Why Health & Safety is ImportantHealth and safety is an integral part of any and every business. Firstly, it ensures that the wellbeing of employees, customers and visitors is protected. Secondly, observing health and safety rules makes sense from a business perspective too: it decreases costs, reduces the chances of prosecution or reputational damage, and decreases the likelihood of reduced profitability.

What is health and safety?

When we talk about health and safety, we’re referring to the fact that employees, visitors, and customers should be able to enjoy freedom from disease, injury or infirmity. They should all have a sense of mental, physical and social well being too.

Health and safety rules are there to protect employees

Good practices ensure that employees do not face unnecessary or uncontrolled risks when performing their jobs – even in industries and roles that are considered more ‘risky’ than others.

Health and safety are the subjects of many laws and regulations, and failure to comply with the law can leave businesses open to prosecution and a myriad of financial, reputational and practical consequences. So, it’s critical that a positive health and safety culture is a central part of every business.

It makes good business sense

As well as being ‘the right thing to do’, there’s actually a very strong business case for observing health and safety as good practices mean that:

  • morale and productivity will rise
  • risks to employees are reduced
  • businesses enjoy greater efficiency
  • incidents are less likely to arise
  • unscheduled absences and illness will be reduced
  • businesses will see a lower staff turnover
  • insurance costs are lower
  • the ‘bottom line’ will be improved as businesses have to pay for fewer accidents and injuries
  • businesses need not fear reputational damage
  • businesses can tender to work using a strong safety performance record.

Attention to health and safety makes good business sense, and as a result, it should be seen as an achievement that’s just as important as any other measurable business objective.

It encourages social responsibility

Finally, businesses have a social responsibility for upholding health and safety in the workplace. In short, this refers to the fact that businesses are accountable for their ethical practices, which extends as far as ensuring that employees, visitors, and customers are never put in harm’s way in the course of business operations.

Airsweb’s Health and Safety Software is an industry leading software solution which helps you to be compliant with industry and legal standards.

Airsweb Mobile - increasing quality data capture


Capture incidents and observations as they happen with Airsweb mobile.

Regardless of what type of industry you work in, if you need quality reporting on risk exposure and incidents then Airsweb Mobile can help you lead the way to minimise and reduce reoccurrence in your organisation.


Eliminate paper audits out in the field

Without an effective off site mobile solution capturing incidents or completing audits requires two stage inputting, once at the site and then back in the office. It’s an ineffective use of time and resource, causing delays in vital management decisions which could also lead to increased risk to workers, the environment and customers.

With Airsweb Mobile you capture incidents and identify risks across multiple sites and in the field, in real time, leading to immediate access to quality data, without the doubt of synchronisation issues.


Increase data quality

Reporting risks and incidents as they happen means you’re less likely to input wrong information or forget vital details. As time lapses our memory retention elapses by 60% within a 24 hour period, which is a typical desktop entry timeline when inputting data.

Airsweb Mobile - increasing quality data capture

Having instant access to upload key data and information, as quickly after the incident or at the time of an audit delivers far more indepth and quality information that can help support your companies behaviour safety programme.

Provides access to data when and where needed

Using Airsweb mobile EHS management system provides you with access to the offline application without connectivity when and where needed. Ideal for when revisiting or updating an incident at location, auditing, completing a risk assessment and even uploading images and documentation at the site – efficiently and timely.

Airsweb mobile on any device

Airsweb mobile has a responsive design that fits any tablet or device and with its ease of use and accessibility, even with the smallest screens in mind, you can be confident of successful user adoption with contractors and employees.

Airsweb Mobile - increasing quality data capture

Airsweb mobile EHS management software offers increased opportunities to improve productivity and safety performance within your organisation allowing users, and contractors to.

–        Capture incidents and observations as they happen.

–        Schedule, download and conduct audit and inspections remotely

–        Upload supporting visual evidence utilising the device cameras

–        Integrate with your organisations SSO with peace of mind that all data is protected and encrypted in case of loss or theft.

Top tips to help manage risk

The world of business is evolving fast. Increasingly organisations, large and small, are under pressure to be accountable and transparent in their operations. They have a responsibility to their workforce, customers and the environment, including their supply chain. Failing to implement the right health and safety laws can put a heavy strain on a company’s finances and reputation, but more importantly put lives at risk.

