ASSESSMENTS

HOW CAN RISK ASSESSMENTS
HELP YOUR BUSINESS?
By systematically going through each workplace activity,
we can look in depth at what could go wrong and how best to
control the risk and prevent loss, injury or damage.

FOLLOWING THE HSE'S FIVE STEPS TO RISK ASSESSMENT,
OUR EXPERT CONSULTANTS CAN HELP YOU:

1
identify the hazards
decide who may be
harmed and how

2

3
evaluate the risks and
decide on precautions
record significant findings
4
5
review and update the
assessments

FOLLOWING THE HSE'S FIVE STEPS TO SAFETY,
OUR EXPERT CONSULTANTS CAN HELP YOU:

1
identify the hazards

2

decide who may be
harmed and how
3
evaluate the risks and
decide on precautions
4
record significant findings
5
review and update the
assessments
Our consultants, in addition to full risk assessments,
can provide easy-to-use templates for staff, as well as on-site training.

We can also offer detailed assessments for:

Provision and Use of Work Equipment (PUWER) to ensure your equipment and machinery
are not only safe to use but also legally compliant.
Occupational Health to help manage the physical and mental health of your employees
– a major target area for HSE intervention and prosecution.
Latest statistics show that almost 26.8 million working days are lost each year to work-related ill
health. No business can afford to ignore this massive hit to productivity so it makes sense to take
all possible steps to address the cause. Our consultants can do this for you by assessing the risk
of occupational health and implementing effective control measures.

FIRE & DSEAR

Fire and Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations (DSEAR) to minimise fire risk, maintain fire safety systems, plan for emergencies, and ensure staff are fully trained – a legal requirement for all work premises.
Fire risk assessments must be completed by a designated “competent person”, and are absolutely vital for the safe running of a business. As is the knowledge of how dangerous substances can put workers at risk from fire and explosion. Although all organisations are legally required to undergo a fire risk assessment, the need for DSEAR will be assessed during this time.
So why take the risk of fire causing huge disruption and damage to your workplace, and leaving valued staff without employment? We can carry out a thorough inspection of your premises, highlighting any hot spots for improvement, and addressing them through a detailed fire and explosion management system.
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