- Health and Safety
for Small Businesses
- Fire Risk
Do you need help with developing method statements or risk assessments?
Building repair and maintenance
Small scale construction and demolition
Transport and warehousing
Offices and general workspaces
Manual holding and display screens
View and download sample risk assessments
We can help you to produce simple and meaningful risk assessments and method statements tailored to your business needs.
We specialise in user-friendly assessments which are clearly laid out and available for your staff to use at their workplace or work station.
Is your business in need of a Fire Risk Assessment?
We can help:
Friendly, local service
Offices and shops
Assistance in dealing with fire authorities
Find out more about Fire Risk Assessments
Under the Regulatory Reform, all business premises need to have a valid fire risk assessment in place. This needs to be regularly reviewed.
Are your employees and visitors safe from fire? Could your business survive the interruptions that a serious fire would bring?
We can help you by providing an expert witness service
Specialists in health and safety cases
Fork Lift Truck and Agricultural Tractors
Off-road vehicles (Quad Bikes & ATVs)
Experienced in Appeals of Prohibition and Improvement Notices
Insurance work undertaken
We offer expert services to solicitors and legal practices in the area of workplace accidents.
We have acted in civil and criminal cases including appealing of Prohibition and Improvement notices. Often our fees are underwritten by Employee Liability insurance.
Could you benefit from one of our training courses?
Local delivery and support in Three Counties for:
IOSH Managing Safely
Malvern Examination Centre for NEBOSH exams (Paul Randall Associates)
Our experienced tutors are able to offer a range of health and safety courses, often delivered on-site to meet your training
Whether manual handling or professional qualifications we may be able to help.
How can we help you?
We are a small, local company based in Worcester and serving the counties of Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire. We specialise in giving a personal service at affordable rates. Our aim is to help you - wherever you are with your health and safety arrangements - whether it be ensuring you are legally compliant through to improving your existing arrangements or implementing a formal Safety Management System.
We can also help you with training, establishing a positive safety culture and developing your method statements and risk assessments.
And if things do go wrong, we are there to help with accident investigation and dealing with the authorities.
Test your knowledge
Try the Safety Flipcard test.
Based on a highly successful learning system similar to flashcards, take the test and see how good your knowledge of workplace safety signs is. You might be surprised by how much you already know!
Available in packs of 50 playing cards, these are a fun way to improve your knowledge or that of your employees.
Ideal as an ice-breaker for training courses or as a resource for training apprentices or children going on work placements.
Helps demonstrate you've given appropriate safety information to your staff too!
"...Once again you received excellent feedback from the students for your session on Accident Investigation this September... I would like to invite you again for next year. I hope you will be able to assist..." [excerpt]
Course Tutor MSc in Occupational Safety & Health.
"Throughout the case, he was an impressive expert demonstrating detailed technical knowledge in the field of Health & Safety, as well as commendable objectivity and effectiveness under cross-examination as a witness in Court."
"...uses a very interactive and engaging approach when presenting the material and coursework for the modules he led during my Post Graduate diploma. This made it easier to recognise the connection between the theoretical aspect of each module and its practical application.
His ability to understand my work environment and draw on my practical experiences enabled me to identify and tailor the basis for my research programme. In turn this helped me to understand what acquiring an MSc would mean to me and how it could benefit my working community."
Former NVQ Candidate