As an employer, landlord or employee, you have legal duties regarding the health and safety of your people, activities and premises. These apply whether you employ hundreds of people or just one or two, or even if all of your activity is carried out by subcontractors or volunteers.
There are very many health and safety regulations which are applicable for the workplace and breach of these is a criminal offence. If you are unsure of your duties under health and safety legislation, contact us and we can give you advice on what you need to do, and how to go about doing it.
Stress is the latest issue to hit the workplace health and safety management in recent times and is an area of focus for the HSE in 2017.
Under CNWR 2005, employers have a responsibility to ensure that employees are not exposed to levels of noise that have detrimental effects on their hearing.
Safety Concepts has experience in working in explosive atmospheres and carrying out DSEAR assessments.
Even if your business is mainly office based, there are still health and safety regulations which apply to you.
Incidents and accidents sometimes happen in the workplace. Some of these require reporting to the HSE and most require investigation to prevent recurrence.
Legionnaires’ disease is caused by bacteria found in water. Inhalation of tiny droplets of water containing the bacteria can lead to fatal lung disease.