Best PAT testing providers? Our experience and knowledge of construction practice, and in-house Health and Safety expertise, enables us to act as CDM Advisor to Clients and external design companies. Staines safety services offer a full range of CDM Consultancy Services. Our highly qualified and experienced CDM Consultants will guide you and your business through the CDM process and will help you improve the delivery, quality and effectiveness of health and safety, throughout your construction project.
If you’re in need of a fire risk assessment, then be sure to get in touch with us today. We have years of experience in the safety industry and have carried out fire safety risk assessments for many individuals and businesses over the years. No matter what your fire assessment needs might be, we have you covered. For more information or to book a fire risk assessment, contact us today. We work across the UK. Does your business need fire risk and fire doors assessment? Do you need to speak to health and safety consultants or require fire extinguisher services? Get in touch with our Middlesbrough based team wherever you are in the UK.
We work closely with our clients from start to finish to ensure they are fully aware of their buildings current health and safety status and any improvements that might need making. Our HSE consultants regularly work in and around the Middlesbrough area and can also cover the rest of the UK too. A Health and Safety Audit is classified by HSE Guidelines for Best Practice as: “The collection of independent information on the efficiency, effectiveness and reliability of the total health and safety management system and drawing up plans for corrective action.” To ensure health and safety compliance we follow these three steps. Find even more details on Fire Risk Assessments UK.
The first step is to prepare a construction phase plan. This will set out how you intend to plan and organise the job, and work together with others involved to make sure that the work is carried out without risks to health and safety. The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 require that any electrical equipment that has the potential to cause injury is maintained in a safe condition. However, the Regulations do not specify what needs to be done, by whom or how frequently (i.e. they don’t make inspection or testing of electrical appliances a legal requirement).
You always read companies saying they are available seven days a week but with Staines Safety Services it is actually true!! I contacted them late on Saturday night needing a fire risk assessment for first thing Monday morning to meet my CHAS requirements. Gary didn’t bat an eyelid and said he would be with me first thing Sunday morning!! I cannot recommend them enough!!! See even more details at https://www.stainessafetyservices.co.uk/.