Health & Safety Compliance

Health & safety compliance goes beyond meeting legal obligations.

It also include the underlying aims and objectives of regulations and any necessary licenses, permits, and protocols.

What is noncompliance in health and safety? A breach of compliance occurs when your business fails to follow legal obligations, industry standards, and recognised best practices.

Risk Assessment

Got a questions about H&S Compliance?

Fill in your details below and we’ll call you back to arrange your free consultation. When is a good time to call?

Health & safety compliance requirements

  1. Appointing a competent person to manage your health & safety.
  2. Identify hazards and carry out risk assessments.
  3. Provide information and training to your employees.
  4. Prepare a health & safety policy.
  5. Consulting employees when necessary.
  6. Providing the right facilities for your employees.
  7. Maintaining first aid standards.
  8. Insuring your business.
  9. Reporting on accidents and any illness and accidents.
  10. Display the Health & Safety Law poster.
  11. Understand the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974.

How ABH Safety Services can help with H&S Compliance

It is important to remember that health and safety compliance can be difficult due to a lack of knowledge or time.

Providing a safe work environment is essential. Employees will work to their maximum potential when being protected from potential hazards.

You can conduct a risk assessment of your workplace to ensure compliance with health & safety legislation. You can also monitor your records and policies online using health & safety software. moreover, you can complete training courses to improve your understanding of health & safety compliance.

All this takes time and expert knowledge. This is where ABH Safety Services are here to help. We do all the heavy lifting so you don’t have to. We ensure your business is fully compliant, legal and has trained operates within your organisation to enforce where required.

Health & safety penalties for non-compliance

Health and safety regulations must be followed. Inadequate health and safety practices can lead to accidents, incidents, and ill health.

This can negatively affect the business, the employees, and the individual directors and senior managers of the company.

It is crucial that you comply with current UK laws under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974.

A serious breach of the law (sections two-six of the Health & Safety at Work etc. Act 1974) is punishable by an unlimited fine and, potentially, two years imprisonment.

Maintaining high standards is important for any business, whether it’s a construction company, a retail store, or an office environment.

Don’t fall short, let ABH lead and consult your business’s Health and Safety procedures

The benefits of health & safety compliance

Following laws and procedures has a number of advantages. These include:

  • Absences can be reduced by providing a safe working environment. This will lead to fewer absences.
  • Taking steps to avoid employment tribunals: Workplace injuries can result in claims by your employees, which can be costly for you and negatively impact your public image.
  • By improving your company’s safety record, you will be able to attract talented employees. And promote a positive public image.
  • The higher the level of safety, the more efficiently your employees will perform their duties. Nonetheless, unsafe working environments do not promote confidence, which can negatively impact productivity.
  • Following safety procedures will keep your employees injury-free, so they can do their jobs on your behalf.
  • Less revenue downtime – by adhering to health and safety legislation, you’re less likely to have to shut down operations within your business, resulting in lost revenue.

Need Our Help?

Get in touch and we’ll talk you through health & safety requirements for your business: Contact Us.

Working Safely

Take the course

It is in everyone’s interest and concern to work safely, both employers and employees alike. As one of the few areas where the law places specific duties specifically on employees, knowing where this law applies and how to ensure that it is followed is essential to protecting individuals and businesses. Course topics include fire safety, asbestos awareness, working at height, COSHH, personal protective equipment, and electricity. Schemes for improving safety performance and ways to protect the environment are also covered.

Need some help with Health & Safety Compliance?

Arrange a callback today and one of the ABH Safety Services team will call you back. We offer a completely free, no-obligation consultation so it’s completely risk-free to get started.

ABH Safety Services are a Health and Safety Consultancy service based in Yorkshire, serving the UK.

ABH Safety Services

Request a callback today!