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  • Client and Principal Designer (PD) Assistance Service in Devon
    risk to the Health and Safety of persons affected by the project in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 5 1 2 a b and fully maintained for its duration in accordance with Reg 5 3 Where there is more than one Client involved with the project that suitable contractual obligations extend to each Client understands their duties in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 8 i ii iii Ensuring all duty holders have the skills knowledge and experience and where required the organisational skills and that the duty holders adhere to the general duties in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 8 1 7 Principal Designer PD under the Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015 CDM 2015 Reg 8 1 7 Reg 9 1 4 Reg 11 1 7 Reg 12 3 5 6 7 8 10 This will include assisting Designers with ensuring the designs have incorporate the Principles of Prevention in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 9 2 3 4 The Principal Designer PD in planning and monitoring during the pre construction stage to ensure that so far as reasonably practicable the project is carried out without risks to Health and Safety in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 11 1 2 3 4 The Principal Designer PD in fulfilling the duty to coordinate the Health and Safety matters to ensure all persons working during the pre construction phase cooperate with the Client the Principal Designer PD and each other in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 11 5 The Principal Designer PD with the Client in provision and preparation of the Pre Construction Information PCI in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 11 6 a b and Reg 4 4 The Principal Designer PCI with liaising with the Principal Contractor and coordinating all safety matters and assisting the Principal Contractor in preparing and periodically reviewing the Construction Phase Plan in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 11 7 Reg 12 3 a b and Reg 12 4 During the Pre Construction stage assist the Principal Designer PD in preparing the Health and Safety File appropriate to the characteristics of the project and is periodically reviewed and updated in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg12 5 6 WHAT WE CAN OFFER Absolute Health and Safety Solutions Ltd services to assist the Client and Designer Principal Designer PD during the Pre Construction Phase Act as the Health and Safety Competent Person for the Client for the duration of the project Attend Design meetings with the Client Designers and Principal Designer PD to review Health and Safety Principal of Prevention aspects of Project Design Assist with formulation of the Design Risk Assessment to comply with the Principals of Prevention Assist in preparing the Pre construction information PCI including Health and Safety aspects of the project Confirm the Welfare Arrangements required for the project Clients must ensure these are maintained throughout the project in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg4 3 Review surveys required for compliance Assist in raising and reviewing the F10 Assist with formal letter appointments and

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  • Client and Principal Designer (PD) Assistance Service in Dorset
    risk to the Health and Safety of persons affected by the project in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 5 1 2 a b and fully maintained for its duration in accordance with Reg 5 3 Where there is more than one Client involved with the project that suitable contractual obligations extend to each Client understands their duties in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 8 i ii iii Ensuring all duty holders have the skills knowledge and experience and where required the organisational skills and that the duty holders adhere to the general duties in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 8 1 7 Principal Designer PD under the Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015 CDM 2015 Reg 8 1 7 Reg 9 1 4 Reg 11 1 7 Reg 12 3 5 6 7 8 10 This will include assisting Designers with ensuring the designs have incorporate the Principles of Prevention in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 9 2 3 4 The Principal Designer PD in planning and monitoring during the pre construction stage to ensure that so far as reasonably practicable the project is carried out without risks to Health and Safety in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 11 1 2 3 4 The Principal Designer PD in fulfilling the duty to coordinate the Health and Safety matters to ensure all persons working during the pre construction phase cooperate with the Client the Principal Designer PD and each other in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 11 5 The Principal Designer PD with the Client in provision and preparation of the Pre Construction Information PCI in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 11 6 a b and Reg 4 4 The Principal Designer PCI with liaising with the Principal Contractor and coordinating all safety matters and assisting the Principal Contractor in preparing and periodically reviewing the Construction Phase Plan in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 11 7 Reg 12 3 a b and Reg 12 4 During the Pre Construction stage assist the Principal Designer PD in preparing the Health and Safety File appropriate to the characteristics of the project and is periodically reviewed and updated in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg12 5 6 WHAT WE CAN OFFER Absolute Health and Safety Solutions Ltd services to assist the Client and Designer Principal Designer PD during the Pre Construction Phase Act as the Health and Safety Competent Person for the Client for the duration of the project Attend Design meetings with the Client Designers and Principal Designer PD to review Health and Safety Principal of Prevention aspects of Project Design Assist with formulation of the Design Risk Assessment to comply with the Principals of Prevention Assist in preparing the Pre construction information PCI including Health and Safety aspects of the project Confirm the Welfare Arrangements required for the project Clients must ensure these are maintained throughout the project in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg4 3 Review surveys required for compliance Assist in raising and reviewing the F10 Assist with formal letter appointments and