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Environment, Health and Safety breeches

Acknowledge health and safety as an enterprise-wide challenge

Make the effort to standardise risk assessment across the business

Rules and regulations need to be constantly updated and monitored

Use software to maximise the efficiency of your risk management programme

Environment, Health and Safety breeches

Snap shot of incidents that were preventable:

  • Proposed penalties of $70,000 for Dyson Corporation as worker loses part of a finger. Ohio. Unguarded moving machine part.
  • Royal Mail Group Limited, fined £50,000 after worker’s foot was run over by a reach truck. Medway Magistrates Court. Not providing correct footwear for environment
  • Major frozen food manufacturer fined £80,000 after employee nearly lost his arm. Peterborough Crown Court. Incorrect guards on conveyor
  • Company fined £2.6 million after an employee was crushed to death when a trench collapsed. Preston Crown Court. Inadequate risk assessment.

In February 2016, oil giant Conoco Phillips (UK) Limited were fined after gas leaks on their platform off the Lincolnshire coast put the lives of 66 workers in danger. Releases of gas occurred as a result of a number of deficiencies in isolation and planning, allowing gas to come out of an open-ended pipe connected to the high-pressure vent system. The breakdown in communications across the five platforms meant some workers incorrectly believed the platform was gas-free, which it wasn’t and it was estimated around 600kg of hydrocarbon gas was released. ConocoPhillips (UK) Limited admitted serious failings and were fined £3,000,000 (£1m for each offence) and ordered to pay costs of £159,459(1).

BP has been at the centre of a number of environment, health and safety disasters, including the explosion at the Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010. In another incident that happened in 2005, an explosion resulted in a divesting fire that ripped through BP’s Texas City Refinery. 15 workers were killed and 170 injured. BP was charged with violating federal environment crime laws and has been subject to lawsuits from the victim’s families. The US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) imposed a fine of $87million(2).

Source: HSE.gov.uk  Osha.gov


Top tips for EHS managers

Top tips to help manage risk

Acknowledge health and safety as an enterprise-wide challenge

Environment, Health and Safety belongs at every level of the organisation. A unified risk strategy is essential and it needs to apply to every aspect of your company no matter where your employees are located. For example, if you have a 12 hours no alcohol policy for certain positions, rolling it out company-wide shows workers that this is something the company is committed to at all levels. It then involves a process for random testing which is then recorded for audit, action and reporting.

Our client, Greenergy, a UK and Canadian based road fuel supplier, encourages every individual working in the business to observe and respond to hazards as part of their ‘no-blame’ culture, so there is transparency across the business.


Top tips to help manage risk

Make the effort to standardise risk assessment across the business

One of the most effective ways to make informed decisions across the company is to try and standardise the same processes company-wide.  This ensures a consistent delivery in health, safety and risk monitoring processes. Business intelligence then enables managers to identify potential risk areas and positively implement informed changes as well as adapt to any new regulations and laws.

Our client, Babcock, has implemented Airsweb’s AI, Risk and Pass modules across their Defence, Support and Marine operations, which involves over 35,000 skilled staff with over 300 health and safety staff members. The business intelligence, reporting and real-time visibility of compliance and HSE performance promotes quick and responsive actions to minimise any potential risk or hazard.


Top tips to help manage risk

Rules and regulations need to be constantly updated and monitored

The regulatory landscape is notorious for constantly changing and evolving to ensure the safety of lives. Many changes can be reactionary, resulting from recent disasters, and they can be highly political, such as the impact on this month’s EU vote for Britain. Keeping a central record of these changes and how they affect the running of your business will ensure your company’s overall governance is improved immeasurably.

With the strong strategic partnerships as part of Airsweb’s portfolio you can manage an integrated and comprehensive­­ range of up-to-date regulatory documents.

  • Enhesa  – who provide regulatory compliance assurance support to industries worldwide.
  • 3E Company –offers a comprehensive suite of data and solutions for environmental health and safety compliance management in the chemical life cycle.

And our partnership with Kwintessential, means language isn’t a barrier, as they are an International Translation Agency, who can draw out the appropriate nuances in technical terms and inferences.


Use software to maximise the efficiency of your risk management programme

For Health and Safety professionals, using Airsweb cloud-based software will help make intelligent business decisions, measure performance across the business, identify patterns and probe deeper into potential risk.

