Workplace Health and Safety  /

We provide consultancy advice so you can draw up your own company policies.

We can provide consultancy advice and help you draw up your own company policies on a wide range of Health and Safety Related Topics including:

  • General H&S
  • First Aid At Work
  • Personal Protective Equipment Issue and Inspection
  • Lone/Remote Working
  • Emergency Planning and RAMS Documents
  • Hazardous Materials/COSHH
  • SWAH (Safe Working at Height)
  • Safe Working Near Water
  • Confined Space Working

What is Workplace Health and Safety?

Workplace Health and Safety is ultimately covered by the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. The act covers duties of employers, employees, contractors, suppliers of goods and products for use at work and those persons in control of work premises including those who manage and maintain the control of work.

The Act defines general duties on employers, employees, contractors, suppliers of goods and substances for use at work, persons in control of work premises, and those who manage and maintain them, and persons in general. The Act enables

First Aid at Work is a requirement that every company should comply with. Red Kite SAR can help all companies comply with specialist Health and Safety in the workplace and also explain the sometimes confusing rules and regulations laid out by government.

How can Red Kite help you?

Red Kite SAR can help companies, organisations and individuals in ensuring the health, safety and welfare of all persons at work by implementing, advising and assisting on documentation and steps to meet legal requirements.

Workplace Health and Safety is everything that's involved in the working environment and puts an emphasis on the duty of employers to make sure the workplace is suitable and safe for said tasks to be carried out within / around it whilst ensuring it poses no risks to others.

Workplace regulations 1992 cover all areas of the working environment including:

  • Maintenance of the workplace, equipment, devices and systems
  • Ventilation
  • Temperature in indoor workplaces
  • Lighting
  • Cleanliness and waste materials
  • Falls or falling objects
  • Ability to clean windows, etc. safely
  • Organisation, etc. of traffic routes
  • Doors and gates
  • Escalators and moving walkways
  • Washing facilities
  • Drinking water
  • Accommodation for clothing
  • Facilities for changing clothing
  • Facilities for rest and to eat meals.

plus many more.

We have experience in working to various regulations including RIDDOR, COSHH, LOLER, PUWER, FAW and many other specific regulations covered within the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.

Contact Us to see how we can help you stay compliant with Health and Safety.