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  • Client and Principal Designer (PD) Assistance Service in Somerset
    risk to the Health and Safety of persons affected by the project in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 5 1 2 a b and fully maintained for its duration in accordance with Reg 5 3 Where there is more than one Client involved with the project that suitable contractual obligations extend to each Client understands their duties in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 8 i ii iii Ensuring all duty holders have the skills knowledge and experience and where required the organisational skills and that the duty holders adhere to the general duties in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 8 1 7 Principal Designer PD under the Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015 CDM 2015 Reg 8 1 7 Reg 9 1 4 Reg 11 1 7 Reg 12 3 5 6 7 8 10 This will include assisting Designers with ensuring the designs have incorporate the Principles of Prevention in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 9 2 3 4 The Principal Designer PD in planning and monitoring during the pre construction stage to ensure that so far as reasonably practicable the project is carried out without risks to Health and Safety in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 11 1 2 3 4 The Principal Designer PD in fulfilling the duty to coordinate the Health and Safety matters to ensure all persons working during the pre construction phase cooperate with the Client the Principal Designer PD and each other in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 11 5 The Principal Designer PD with the Client in provision and preparation of the Pre Construction Information PCI in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 11 6 a b and Reg 4 4 The Principal Designer PCI with liaising with the Principal Contractor and coordinating all safety matters and assisting the Principal Contractor in preparing and periodically reviewing the Construction Phase Plan in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg 11 7 Reg 12 3 a b and Reg 12 4 During the Pre Construction stage assist the Principal Designer PD in preparing the Health and Safety File appropriate to the characteristics of the project and is periodically reviewed and updated in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg12 5 6 WHAT WE CAN OFFER Absolute Health and Safety Solutions Ltd services to assist the Client and Designer Principal Designer PD during the Pre Construction Phase Act as the Health and Safety Competent Person for the Client for the duration of the project Attend Design meetings with the Client Designers and Principal Designer PD to review Health and Safety Principal of Prevention aspects of Project Design Assist with formulation of the Design Risk Assessment to comply with the Principals of Prevention Assist in preparing the Pre construction information PCI including Health and Safety aspects of the project Confirm the Welfare Arrangements required for the project Clients must ensure these are maintained throughout the project in accordance with CDM 2015 Reg4 3 Review surveys required for compliance Assist in raising and reviewing the F10 Assist with formal letter appointments and

