Health & Safety Advice

Health & Safety Advice – keep your business legal

Many hospitality and tourism businesses would benefit from sound Health & Safety Advice. H&S Auditing would provide a sound foundation for meeting legal obligations

 

Our H&S advice and support focuses on two main components:

General Support Services

This includes

  1. conducting a thorough assessment of your current H&S system. Based on our findings we will make recommendations for adjustments and/or improvements
  2. assisting you with establishing a functional, easy to use H&S system
  3. creating policies and procedures and other administrative processes for your business and providing you with effective guidance documents
  4. conducting and implementing risk assessments including a suitable fire risk assessment
  5. setting up and implementing emergency procedures
  6. We conduct workshops for staff and management - see “Statutory Training and Workshops”.

 

A Health & Safety system is only as good as staff and management “buy-in” to it and accept the necessity. Operating a “tick-off” system can be very dangerous and leaves a business vulnerable to litigation and fines – even prison.

 

H&S Checks and Audits

Our audits are based on your operation and your requirements which you have to meet in order to stay on the legal side.

  • We carry out Checks and Audits - assessing your operation at any given time. An assessment does not have to long but it must be thorough.
  • Basic elements of  our audit regime are:
    • checking the physical environment relating to H&S issues e.g. fire and gas safety, risk assessments, water safety management, dealing with third parties (e.g. contractors), HLP system maintenance regime etc
    • checking any essential documentation which is required by law e.g. policies & procedures, training regime, first aid compliance and general administration etc

Our feedback will be constructive and we provide recommendations and solutions to any arising matters.

A written report concludes the audit.

Picture evidence will be provided.

 

Please contact us for any further information and to discuss your requirements

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