to thrive, whilst remaining as safe as practicable.
In many cases our conversation will begin because you have a problem to resolve. Someone may have become ill or been injured or even killed at work. You may be facing prosecution from the HSE or your Local Authority. You may need to demonstrate your approach to health and safety management to reassure stakeholders or to win a tender. Or it may simply be that you have your own concerns about your premises or the safety of your employees.
Whatever has brought health and safety management to the top of your ‘to do’ list, we would be happy to have a ‘no obligation’ conversation to see how we may be able to help. We find that very often, the first step is to produce a Health and Safety Improvement Plan (HASIP) for you, so you can:
This is where we can help.
We offer a comprehensive range of bespoke consultancy services that you can combine in the way that provides you with exactly the solution you need. We will then be on hand to do everything we can to make implementing and adopting your solution as quick and easy as possible.
You are required by law to appoint a ‘competent person’ to make sure you remain compliant with health and safety legislation. This competence could be provided by an ‘in-house’ employee, or where this is not available, you can use one of our consultants. We would allocate you an individual experienced and Chartered consultant. Consequently, you can be confident your health and safety is being managed by an expert while you can concentrate on driving your business forward.
This process is likely to involve:
If you would like to find out more about how we approach a Health and Safety Improvement Plan please email David Paveley on email@example.com today.
We can conduct a high-level review and Gap Analysis of your organisation. This would involve an assessment of your head office and representative sites to measure your safety management against the OHSAS Standard 18001/45001. We will present the findings using a RAG colour key so it can form the basis for a longer-term plan. The Gap Analysis will provide a prioritised Action Plan, identifying recommendations for improvement, along with suggested realistic recommendations to resolve these actions.
Once we have completed the Gap Analysis we can turn this into a Road Map to support your ongoing development and improvement with formal reviews at key points to measure progress.
We can conduct a General Risk Assessment that reviews your current health and safety arrangements in line with the requirements of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999. The results from the General Risk Assessment will allow us to create a prioritised Action Plan, addressing all aspects of your operations from high-level health and safety management systems through to specific facilities management issues.
We can also provide you with a comprehensive audit of your safety management systems based on HSE guidance documents HSG65 and OHSAS 18001/45001. This audit could also be developed to meet the requirements of any external governing body audits. We can then present the findings as a prioritised action plan.
We can assist your ‘Responsible Person’ in complying with the relevant statutory provisions of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 by completing a Fire Risk Assessment, to assess your current levels or risk, reviewing your current procedures and identifying areas for improvement.
Our consultant will combine inspection, interview and document review while they work through our proprietary checklist to cover the same topics as we would cover in the General Risk Assessment.
We can attend Board Meetings to provide a strategic review of your current levels of compliance and, if required, offer a health and safety perspective on certain issues