In accordance with Regulation 7 of The Management of Health and Safety At Work Regulations 1999, every organisation is required to have access to competent health and safety advice. Construction Safety CS Ltd would act in that role and clients would be entitled to use our company name and supporting information on tender submissions to demonstrate that they have access to health and safety support.
Our health and safety advisors would visit your construction sites on a periodic agreed timescale and act as your eyes on site. The inspection reports would then be sent to the agreed nominated responsible person within your organisation who would be able to discuss any items identified with the health and safety advisor who undertook the inspection.
Retained companies are entitled to a discount on training fees offered by Construction Safety CS Ltd and this is offered as an incentive for companies to ensure an appropriately trained workforce is maintained. Training courses can be held at our training centre, at your premises or on site. Toolbox talks are normally held on site due to the duration.
Construction Safety's site safety inspections help site managers to maintain compliance with current health and safety legislation by offering advice for the setting and maintaining of high standards on site.
The site inspection pro-forma helps site managers monitor performance and verify that appropriate documentation such as method statements and risk assessments have been undertaken by contractors.
The site inspection starts with a review of the previous report to ensure all items identified have been acted upon and followed by a review of statutory documentation maintained on site. A thorough site inspection would then be undertaken accompanied by the site manager and where applicable items discussed on site. At the end of the inspection a report would be left on site and a copy forwarded to your head office later that day.