Airsweb can help your organisation with all aspects of EHS, Risk, Compliance and Sustainability providing you with robust, usable, live reporting that can be accessed from anywhere including mobile and tablet devices. Our software allows you to report incidents, events and more importantly log and delegate actions in order to implement solutions quickly – ensuring the safety of your workforce and people and the reputation of your company.


Top tips to help manage risk

Why Airsweb?

Top tips to help manage riskIndependent Analyst Firm, Verdantix, recognised Airsweb as offering Enhanced User Engagement with a highly flexible user interface and Business Intelligence tool.  This means you achieve high user engagement from the start.

A testament to 'Software as a Service' in Transport and Logistics

The term SAAS or ‘software as a service’ is becoming more profound as part of a wider discussion on integrated EHS Software, as companies look for more efficient and cost-effective ways to manage their EHS or QHSE programmes.

In many cases, the decision maker is often faced with the challenge of not being a direct user of the software, such as an IT or IS Project Manager. In this instance a more subjective and ‘criteria-based’ selection process is carried out to ensure the right software for the business is chosen.

In an industry such as Transport or Logistics, when sites are often remote, employees travel far and wide from head office and communications can often be confused, an easily accessible software system is key. For GIST, an international logistics company, Software as a Service (SAAS) was the right choice.

“Software as a Service will make my life easier as an IT manager as I don’t have to look after it.”

Carl McIver, IM Manager, GIST.

The Problem

In many cases the previous/incumbent system of reporting does not meet the current or future needs of the company. Older systems can be cumbersome, with staff ignoring it due to being difficult to use. This often renders the incumbent system a problem from both a user adoption viewpoint and also demonstrating investment value back to the business.

The Opportunity

When choosing software, the first thing Carl looked for was functionality. Did this meet the needs and wants of his company, and more importantly the users? A service such as airsweb®, that is highly accessible, suits a logistic company such as GIST in which much of the staff are based in remote sites or have no specific base at all.

The Solution 

The SAAS system from Airsweb allows health and safety teams and audit teams within organisations like GIST to reduce overhead costs and see improved reporting. As teams travel across the country, reporting can be centralised in one, easy accessible system. This enables organisations like Gist to have consistent and up to date knowledge of all sites.

‘Your Software Partner in QHSE’

We work closely with all our clients to ensiure they get the very best from airsweb®.

We will act as your software partner, as a committed and experienced company, working with you to ensure that you have the right software solution for your business.

Interested in SAAS? Learn more HERE.

Contact the team today on 0151 289 6811 or email info@airsweb.com

The Future of UK Energy Efficiency Schemes

In the last article I discussed the origins and benefits of the Environment Agency’s Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), the deadline of which was the 5thDecember 2015.

Running alongside ESOS is a major review and overhaul of UK energy taxes, within which ESOS fits. Neatly entitled “Reforming the business energy efficiency tax landscape”, HM treasury has asked organisations and individuals to comment on the current energy tax landscape and suggest methods to improve it.  The consultation ended at the start of November 2015 and the results are due in the 2016 budget.

What will come out of this?

There are a series of recommendations within the document and one thing that is for certain is that any organisation who emits excessive amounts of energy will be taxed in one form or another. This review considers the interactions between business energy policies and regulations, including:

It has been widely recognised that there are too many policies and regulations that all aim to achieve a single goal – energy and carbon reduction.

So what for the future?

The 2016 budget will reveal the answer and my view is:

A single energy tax related to the Climate Change Levy (CCL) will be introduced.  Secondly all organisations will be required to produce a single reporting system based on ESOS.

These are muted in the consultation document and realistically provide a way forward for simplification. ESOS is with us for the next 12 years and this will, in my opinion, be closely linked to the single reporting system. Smarter companies will (in 2016) put together a plan and start to consider these tax implications for their business and supply chain.  Others will wait and be reactive rather than proactive.

It is imperative that businesses act now and act quickly as the regulations will only become more stringent over time and there are probably significant energy savings that you can already make within your company.  Carrying on in a business as usual sense will not guard you against rising energy prices and help you save money by identifying and unlocking the potentially lucrative opportunities.

The Climate Change Levy (CCL) is a tax on energy delivered to non-domestic users in the United Kingdom. Its aim is to provide an incentive to increase energy efficiency and to reduce carbon emissions.

