Keep one step ahead with Planned Preventative Maintenance
Most organisations nowadays have to respond quickly and efficiently to customers’ needs and, let’s face it, often don’t have the time or resources to deal with building maintenance as well as testing and inspection of work at height and Personal Protective Equipment.
As a result, many businesses are now favouring the use of Planned Preventative Maintenance programmes, outsourced to a specialist work at height compliance and facilities management companies such as Heightsafe Systems/HSFM. The main benefits are that it allows them to focus on their core business activities, whilst knowing that their premises are being maintained and that they are meeting all their legal requirements around safety and work at height.
A planned approach to inspection, testing, and certification ensures that all of a building’s assets remain compliant and in line with legislation. It’s also worth bearing in mind that the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 states that it is the duty of an employer to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of all employees when at work. As we all know, work at height equipment such as lanyards, walkways, access ladders, lightning protection and guardrails need regular inspection at least annually, although more frequently in some cases.
Our Planned Preventative Maintenance programmes can incorporate testing and inspection of all your work at height and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), as part of a bundled package. This will ensure that anyone working or accessing these areas do so safely. Our planned approach to maintenance also reduces the amount of responsive repairs to your building by tackling problems such as a leaky roof before it develops into something much worse and more expensive.
If you would like more information on the Planned Preventative Maintenance and work at height compliance services that we provide, contact us on: 020 3819 7199.26th April 2017 12:56 pm
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