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Health & Safety Policy
You need one as it’s the law under Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 for every employer with 5 or more employees. This critical document defines your company’s approach to health & safety, who does what and how they do it.
Risk Assessments are a legal requirement for ALL firms under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999. And if you have 5 or more employees you must WRITE THEM DOWN.
COSHH Assessments are a legal requirement for ALL firms under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999. And if you have 5 or more employees you must WRITE THEM DOWN.
Method statements must be completed when there are unforeseen, unplanned or specialist activities on site which are not covered by relevant risk assessments. Did you know the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 stipulate the requirement for Method Statements from contractors to be included in the Construction Phase Health & Safety Plan?
We can't complete these for you as they are site specific but we can give you the template in which to do so.
Health & Safety File
Again under CDM 2015 you need a Health & Safety File which is handed to the client AFTER the project has finished. It brings together relevant health and safety information about the project to be taken into account during any future maintenance work.
Pre Construction Information
This essential document under CDM 2015 needs to be prepared for all projects.
Construction Phase Health & Safety Plan
Under new CDM 2015 EVERY building project needs a Construction Phase Health & Safety Plan. No matter how small the project, the plan sets out your arrangements for ensuring the health and safety of everyone on site for each individual project. That’s right, fitting a kitchen, you need one. Refitting a bathroom, you need one. Building an extension or a new build, you need one.
Did you know under CDM 2015 it is a clients’ legal responsibility to ensure that construction work does not take place until the principal contractor has prepared a satisfactory Construction Phase Health & Safety Plan?