Health & Safety Policy Advice

16 April 2019

Ensuring your business has an up-to-date and comprehensive health & safety statement is not only important, but it's also a legal requirement.

Unfortunately, it's an aspect often overlooked by businesses, due to its complex and time-consuming nature. Peninsula clients will get help and advice in creating and implementing a safety policy. All kinds of companies can receive our guidance, whether it is for their risk assessments, fire safety policy, machinery operation work activity risk assessments, designation of Responsible Persons, or simply maintaining up-to-date paperwork.

Always on hand Peninsula helps clients manage their health & safety policy in four ways:

  1. The first step is often to review your existing safety policies and procedures. Qualified health & safety consultants will visit your premises and carry out a full risk assessment, identifying areas where you could improve. Once this is done, you will be sent a comprehensive report, so you know exactly what improvements you can make.
  2. Peninsula clients can request that we prepare and initiate a bespoke Safety, Health and Welfare management system, so you know your safety policy is being handled as efficiently as possible, while ticking all the boxes. Because a safety statement is different in every business and workplace, this will be tailored especially for your business, with specific arrangements and organisation guidelines, as well as ideal monitoring protocol.
  3. For ongoing support and advice, whether or not you have taken the first two steps, Peninsula clients gain exclusive access to the BusinessWise online resource centre. This includes innovative fire risk assessment software, the SafetyWise Responsibilities Planner, and indispensible advice for employers managing safety in the workplace.
  4. In case of emergencies, you can always ring our 24-hour advice hotline. For any question about Safety, Health and Welfare, risk assessment or your safety policy, call Peninsula and talk to a qualified Safety, Health and Welfare Practitioner 24 hours a day.

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