Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ)

Keep people safe and healthy at all time….

Guidance

Safety & Occupational Health of employees, protection of Environment and Quality of product are the utmost priorities of the company.

Our substantial bank of knowledge, research and experience accrued over the years in the field of fire safety and emergency response is the foundation to our comprehensive and expertly delivered range of services.

We provide ‘suitable and sufficient assessment’ of risks to our employees, potential clients and visitors on health and safety. We believe everyone has the right to come home safe and well from their job, that’s why our mission is to prevent work related death, injury and ill health.

The hazards (things that may cause harm)
how they may harm people
what you are already doing to control the risks



Office risk assessment tool

This tool allows those working in low-risk office-based environments to do their risk assessment quickly and easily.

The Health and Safety Executive has developed this tool, in consultation with Local Government Regulation, and supports the approach for these businesses.

It enables you to produce a tailored assessment by selecting the relevant hazards and thinking about how you control them.

General good housekeeping is carried out. Changes in flooring level, such as steps, slopes and ramps are in good condition.

It is important we discuss our assessment and proposed actions with staffs. We review our risk assessment to avoid accident in the workplace or make significant changes to hazards work activities.

As a regulator, our goal is to prevent workplace death, injury or ill health.We achieve this by working with dutyholders to help them understand the risks they create and how to manage them, emergency evacuation exercise.

All building occupants must participate in an Evacuation Exercise as required by Gracias Global Planning for Emergencies in Facilities. The aim of an Evacuation Exercise is to determine the effectiveness of the Emergency Response Procedures in the Emergency Management Manual (EMM).

Our Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is committed to helping business and other stakeholders adapt to changes in occupational health and safety law and practice in line with Government policy on 'Common Commencement Dates', by harmonizing changes, and implement new measures effectively, The Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) in line with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.

The Act lays down general principles for the management of health and safety at work, enabling the creation of specific requirements through regulations enacted as Statutory Instruments or through a code of practice. For example, the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH).

The Evacuation Exercise runs for approximately 60 minutes, including pre-brief and debrief.



Training Outcomes

The Evacuation Exercise training:

Test the Emergency Response Procedures (ERP)

Identify any deficiencies

Observe and test the knowledge and skills of wardens



Who Should Take Part?

All building occupants are required to participate in the exercise under the guidance of the Emergency Control.

Contact the office via the mobile number to book for inspection