We help our clients meet their moral obligations, keeping their employees safe and healthy at work. We do this by ensuring their legal compliance with health and safety regulations. This can also enhance profitability by helping negate accidents, losses, enforcement action and subsequent financial penalties.
Health and safety is relevant to all businesses, large or small. It should be part of the culture of a business and led by senior personnel. We understand the negative effects a poor health and safety regime can have on a business and, conversely, how a good health and safety management system can directly benefit a business.
We offer our health and safety services on an ad-hoc basis and also have a range of fixed-price membership options. You can find out more about our different levels of membership here.
Our team of highly qualified and experienced professionals are all Chartered Members of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (CMIOSH) and can offer many specialist services from general health and safety advice to specific technical guidance.
Once you have a complete H&S plan you may want to consider using us to help with the implementation of your risk assessments and ongoing technical support.
We have experts that can help in a wide range of risk management solutions including engineering inspections, fire risk assessments, environmental consultancy, security and motor fleet risks.
More details can be found on our risk management page.
To help you meet the moral and legal obligations of running a business and minimise the chance of incurring financial penalties.
Specific quotations are available on request.
We also offer a range of fixed-price Health and Safety memberships – find out more about these here.
Yes, you must be able to evidence you have satisfactory arrangements in place.
Warranty and indemnity insurance (W&I insurance) is another name for mergers and acquisitions insurance. But what is it? What does it cover? And what are the benefits of having a policy in place when you’re selling your business?
An organisation’s supply chain greases the wheels of its entire operation, and one broken cog can bring the whole thing grinding to a halt. In this guide, we explore the types of risk, the importance of supply chain risk management strategies, and how insurance can help to protect the smooth running of your business.