Dr Stephen Finnegan s.finnegan@liverpool.ac.uk is a Lecturer at the University of Liverpool, a business advisor on ESOS and an editorial board member on sustainability for RICS

Find out how Airswebs Sustainability and Environment modules can help support you:

Finding the right information on the internet can be hard. With so much information out there, even trusted sites such as the HSE site can be mind boggling. When it comes to health and safety you’ll want to know the right information for you, and fast.

So, with this in mind, HSE have launched a new COSHH tool to use online which will enable you to find the right advice and information around controlling the use of chemicals.

So how does it work?

The e-tool will take users through a number of questions and steps to discover what tasks you need to complete, what chemicals you’re dealing with and how to go about using and controlling them.

You’ll first be asked about the processes or tasks you undertake. This could be something very specific such as car spraying, or if you’re unsure, something vague such as mixing. You will then be asked about the number of chemicals you use to undertake the task above, what the chemical or product name is and it’s state, such as liquid or solid. Once you have completed this you will be asked to add more information about the specific chemical and manufacturer’s warnings, risks and hazards.

What are the results?

After providing the e-tool with some specific information you are then given data around the specific chemicals. This includes how hazardous it is, warnings around using it and suggestions to ensure your working environment is as safe as possible and reduce the risk of harm to workers or members of the public.

These results are tailored to the data you input and therefore highly specific to your role or processes within your company. Try it out for yourself here.

This is a great example of how technology can help create health and safety solutions. As a company who specialises in software solutions and using technology to enable safe working environments, it’s great to see how technology is helping communicate risks and solutions.

Here at Airsweb many of our software solutions focus on reporting and analysing data. This includes incident reporting, environmental reporting, observations, action tracking, audit management and risk assessments. Through consolidating data from across the company in one place that is accessible from anywhere, data can be displayed and understood clearly giving a full picture of where weaknesses and strengths lie.

Once a root cause has been found, solutions can be actioned across the company through our software. Making for a more informed, safer work environment.

To understand COMAH you must understand the wider legislation of The Seveso Directives. These are the main EU legislation specifically dealing with controlling major on-shore hazards involving dangerous substances. On June 1st 2015 The Sevanso III Directive was implemented across Europe and therefore the UK legislation COMAH was amended and replaced by new legislation also to reflect this.

What is COMAH?

For those who don’t already know COMAH means the Control of Major Accident Hazards. They mostly affect the chemical industry and those using, keeping or dealing with dangerous substances regularly. Industries also dealing with storage, explosives and nuclear sites may also be affected. The aim of these regulations is to prevent major accidents that involve dangerous chemicals happening in the first place and lessen the effects on people and the environment, if incidents are to happen.

Who will it affect?

Previous COMAH duty holders should obviously pay attention to the new changes. Operators of current COMAH sites and emergency planners will also need to view recent guidance around the new regulations as well as any business using dangerous substances.

What’s changed?

The COMAH Regulations 2015 have replaced the COMAH Regulations 1999, which have now been revoked. Although there are many similarities between the two regulations there are also many new or changed duties. Below is just a brief summary of the changes to duties:

• Some definitions have changed around substances and their uses
• The list of substances that COMAH Regulations cover has now been updated to be in line with European CLP regulation on the classification, labelling and packaging of substances.
• How safety reports are transitioned has been assessed and information provided.
• Informing people likely to be affected by major accidents is now a requirement of local authorities.
• Information must be more readily available to the public via electronic access.
• Cooperation with neighbouring sites and sharing relevant information will be a duty for members of a domino group.
• Emergency planning and testing of the emergency plan now requires cooperation from designated authorities.
• Inspections will be subject to stronger requirements by the competent authority.

As major accidents and incidents involving dangerous chemicals can be hazardous to both people and the environment, these legislations and regulations from both Europe and the EU aim to prevent accidents entirely or reduce the impact of contamination and effect of people’slives. For more information on the new COMAH Regulations 2015, read HSE’s full guidance document here. Check out our downloadable free checklist from Airsweb to help you on the first steps to complying with regulations.

As with any industry the rules and requirements must constantly change and adapt to deal with changes to technology and improved ways of working. Here at Airsweb our software solutions can adapt to your business and your safety or environmental needs. We keep up to date with new legislations and regulations in order to always provide a full and effective solution. Take a look through our solutions to see what could help your company or ring us today on 0151 289 6811 and talk through your situation with one of our advisors.

