High quality fire risk assessments providers? Staines Safety Services have developed a retainer scheme to help our clients meet their requirements and help them to save money. A retainer simply assists your company to meet certain obligations under health, safety, environmental & further associated legislation by law. We can help you with your CHAS Compliance, we will take over the paperwork in order for you to carry on working on your business. Whilst CHAS compliance gives you a much better range of opportunities to work with larger contractors and public bodies, you can’t get it without completing the application form, assembling the supporting documentation and meeting all the standards that are required.
What is a Fire Risk Assessment? A fire risk assessment is a process that involves assessing factors that could lead to a fire and how hazardous they are. The assessment will not only cover which factors are hazardous but how dangerous they are and what could happen if a fire broke out. Our fire risk assessors use both qualitative and quantitative fire risk assessment methods. Our consultants have many years of professional hands-on experience and include consultants who are members of the Institution of Fire Engineers and assessors who have completed the NEBOSH Fire Certificate.
No matter what type of health and safety service you might require, Staines Safety Services has you covered. To discuss our service or book an HSE Consultancy appointment, be sure to get in touch with us today. One of our team is always on hand to assist. At Staines Safety Services we believe Health & Safety Audits and Inspections are often the starting point for any new client engagement and is a platform for delivering Health & Safety Compliance with all relevant legislative requirements. When it comes to HSE consultations, we’ll arrange a date and time that suits you and carry out the necessary checks and improvements needed. Find additional info on Fire Extinguishers supplier UK.
How many fire wardens depends upon several factors and will be outlined in your fire risk assessment. Whilst there is no legal requirement for a business to have an environmental policy, many find it a useful tool in setting out their aims and objectives.A properly implemented environmental policy can help businesses to reduce their carbon footprint, improve recycling, reduce reliance on packaging, minimising waste, improve efficiencies on finite natural resources in all their operations.
You always read companies saying they are available seven days a week but with Staines Safety Services it is actually true!! I contacted them late on Saturday night needing a fire risk assessment for first thing Monday morning to meet my CHAS requirements. Gary didn’t bat an eyelid and said he would be with me first thing Sunday morning!! I cannot recommend them enough!!! Read more details at https://www.stainessafetyservices.co.uk/.