COVID-19 Risk Management
With organisations re-opening and staff returning to their normal workplaces, employers have a responsibility to protect people from harm. This includes taking reasonable steps to protect your workers and others from coronavirus by way of a risk assessment.
We are currently offering help and support with workplace COVID-19 Risk Management. If you are unsure of your exact needs, please get in touch to discuss whether we can help you.
"Assurity Consulting continue to provide Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield with excellent support and guidance in relation to Legionella and air quality risk. They provide cost effective solutions ensuring that the interests of our business are always met. Their employees are always pleasant and knowledgeable and they consistently deliver clear and concise reports, which are easy to understand and action."Jakub Skwarlo, Director of Operations UK, Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield
"Excellent service provided by Assurity Consulting. Really very happy with the service provided both by the management team and the consultants themselves."Jason Taylor, Head of Central London FM, Knight Frank
"I can't fault the service I get from my regular consultant or from the specialist services we use over our review cycle from Assurity Consulting. Assurity Plus, online compliance management, is also a real help to our management of health and safety."Anthony Leggett, Bursar, St Joseph's College
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Call for compulsory ‘Changing Places’ washrooms from 2021
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The Government has called for Changing Places washrooms to be compulsory in all new buildings from 2021, with the backing of £30 million to help install these facilities in existing buildings.Read more