Safeguarding the integrity of health and safety when contractors are working on site
Many companies utilise contractors to conduct activities on their site when specialist or additional resource is required. These activities can range from servicing equipment or systems through to alterations to buildings and premises.
These contractors will be unfamiliar with the health and safety procedures that apply to your site. This presents a real risk to the integrity of your health and safety management systems, to your staff, your visitors and to the contractors themselves.
Our Managing Contractors course introduces the practical steps to be taken by those briefing and managing contractors, to ensure health and safety policy and practice is maintained whilst they are working on site. It explores the legal requirements and responsibilities of all parties, how to select, brief, educate and plan contractor activities and how to monitor and review contractor performance.« All News Articles