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Following the latest announcement from the Prime Minister and, with increased talk of how businesses will come out of lockdown, it is important that companies consider how they will keep their employees safe.
As a training provider, ABR Safety Limited are pleased that IOSH have reacted well to the current situation by giving the option to deliver their courses virtually. The IOSH Managing Safely course is one such example and we are busy sending out workbooks to delegates for our courses over the coming weeks.
With some many laws and regulations and other priorities within the business, the health and safety requirements can be quite daunting.
However, you will be pleased to hear that it can be relatively straightforward. Particularly if you are a low risk business or you have competent advice.
So here is a quick guide.
Following a visit from an HSE inspector, this manufacturer received a letter recommending a list of improvements and notification of the intention to follow up with a second visit.
ABR Safety agreed a series of actions and improvements involving risk assessments, plant and machinery with the customer. ABR Safety hosted the return visit from the HSE Inspector, which included a thorough inspection of the operation and H&S documentation.
A boat marina business offering luxury holiday lodges with spa pools required support. The business required comprehensive risk assessments and documented normal operating procedures and emergency action plans for the spa pools.
As a retained client of ABR Safety, they contacted us for advice and to discuss their requirements.
ABR Safety assist their Client in achieving accreditation within the Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS).
In achieving the accreditation, Swindon based Key Security Limited, leading security experts in the South West of England, have demonstrated sound safety management and compliance to current health and safety legislation.
Does your team have sufficient knowledge and confidence to identify and manage the risks and hazards in your business?
If the answer is no or your team would benefit from some additional training, find out how ABR Safety can help you.
Christmas is the time of year when, if we’re lucky, we celebrate the season with our families and friends. Unfortunately, it’s also a time when accidents and injuries involving the misuse of stepladders occur. This is as true at home as it is of the workplace.
Whether in the workplace or decking the halls with boughs of holly at home, what should you be checking before you make that ascent with the drawing pins in your pocket and one end of a paper chain over your shoulder? Read on to find out.
I’m home based and work on my own – Does health and safety law apply to me?
This is a question I am often asked and for the self-employed, the answer can be no. Since October 2015, if you are self-employed and your work activities pose no potential risk of harm to others, you are exempt from the law, but read this article to make sure.