As a result of Miller Homes and Barratt Homes adopting an SSIP approach to their Approved Contractor process with effect from 31 March 2012 we are assisting Contractors to gain the SMAS Worksafe Certificate.
With the deadline of the end of March upon us, there is now an increased degree of urgency in many of these requests because all contractors employed by these companies (this includes David Wilson and Ward Homes) may encounter difficulties in getting paid unless they have been certified by an SSIP accredited company. With can assist you with your SMAS / WORKSAFE CONTRACTOR application.
Contact Tony Lundy on 07749 838367

We are a WorkSafe Consultant and very familiar with the scheme.



 
 
TL Safety have put together a basic  occupational health surveillance package for small businesses that work out at less than £1 per week per employee for employees with 20 or more employees. We can arrange packages for employers with less than 20 employees and also cater for larger organisations. The basic surveillance package is provided by our partnering occupational health specialists and consists of:- 
  • Lung Function Test (Spirometry)
  • Hearing Test (audiometry)
  • Hand Arm Vibration Test (HAVS)
  • Skin Check (Dermatitis)
  • Blood Pressure checks

We can also arrange for appropriate surveillance packages depending on your workplace hazards together with health assessments for lone workers, nightshift workers, confined space working, fork lift truck drivers fitness screening and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for stress, anxiety

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We have now partnered with a local IOSH and NEBOSH accredited training centre to deliver our IOSH and NEBOSH courses. The next IOSH Managing Safely course will be held in Chorley on the 8th - 11th March 2012. Book now to reserve you place or to discuss any other courses that you may require.
 
 

Our next Fire Marshal Training Course in Bolton is on the 12th April 2012 at 9.00am finishing around 12 noon. Book early to secure your place £70+Vat. Tel 07749 838367


     
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