We can also support you in creating any necessary bespoke health and safety documentation and templates you need to help streamline your COVID-19 risk management process.
This could be in the form of communications to staff and/or management on the finding of your risk assessment and resultant controls, developing multi-site processes and procedures to support your COVID-19 management, or even content for briefings to staff on their return to work.
With a rapidly changing situation like COVID-19 knowing you have the support and reassurance of independent advice can be invaluable.
Usually delivered as a collaboration, the output from this work is tailored specifically to your COVID-19 management needs.
Asbestos – “The Hidden Killer” is still out there for the unwary
18th August 2021
The additional focus on buildings over 2020/2021 has seen Workplace and Facilities Managers come to the fore, in keeping our properties safe - be it from COVID-19, fire, Legionella, ventilation and air quality perspective, to name but four.Read more
Confidence with air quality in the workplace
11th August 2021
As the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world, we didn’t know what to expect and how to manage our ever-changing workplaces. As time has gone on, and we move into a place where the regulations and expectations of social distancing have been removed, so what can we do now to make sure that our workplaces feel safe and secure for our returning occupants?Read more
Taking your ladder safety to new heights
20th July 2021
Most workplace and facilities professionals are aware of the risks of work at height and the consequences of getting it wrong. Fall from height continue to be the most common cause of fatal accidents for workers in Great Britain and account for 8% of all non-fatal accidents reported under RIDDOR (2019/20 Health and Safety Executive (HSE) figures).Read more
Is the focus on building ventilation doing you a disservice?
25th June 2021
The current profile of indoor air quality (IAQ) and ventilation has not been as high since the days of Sick Building Syndrome (SBS). So, there is a whole host of new solutions, equipment and procedures constantly in the industry press and in service provider’s literature.Read more