Health & Safety Questions
We offer a variety of health and safety products, ranging from toolbox talks and risk assessments to PowerPoint training presentations. Visit our on-line shop here
We offer a number of health and safety services, ranging from general consultancy to completion of CHAS applications from clients. Visit the services area
of our website to see what we can provide.
The costs of the products and services outlined on our website are what you will have to pay. There are no hidden additional costs associated and what you see is what you pay.
Yes. We can provide training
for certain aspects of health and safety and also offer a number of PowerPoint training presentations
for you to provide your own in-house training.
CHAS (Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme) is a pre-qualification scheme that allows local authorities and other organisations to determine that you have the minimum standard required under the Scheme. It is a highly recognised standard that will save you time with pre-qualifications for other organisations.
CHAS Accreditation can be attained once a company has become CHAS compliant by meeting the minimum standards required under the scheme. Once you are accredited you receive extra benefits, such as use of the CHAS logos and access to information about your company on the CHAS database. Too see all the benefits click here
While CHAS compliance is valid for two years, CHAS Accreditation needs to be renewed on a yearly basis and is subject to an additional fee.
Sub-contractors are only included as employees if they are on your company’s payroll. If they are operating through their own company they do not count as an employee.
If your company employs 5 or more people
you are required under Regulation 7 of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations, 1999 to have a written health and safety policy plus a competent safety advisor
If your company employs less than 5 people you are not required to have a written health and safety policy but must still be able to prove your commitment to health and safety, as well having an understanding of legislation in relation to your business.