Our services include:
- Project Management
- Method Statements
- CDM Co-ordination
- Health & Safety Procedures and Policy Writing
- Health & Safety Safety Audits and Inspections
- Risk Assessments/Risk Management
- CHAS and Constructionline Applications
- Help with Tender Bids
- Fire Risk Assessments
- Fully Managed Service
- Safety Management Systems
- Accident Investigation
- Health & Safety Monitoring
- Occupational Monitoring
- Noise & Dust Monitoring
- Appointed 'Competent Person'
- COSHH Assessments
- Legionella Risk Assessments
- Health & Safety Advice
- Free Telephone & Email Advice
Part of the planning work for any project should include the development of method statements in accordance with the BS6187 Code of Practice for Demolition and best practice guidance, including regulations/legislation.
A detailed statement should be prepared outlining the safe methods of work to be used, how the building is to be demolished and materials disposed of.
Under health and safety legislation the main requirement for employers is to conduct suitable and sufficient risk assessments.
We have a thorough understanding of the practical application of risk assessment techniques and specific requirements, to assist you in the production of your risk assessments. We have experience of hazard identification techniques, the ability to categorise and evaluate risk, and an understanding of the requirements for monitoring and reviewing risk assessments.
CDM Regulations Co-ordinating work
The CDM Regulations 2007 will help you ensure that your construction project is safe to
build, safe to use, safe to maintain and delivers you good value. Good health and safety planning will also help ensure that your project is well managed and that unexpected costs and problems are minimised.
As a client, the Regulations require you to appoint a CDM Co-ordinator to advise and assist you with your CDM duties on notifiable jobs to:
- advise you about selecting competent designers and contractors;
- help identify what information will be needed by designers and contractors;
- co-ordinate the arrangements for health and safety during the planning phase;
- ensure that HSE is notified of the project;
- tell you if the initial construction phase plan is suitable; and
- prepare a health and safety file for you (this contains useful information you need, to enable future cleaning, maintenance and alterations to be carried out safely).
You should appoint the CDM co-ordinator as soon as possible, but no later than the initial design/preparation stage.
As CDM Co-ordinators, we are competent and qualified in health and safety, design and construction, planning, communication. Our co-ordinators have the experience and knowledge and can assist you with the implementation and management of your project to provide an effective service to the industry.
Health and Safety Audits & Advice
Regular health and safety audits undertaken by a company help it to identify, monitor and eradicate any potential health and safety risks associated with unsuitable equipment and procedures on projects:
Our Health & Safety Auditing service includes:
- ensuring compliance with all relevant legislation;
- undertaking suitable, sufficient and comprehensive health and safety audit of your project;
- monitoring the application of health and safety policies and procedures;
- identifying and implementing reasonably practicable control measures in order to control workplace risks.
Our clients include:
- Berkeley Group Plc
- Southend District Council
- Glasgow Housing Association
- Sanctuary Cumbernauld
- North Devon Council
- North Lincs Council
- Sefton Borough Council