5 tips to make your life in Health and Safety easier

Health and safety doesn’t have to be complex and time consuming. With 16 years of developing health and safety software we have seen complex processes condensed and simplified through the use of technology. Over the years, the landscape of health and safety has changed dramatically which can lead to confusion; however, we stay ahead of the curve when it comes to legislation changes and new technology to keep our solutions at their best.

With this in mind, here are five ways you can make your life in health and safety easier, faster and more efficient.

Action plan

Decide and describe how you will be tackling your health and safety. Through full visibility of your management plans, areas of weakness can be flagged up quickly and further actions put in place to make your health and safety solution even sturdier.

For large organisations with different bases across different locations visibility may be an issue. This is where technology plays a very important part. Make your health and safety plans easily shareable so everyone within your company can view, understand and comment.


After visualising your plans for health and safety management ensure you communicate thoroughly with your employees. This will save you time and effort in the long run. Through including employees in your plan you’re encouraging them to get on board with your health and safety plans and to start understanding why it is so important. A company whose employees are kept in the loop about how and why health and safety plans help them will be more open and understanding to changes.

Consider everyone

Don’t forget to consider everyone when creating a plan to manage risks in the workplace. Some employees may have special requirements or needs that should be considered. This could be due to pregnancy, inexperience or disabilities. These people may need to be assessed additionally to ensure risks are controlled.

Don’t forget about the people who might not work on site every day: the contractors, freelancers or maintenance workers. There may be specific risks to look out for relating to these individuals. Incorporate these into your health and safety plan at the very beginning in order to save you time and effort in the long run.


Training employees on how to work safely in their job will save money, hassle and most importantly prevent injuries further down the line. As in the comment above, don’t forget about your external or contracted workers. Their safety is just as important.

A lack of knowledge can not only affect an individual but those around them including members of the public. Bring in external trainers with knowledge and experience to educate people, but also the ability to motivate and inspire people.


Use software to make your life easier, your decisions more informed and your workplace safer. Being able to give employees access to reporting software wherever they are in the world means health and safety managers can gain a clear and in depth view of where weaknesses lie.

Incident management and reporting software allows you to get to the root of problems quickly. Finding the solution to an issue in one means it can then be actioned in all areas of the company as a preventative measure and as we all know, prevention is always better than cure.

Health and Safety under a new government? A look at the future and what it could hold.

With a new government announcement imminent, the future of the country seems to be on everybody’s lips regardless of their industry or sector. When it comes to health and safety, any decisions are likely to affect many people across the country.

In the previous coalition government health and safety took a hit, seeing a reduction in the protection of the self-employed, reporting requirements relaxed and inspections slashed (1). However, it is important to note that these plans were not mentioned in any of the parties’ manifestos prior to the election in 2000, quite the opposite; plans were proposed to amend health and safety laws that stand in the way of common sense policing. Needless to say, the world of health and safety was not happy with this lack of follow up on promises.

With this in mind, we will take a tentative look at the current party manifestos in order to get a feel for where the future of health and safety, risk assessments and reporting may lead us. We had to look hard though, as this does not seem to be an issue that is highly regarded with any of the parties.


Although the words ‘health and safety’ aren’t specifically mentioned within the Conservative party’s manifesto their goal seems to be to continue their campaign to reduce regulations regarding health and safety. Shelly Frost, Executive director of policy of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) said about the budget cuts to health and safety under the Conservative reign, “OSH (a leading, independent health and safety consultancy) has been seen by some as a burden. In the early days of this parliament we saw David Cameron vow to, ‘kill off the health and safety monster’.” (2)

The word “unnecessary” is used a lot within the Conservative’s plans, with the aim to remove so called “unnecessary rules and regulations”. This is all part of the budget cut that the Conservatives say has already saved £10bn. However, many are concerned that health and safety is not being taken seriously.


The Labour party published a separate manifesto to sit alongside the main bulk, focusing on the workplace. The party stated, “Labour will also work to support health and safety, reducing the toll of workplace injuries, fatalities and occupational ill-health, including for the self-employed, and reviewing specific issues such as excessive workplace temperatures.” (3) The issue of blacklisting has also been mentioned with commitments to tackle this and to improve the lives of health and safety activists.

