Bradley Environmental can assist any type of business and organisation that requires Health and Safety Inspections to be undertaken of their workplace or specific areas, we will also ensure compliance with all current HSE legislation related to Health and Safety within the workplace.

What can we do to help?

Our Health and Safety inspections covers all work areas and physical parts of the premises, along with assessment of current documentation and processes. The core aims of our expert inspection services are to;

  • look for hazards or potential hazards in the workplace;
  • review risk assessments that have been carried out;
  • talk in confidence to employees and managers about any problems in workplace;
  • look at how work is being done - are safe systems being followed.

Our Health and Safety Inspections are an important monitoring tool to ensure hazards remain controlled and employees and others are not at risk. Following our indepth inspections we will produce an indepth Health and Safety inspection reports are produced detailing:

  • observations made and hazards identified;
  • level of risk (High, medium or low);
  • any recommendations necessary to ensure on-going legal compliance.

OK, I'm interested what do I do next?

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What are your legal duties?

Organisations with 5 or more employees are required by law to have:

  • A documented Health and Safety Policy;
  • Documented arrangements for the organisation, planning, control, monitoring and review of Health and Safety Practices; 
  • Documented suitable and sufficient Risk Assessments for all significant hazards and;
  • Access to competent Occupational Health and Safety Consultancy advice.
These requirements can prove too difficult to put in place and maintain effectively, particularly for small organisations that may not have a designated competent workplace Health and Safety advisor.

What are the consequences of doing nothing?

  • The penalties of not complying with Workplace Health and Safety law can be very serious
  • Unlimited fines straight from your bottom line
  • THE HSE will charge you under Fee for Intervention
  • Individual fines and imprisonment;
  • Publicity of prosecutions leading to loss of orders and damage to reputation.
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