CDM management firms
Top CDM management providers? Legislation in England and Wales stated that if you’re an employer, owner, landlord or occupier of business or non-domestic premises, and you are made the ‘responsible person’ for the fire safety in a building – you are therefore responsible for taking the necessary steps to protect occupants in your business or premises from the risk of fire. It is therefore your duty of care to ensure that all your passive and active fire protection is under a sustained, suitable and sufficient programme of inspection and maintenance.
Fire Safety Risk Assessments in the U.K: Here at Staines Safety Services, we offer fire risk assessments to our clients throughout the United Kingdom. Our fire risk assessors will carry out a detailed inspection and provide a report upon completion. It’s our aim to ensure your buildings fire safety is up to the highest possible standards. In addition to working locally in and around Middlesbrough, we can also provide fire risk assessments across the UK. We have worked with both small businesses and large companies over the years and have developed a well-known reputation for the service we provide. If you’re in need of a fire safety risk assessment, then be sure to contact Staines Safety Services today.
No matter what type of health and safety service you might require, Staines Safety Services has you covered. To discuss our service or book an HSE Consultancy appointment, be sure to get in touch with us today. One of our team is always on hand to assist. At Staines Safety Services we believe Health & Safety Audits and Inspections are often the starting point for any new client engagement and is a platform for delivering Health & Safety Compliance with all relevant legislative requirements. When it comes to HSE consultations, we’ll arrange a date and time that suits you and carry out the necessary checks and improvements needed. Read even more information on Fire Risk Assessments services UK.
How many fire wardens depends upon several factors and will be outlined in your fire risk assessment. Whilst there is no legal requirement for a business to have an environmental policy, many find it a useful tool in setting out their aims and objectives.A properly implemented environmental policy can help businesses to reduce their carbon footprint, improve recycling, reduce reliance on packaging, minimising waste, improve efficiencies on finite natural resources in all their operations.
Here at Staines Safety Services and Fire Solutions, our aim is to diligently support our clients with pragmatic solutions towards the demands of the evolving requirements of health, safety & fire legislation and client expectations regarding health and safety performance. We ensure piece of mind that your business is operating 100% compliant with current legislation by identifying, assessing and managing the risks that your business will face throughout the life cycle of your projects and beyond. Read extra information at https://www.stainessafetyservices.co.uk/.