While remembering that a party’s manifesto does not allow us to predict the future, Labour seem to be dedicated to protecting workers, implementing better practices for inspections, promoting occupational health and protecting the self-employed. They don’t, however, commit themselves to providing extra resources for HSE.

Liberal Democrats

The Lib Dems, despite being extremely quiet on the matter of health and safety, do claim to understand the need for a more in-depth look at health and safety across the UK’s workforce. While they do propose, like the Conservatives, to remove unnecessary business regulation, they do so with more of a focus on reform and improvement of the Regulatory Policy Committee in order to remove uncertainty.

While the Liberal Democrats’ actual plans are unclear, they do say within their manifesto: “We understand that well-designed regulation, focused on outcomes rather than processes, has a vital role in creating markets and driving investment.” (4)


Health and safety doesn’t come into the Green party manifesto.  They do however, propose their support of holding public inquiries into blacklisting and an end to “exploitative zero hour contracts.”


As expected UKIP aim to exit the EU and therefore rid Britain of what they say are unneeded regulations. This is with the aim to relieve the burden of being over regulated from small firms and businesses. This is UKIP’s only real reference to health and safety within their manifesto.

Although Conservative and Labour are the key players within this election, the possibility of another coalition government is ever looming and therefore the thoughts and claims of the smaller parties should also be on your radar.  As we can see, health and safety has not been one of the top priorities for any of the parties’ manifestos, and so we can only speculate what the future will look like. To be sure though, there will be huge differences between parties depending on who makes it into office. We will have to wait and see.

‘Your Opinion, Your Vote, Your Software Partner in QHSE’

If these changes will affect you and your business or if you have any concerns about your own health and safety reporting or analysis talk to us today via Twitter @airsweb or call us on 0151 289 6811 and see how our EHS software solutions could help maximise compliance, minimise risk and protect your workforce, no matter the outcome of the election.

Glenn Hardy/Lee Davies


(1)    http://strongerunions.org/2015/04/16/what-the-party-manifestos-say-on-health-and-safety/

(2)    https://sm.britsafe.org/health-safety-and-ballot-box-what-do-general-election-manifestos-say

(3)    http://action.labour.org.uk/page/-/A%20better%20plan%20for%20Britain%27s%20workplaces.pdf

(4)   Liberal Democrat general election manifesto 2015

Working in Partnership: Airsweb Audit, Accident & Incident and John Laing Group Plc.

John Laing is involved in all aspects of infrastructure projects, from active investing to asset managing. They work within international markets including the UK, Europe, Asia and North America, and have risen to become one of the world’s most trusted brands when it comes to the field of infrastructure.

What we did

John Laing uses Airsweb’s Accident and Incident module as well as the Audit module. Airsweb’s software solutions have enabled John Laing to do away with their previously used internal spreadsheets in favour of a fully accessible, organised approach to data management. For a company specialising in asset management and large scale investments, understanding their own data is key. Airsweb’s solution was therefore based around using the Accident and Incident module to understand where problem areas lie and how accidents can be prevented. The Audit module allowed them to plan, complete and review their audits all in one, easily accessible place.

As a company working internationally, the ability to add and view information remotely is such a valuable element of what Airsweb can offer.

Construction industry insights

Construction is one of the key industries in which we work and therefore an area in which we aim to provide our customers with solutions that reflect what is happening in the industry, whether this means new regulations or actions HSE are implementing. Within our blog we provide up to date insights into the goings on in the world of construction and many other industries such as New Regulations for Lifting Operations. We also provide help and advice from a health and safety point of view such as Managing health risks in Construction.

What we can do for you

Accident and Incident management software is just one of many solutions we offer here at Airsweb. We are dedicated to providing our customers with the means to delve into the data surrounding their company’s health and safety with the aim of helping find the root cause of issues and putting precautions in place to improve the lives of workers.

Risk management and Audit management software allows employees to log, view and manage audits and risk assessments remotely. This means data can be quickly analysed and actions assigned to protect workers.

Our solutions are flexible and can be tailored to meet the needs of each different organisation. We work with our customers to develop our solutions, taking into account changes to your industry and your business. Call us today on 0151 289 6811 to gain a better understanding of just how we can tailor our solutions to you.

Lee Davies