Book Your Free Work at Height Consultation
Are you planning your next monthly, quarterly or regional FM meeting? Heightsafe Systems are now offering a Free Consultation service, with the aim of improving the management of your company’s health and safety compliance.
Our specialists are happy to organise attendance at your monthly or quarterly get together, to discuss and answer questions about how incorporating a work at height plan could save you money in the long run, as well as demonstrating our Asset Management and Work at Height Suite which further ensures compliancy at all times across your portfolio and can be tailored to your requirements.
Working at height constitutes any work taking place on, below, or above ground level where there is a risk of personal injury through falling or from falling objects.
The Work at Height Regulations 2005 state that as an employer or duty holder, you are required to ensure that all employees have access to work at height equipment that reflects the requirements and regulations, including training in the use of equipment.
Multi-million-pound fines from the Health and Safety Executive are on the increase, doubling since 2014. Don’t pay the price!
“With the help of Heightsafe’s expertise, their free consultation enlightened us to a number of health and safety requirements relating to work at height, which were not currently included in our PPMs – allowing us to plan for the future and meet our audit standards.
We look forward to working with Heightsafe as our chosen tier 1 work at height partners”
Your brand and reputation is as important as to us as our own and, we understand that it takes years to build but, damage can be done in a matter of momentary lapses. Why risk yours? We are happy to offer free, no obligation advice as a step forward in working at height, safely.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch via email, or please call us on 020 3819 7199.9th January 2018 5:31 pm
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