It is an employer’s responsibility to ensure employees’ health and safety is a priority and that they adhere to the guidelines set out in the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
According to the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, employers have the following legal responsibilities:
- Adequately maintain equipment and other systems to ensure their safety.
- Provide training and information on how to carry out work processes safely.
- Provide a safe place to work and working environment.
- Establish suitable arrangements for the health, safety and welfare of employees.
- Develop safe systems of work.
Unfortunately, despite rules and regulations, accidents and incidents in the workplace can still occur. This is when DM Safety & Health services can help.
We can work with you in the areas below, providing expert advice to ensure you are HSE compliant. We can also allocate a designated individual to oversee the process for you.
- Occupational Safety and Health Regulations
- Environmental Protection Regulations
- Product Safety Regulations
- Transportation Safety Regulations
- Fire Safety Regulations
- Building Safety Act
DM Safety & Health Services can offer:
We will be on hand to help investigate and establish how an incident occurred, conducting a thorough investigation, reporting, gathering, analysing, identifying, and implementing corrective actions to prevent recurrence.
As part of our association with IOSH and RoSPA, DM Safety & Health Services send out regular mailshots to our Clients advising on legislation changes and updates including how these should be managed.
Our team has experience working with Clients and Insurers through civil claims, providing accident/incident investigation services, HSE Management system audits, support and advice.
Regulatory Support & Advice
Our experienced team can provide advice and guidance in the event of Regulatory action, supporting you every step of the way, including liaising with Regulators to find suitable solutions.