Health, food & fire safety risk assessments
Assistance with health, food & fire safety risk assessments
All too often in the past risk assessments have been used for preventing activities taking place. We have all heard about the nonsense of schools preventing children from playing conkers on H&S grounds; however this is not the case. Schools need to promote enquiring activities to enable children to learn. In social care, many people could benefit from stimulating activities.
We offer advice and assistance to develop sensible risk assessments for your organisation whether you are in an education or social care setting. For more than 10 years we have been assisting Head Teachers and Care Managers to develop and implement health, food & fire safety risk assessments within their working environment.
Over a period of many years we have developed sets of generic risk assessments which document most of the hazards encountered in schools or care homes. These documents not only show the hazards but also recommend common control measures to reduce the risks involved.
These documents are an effective way of implementing or updating risk assessments and are also a useful training aid for your organisation.
We have generic documents for a:
We offer several options for training including on the job training where we train a member of your staff to compile a health, food or fire safety risk assessments using one of our generic packages.
Alternatively we have accredited training by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) the largest awarding body of H&S courses in the country, giving successful candidates a nationally recognised qualification