Whatever sector you’re in, you need to make sure your organisation complies with multiple sets of rules and regulations to stay in business, and out of trouble.
Safety, Health, Environment & Fire law can be convoluted, challenging, and difficult to understand. But, our consultants can work with you to make complex things simple, and put you in control.
Whatever your size or in-house resources, we’ll help you meet Safety, Health, Environment & Fire demands effectively – saving you time and money.
We keep things simple, focusing on what you can do, rather than what you can’t do, under the regulations.
If you’re a small organisation without in-house safety professionals, we can become your team – explaining the rules, giving your staff tools to follow, and creating sound policies and procedures.
If you’re a bigger business, you can still benefit from our expertise in specialist areas like asbestos or chemical management, or accident investigation.
Our accredited training programme – comprising IOSH, NEBOSH, CIEH courses – underpins all of this, focusing on equipping your staff to meet their responsibilities at all levels, and outlining specific risks relevant to your business.
By law, all building – apart from single private dwellings – must have a proper fire risk assessment. If you’re in charge of the building, you’re directly responsible for making sure this happens.
We can help you meet that obligation. Our consultants have held senior posts in the Fire Service, or are Institute of Fire Engineers registered, so they know exactly what you need to do to keep your building safe and legal.
Food safety law is notoriously complex. We’ll help demystify regulations and keep you compliant.
Backed by our legal team at Capital Law, we can keep you fully up to date with what Environmental Law demands of you.
We’ll create easy to follow systems so that you can stay on top of what you need to do, and help you demonstrate your credentials through official accreditation.
We can deliver:
Marvellous, very professional and very thorough.