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Safety Management Systems

An integral part your company's management of health and safety requires you to be effective in managing health and safety such as the provision of a safety policy, writing risk assessments and safe systems of work. Having an effective health and safety management system is more than just a collection of documents and requires thought and careful planning to make it relevant for the safe operation of your business. Give us a call to discuss your current system and how we can assist you to make your business safer and more efficient reducing the likelihood of having a serious accident which can damage the company's reputation and finances.


Our assessors are experienced health and safety professionals who will undertake a detailed examination on the content and effectiveness of your safety management system. They will make observations and suggestions on how the system could be made more effective, to enable you to have a safety system that delivers on safety and is relevant to the operation of your business.

Construction Health and Safety - CHAS

We are equipped to provide you with the support required to achieve CHAS accreditation, which is a scheme dedicated to completing health and safety pre-qualification assessments to a nationally-recognised and accepted threshold standard.

Hand/arm & Whole Body Vibration Assessment

Excessive hand arm vibrations in the workplace are a danger to the users of hand-held power tools, hand-guided powered equipment and powered machines which process hand-held materials. Measurement is essential to protect the workers from the dangers of vibration white finger as well as damage to the body from whole body vibration. If your business involves regular and frequent use of this equipment then we can assist by carrying out vibration assessments using the most up to date measuring equipment and provide a written report and advice on how best to manage the risks of hand arm vibration associated conditions.

Noise Assessments

The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 came into force for all industry sectors in Great Britain on 6 April 2006. The aim of the Noise Regulations is to ensure that workers' hearing is protected from excessive noise at their place of work, which could cause them to lose their hearing and/or to suffer from tinnitus. If you believe that your employees may be exposed to noise levels of 80 decibels and over there is a requirement in law for you to reduce exposure and we can assist you in this by carrying out comprehensive noise assessments to enable you to manage the risk of noise induced hearing loss.

Accident/Incident Investigation

If the worst happens and there is an incident or accident in your workplace effective investigation is essential to establish how such an event can be prevented in the future.

We have a small team of highly trained and experienced staff who can conduct investigations into accidents and incidents, providing you with a comprehensive report.

We can also assist you in liaising with the HSE following an incident, including assisting with RIDDOR reporting.