Putting the right safeguards in place to protect a firm’s employees, customers and members of the public should be a top priority for any business.
The reputational damage and costs from an accident at a business’ premises, worksite or any work-related illness could be substantial, so it is important that businesses understand their legal obligations.
Businesses also employing five or more employees also have a legal duty to have a written statement in place setting out their general health and safety policy with respect to their employees and organisation.
At Mackrell Turner Garrett our team work hard to make sure businesses remain up to date and compliant with current legislation, so that they can focus on the other important aspects of their company.
We can assist with matters including:
- Health and safety policy
- Risk assessments
- Workplace safety inspections
- Health and safety training
- Fire safety
- Asbestos management
- Contractor accreditation schemes
- Construction safety
- Disaster recovery and business continuity