Health and Safety advice can be seen by many employers as an increasingly onerous burden. It shouldn’t be a burden. With Health and Safety advice from PMHRC Ltd, you can ensure you meet your HSE obligation. Health and Safety Advice helps ensure a safe place to work.
The Health and Safety at Work Act places an obligation on you, as an employer, to provide safe systems of work. Demonstrating that you’ve taken proper steps by seeking qualified guidance and risk assessment will assist in fulfilling your legal obligations.
Paul Murray HR Consultant can help you with professional, experienced Health and Safety advice.
Every employer is required under law to appoint a Competent Person (or Persons) to assist them meet their legal health and safety obligations. This is a requirement under the Management of Health & Safety Regulations 1999.
An employer must appoint someone competent to provide sound advice on all matters of health and safety.
Health and Safety advice for your business:
- Appoint a Competent Person: In the UK it is a legal duty to appoint a competent person or persons. An employer who has not made an appointment of a suitable person to fulfil this role is in breach of a statutory duty under health and safety legislation and therefore becomes liable to criminal prosecution.
- Support for your Competent Person: The competent person in your business may be an internal appointment supported by external expertise or an external appointment. In either case we can provide Health and Safety advice so that you are able to meet this most fundamental obligation.
- Health and Safety Documentation: We can also provide a range of H&S documents such as risk assessment forms & policy documents to help you demonstrate your commitment to complying with the legislation.
From our offices in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, we can provide Health & Safety support either formally or informally, by telephone or face to face, to businesses across Manchester, Yorkshire and NW England. See more on documentation here on this site
This link to the HSE site provides an overview. http://www.hse.gov.uk/guidance/