NeatHouse Partners

Health and Safety Services

Trusted By Over 750 Businesses Nationwide, our Health & Safety team know workplace safety inside out and can support employers with all aspects, ranging from risk assessments, policies to CDM regulations.

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Health and Safety Help & Support

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All businesses in the UK have a legal responsibility to be health and safety compliant.

Not only is the legal aspect a requirement, but employers also have moral and economic responsibilities in relation to health and safety.

With fines totalling £54.5 million for duty holders found guilty of health and safety offences and over 11,000 notices relating to health and safety issued by all enforcing bodies in 2018/19, it is imperative that all businesses have access to guidance and advice that is current and relevant to them.

Our Fixed-Fee Health and Safety Consultancy Service

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Our health and safety consultancy service makes sure that your company is compliant with the health and safety legislation.

We do this by providing unlimited access to our consultants, who can advise on all aspects of your business, including how to keep your employees safe, how to prevent workplace accidents and injuries, and how to ensure that you are meeting your legal obligations.

All this is done for a small monthly fee.

Health & Safety Documentation

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We know that there are no shortcuts when it comes to providing a safe working environment for your employees. That’s why we’ve developed this document to help you comply with the health and safety regulations in your industry.

We can do it for you, but we won’t stop there. We’ll make sure your company is up-to-date on every aspect of health and safety compliance necessary for your business. We’re here to help you create a safe environment for your employees so they can get their job done without worrying about their personal wellbeing or the wellbeing of others around them.

Risk Assessments

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As part of our service, we can complete your risk assessments for you.

We know how important it is to be compliant with all legal obligations. That’s why we provide you with a full guide to your business’s legal obligations in relation to health and safety, including what to do when it comes to risk assessments.

Fire Risk Assessments

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It’s important to keep your business safe. That’s why it’s important to be aware of your legal obligations in relation to fire risk assessments.

As part of our service, we can complete your fire risk assessments for you. We’ll make sure that the right questions are asked and that the right people are interviewed, so you don’t have to worry about a thing.

Method Statements

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A method statement is a document that describes the steps required to complete a task safely. It’s important to have a method statement in place when you’re working with hazardous chemicals, equipment, or other materials that may cause harm if not handled correctly.

The main purpose of a method statement is to ensure everyone on your team understands what they need to do and how they need to do it, so that everyone can work safely together.

We can handle all of your method statements for you, so you don’t have to stress about meeting your health and safety obligations.

Accident Investigation

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Accident reporting is a key part of health and safety compliance, and it’s often overlooked.

Reporting of accidents, injuries and incidents is regulated by the Management of Health and Safety at Work (MHSW) Regulations 1999 and the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (RIDDOR) 2013.

As part of our service, we can take care of it for you so you can concentrate on running your business!

Construction & Design Management (CDM) Regulations

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The Construction & Design Management Regulations (CDM Regulations) are a set of regulations that apply to all construction projects in the UK. Whether it’s a commercial building project, or a domestic one, temporary works, or anything else—all construction projects must comply with these regulations.

If your company is planning on working on any kind of construction project, you need to be aware of these regulations and how they affect your business.

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Health & Safety Training

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As a company, you have a responsibility to provide a safe working environment for your employees. And while we all know that health and safety training is important, it’s easy to get distracted by day-to-day tasks and forget to make time for it.

Our team can help! We offer comprehensive health and safety training as part of our service package. Not only does this make it easier for you to stay compliant with regulations, but it also helps your employees understand the importance of their role in protecting themselves and others from harm or injury.

why health and safety services?

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health and safety Frequently asked questions

The standard dictionary definition for Health and Safety is: ‘regulations and procedures intended to prevent accident or injury in workplaces or public environments. ‘ … Employers and employees both have responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work etc.

Health and safety are measures employers must take protect the mental and physical wellbeing of workers and non-workers. The Health and Safety at Work Act protects employees, customers, and visitors in your premises. Ideally, employers aim to eliminate or significantly prevent accidents happening in the workplace.

10 Easy Workplace Safety Tips:

  1. Train employees well.
  2. Reward employees for safe behavior. …
  3. Partner with occupational clinicians. …
  4. Use labels and signs.
  5. Keep things clean.
  6. Make sure employees have the right tools and have regular equipment inspections.
  7. Encourage stretch breaks.
  8. Implement safety protocols from the start.

With this in mind, here are a few top tips for complying with health and safety legislation and improving the safety of workers:

  • Inspect your workplace. …
  • Create a health and safety plan. …
  • Train employees in health and safety at work. …
  • Hold regular meetings. …
  • Maintain health and safety records.

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