HEALTH & SAFETYYOU'RE IN SAFE HANDS 24-7
We take Health and Safety extremely seriously and make sure we always stay right up to date with both H&S legislation and HR issues.
We are proud to report that we are SAFEcontractor accredited. Under the SAFEcontractor system, businesses undergo a vetting process, which examines health and safety procedures and their track record for safe practice. Those companies meeting the high standard are included on a database.
All jobs we undertake will have a risk assessment and method statement completed and our installers will have a copy of this with them.
You may hear us calling these RAMS for short. RAMS lays out all risks involved in the job and the control measures used to protect staff and the public. This document also states exactly how we will do the job.
Our installers will have a copy while on site for you to look at if you wish, or you can request this prior to work starting.
Our installers have the following qualifications
CSCS card – this provides proof that individuals working on construction sites have the appropriate training and qualifications for the job they do.
IPAF card – this provides proof that individuals can use powered access including scissor lifts, boom and vehicle mounted access safely.
PASMA Card – this provides proof that individuals can use mobile scaffold safely.
Asbestos awareness, Manual Handling, Fire Safety, Abrasive wheels, 1st Aid, Petrol Safety (SPA), CAT scan training for identifying buried services.
We are prepared to obtain any extra qualifications needed that we don’t have
You’re in safe hands
We are delighted to report the history of our incident rates:
Fatal injuries – Nil
Major Injuries – Nil
Over Three Day Injuries – Nil
RIDDOR listed/reported dangerous occurrences – Nil
Our Public Liability Policy is £5,000,000 and is specific for our work.
Why Choose Us?
Things to look out for when choosing a Signage company
References– Businesses should be able to show you previous work and provide contact details for you to get in touch with these clients to confirm that they worked in a safe and organised manner.
Low Estimates – Some businesses can often provide a low estimate, but if something sounds too good to be true, it generally is. It may be that they will be using sub-standard materials and tools for the job, which can lead to dangerous occurrences. There may also be hidden costs.
Make sure that you have a full breakdown of the price on the estimate
Training and Accreditations – Your chosen business should be able to show you their health and safety certificates, and more essentially an accreditation with an awarding body. This shows you that they are working to a highly recognised standard which should give you peace of mind.