Health & Safety, Environmental and CDM Consultants

 

 

 

 

 

"Taking YOUR Responsibilities Seriously"

 

Competent Person Service

 

Are you Health and Safety compliant?

Our Competent Person Service is an effective, affordable solution to ensuring compliance and better practice.

Heatherwood Risk Management’s Competent Person Service is designed to give you all the benefits of having your own “Competent Person” as required by law, without the burden of employing a full-time consultant.

We realise that no two businesses are the same. You probably have different requirements at different times AND variable budgets.

We can help you to prioritise your responsibilities, with regard to your budgetary restrictions, and to plan and programme solutions around your business.

What do I get?

• Your business can benefit from a selection or all of the following services:

• Bespoke Health and Safety Policy

• Initial discussion with a consultant.

• A review of your existing Health and Safety policy.

• A briefing and detailed written report to management on key issues at the end of the review.

• You are entitled to designate us as your "Competent Person" on your corporate literature.

• Professional advice via telephone & email as required answering your health and safety queries.

• Regular newsletters providing updates on who's in court, H & S Legislation, useful safety tips and articles etc.

• Flexible office visits to produce a review status report.

• Tailored documentation, safety policies, risk assessments etc

• A training needs analysis for full time employees

• Discount on our health and safety training courses.

• Availability of a consultant to carry out safety inspections.

• A consultant to attend scheduled meetings to discuss and advise.

• Assistance with CHAS Registration and Constructionline.

• Assistance with CITB Training grant.

• Assistance with Health and safety Prequal - questionaires.

We can also advise you on the following:

• Emergency evacuation procedures

• Working at height

• Lone working risk evaluation

• Personal protective equipment (PPE)

• Safety induction and training procedures

• Display screen equipment (DSE)

• Risk assessment for fire, manual handling and COSHH etc. including all the monthly inspection checklists and assessment forms you need to keep within the law

• Workplace site traffic safety management

• Accident investigation and recording

• Permits to work: ensuring contractors are aware of any dangers and agree to the risks

• Stepladder pre-use

• Refurbishment management

• Manual handling assessments and training

• Machinery safety - ensure your employees don't take unnecessary risks

• Vibration tools safety

• Pregnant employees

• Asbestos safety

• Temporary workers: Training documents and record templates

• Managing COSHH

• Pressure systems

• Fire fighting equipment: Schedules for maintenance and testing

• Food hygiene - ensure your onsite caterers implement this and reduce the risk of employee food poisoning.