Core Services Plan

The objective of the Core Services Plan is to achieve legal compliance as a minimum for your organisation and prevent the uninsured losses associated with occupational ill-health, workplace accidents, staff absenteeism, bad publicity, non-compliance under Statute law (prosecutions, fines, legal fees etc) and Civil law claims for compensation, etc.  The Core Services Plan includes:

  1. Annual H&S Audit of your organisation’s H&S management systems
  2. Annual Fire Risk Assessment (see fire risk assessment page)
  3. Annual strategic H&S performance report for your organisation’s CEO and Board
  4. Bi-annual formal workplace inspections
  5. Support and guidance if H&S improvements are identified in 1, 2 or 4 above
  6. Ongoing ‘on-call’ technical advice and guidance
  7. Quarterly meetings with key Directors and Managers, to plan and organise health and safety
  8. Two half-days of in-house H&S training per annum (see training page)
  9. Development and review of the organisation’s Health and Safety Policy
  10. Development and review of the organisation’s Fire Policy; operational Health and Safety Policies and/or Safe Systems of Work
  11. Technical support with risk assessments (including specific risk assessments e.g. Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH); Hand-arm Vibration; Noise; Manual Handling; Fire; Display Screen Equipment etc)

We also provide Reactive Support with:

  • accident and incident investigations, to learn from anything that has gone wrong, and avoid a reoccurrence
  • complete RIDDOR* reports to Health & Safety Executive
  • provide support in the event of a visit from an Enforcement Authority, such as the Health and Safety Executive or Environmental Health Officer

Health and Safety Consultancy and Training ServicesPlease go to the Recommendations page see feedback from my customers.  I welcome informal enquiries and will meet at your convenience to discuss your requirements, without obligation. Please contact us for further information.

For details of costs of not managing health and safety and learn more about why good H&S is good for business, please see Further Information page.

*RIDDOR Reporting of Injuries, Disease and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013

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