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  • Client and Principal Designer (PD) Assistance Service
    Principal Designer PD Assistance Service in the following locations Click on County for more details Berkshire including Bracknell Slough Windsor Sandhurst Maidenhead Thatcham Wokingham Buckinghamshire including Beaconsfield Aylesbury High Wycombe Milton Keynes Newport Pagnell Marlow Buckingham Cambridgeshire including Cambridge Chatteris Ely Huntingdon March Peterborough Wisbech Cornwall including Liskeard Launceston Bude Heston Looe Camborne and Newquay Devon including Dartmouth Clovelly Holsworthy Ilfracombe Bideford Lynmouth and Barnstable Dorset including Lyme Regis Dorchester Sherborne Wimborne Shaftesbury and Weymouth East Sussex including Eastbourne Hastings Hove Rye Brighton Shropshire including Telford Shrewsbury Oswestry Bridgnorth Newport Ludlow Market Drayton Hampshire including Aldershot Gosport Petersfield Ringwood Portsmouth Southampton Ringwood Eastleigh Fareham Havant Winchester Hertfordshire including Hatfield Hitchin Potters Bar Watford Welwyn Garden City Royston Stevenage Hemel Hempstead Lincolnshire including Lincoln Grantham Grimsby Spalding Skegness Gainsborough London Apologies we do not offer services within Central London and the London Boroughs Kent including Hailsham Ashford Maidstone Sevenoaks Dover and Gravesend Somerset including Bath Bridgewater Taunton Chard Frome Minehead and Yeovil West Midlands including Birmingham Coventry Wolverhampton Walsall Dudley Tividale Tipton Surrey including Camberley Guildford Farnham Staines Woking Reigate Ashford Epsom Haslemere Leatherhead West Sussex including Arundel Worthing East Grinstead Chichester Crawley Horsham Wiltshire including Chippenham Swindon Westbury Melksham Devizes Salisbury Trowbridge If you would like a quote for us to undertake the Client and Principal Designer PD Assistance Service for your project please contact us More Information The HSE provide simple guidance for Duty Holders for Commercial Clients Domestic Clients Principal Designers Principal Contractors Designers Contractors Workers Further presentations on the other duty holders can be found on the HSE CDM 2015 Construction webpages The HSE now offer millions of pounds worth of free publications A free to download web friendly version of L153 Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015 Approved Code of Practice Published 2015 is now available

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  • Risk Assessment
    HSE Campaigns Testimonials Community Business Links Contact Us Risk Assessment There are various pieces of legislation that require employers to carry out risk assessments Regulation 3 of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 is the primary Regulation that places a duty on employers to assess the risks related to hazards within the workplace Legislation Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 Service Carry out a workplace risk assessment to identify the hazards present Generation of hazard identification lists enabling a practical approach to be adopted by prioritising the assessments required Undertake detailed risk assessments related to the hazards identified Managing specialist companies to undertake risk assessments in accordance with specific statutory requirements e g Asbestos Legionella Noise Development of short and long term action plans and maintenance procedures for the implementation and maintenance of control measures Following completion of your company s risk assessments we can assist in reviewing policies and procedures to ensure that the health and safety integrity is maintained using your risk assessments as a working tool We can undertake risk assessments in the following areas Fire safety Workplace health safety and welfare Competent person construction and project work Display screen equipment DSE New or expectant mothers at work Manual handling Food safety HACCPS Event management public and commercial Young persons work placement programs Residential property management Available Free Online Information HSE Five Steps to Risk Assessment Our Solutions Retained Competent Person Service Interim Health and Safety Management Service Contractor Management Fire Safety Audit Risk Assessment Health Safety Policy Compliance Audit Fun Days Events Disability Access Audit DSE Assessments Fire Risk Assessment Client and Principal Designer PD Assistance Service AHSS News What is DSE Expected Changes to The Health and Safety First Aid Regulations 1981 as of October 2013 Have you

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  • Protect your staff & workers from asbestos risk
    for the maintenance of a building that needs to be refurbished or demolished the residual risks of asbestos containing material needs to be taken into account If there is no Health and Safety file available detailing where the original asbestos is contained then a survey is recommended There are two types of survey to choose from and either should always be carried out by licensed contractors http www hse gov uk asbestos licensing index htm It is your obligation to maintain a current Health and Safety file This will inform the future tenants and building owners of any residual risks including asbestos found but not disturbed during your ownership or occupation Was your building built prior to 2000 Are you planning on refurbishing your offices Absolute Health and Safety Solutions can help you to complete an up to date file helping you to meet your health and safety obligations Remember the new legal duty is about managing asbestos not necessarily removing it Asbestos which is in good condition and not likely to be disturbed should not be removed Removal may be unnecessary and costly and expose inhabitants of the building to a greater level of risk than leaving the asbestos undisturbed Most asbestos products should only be worked on by a licensed contractor Trained non licensed contractors can work on asbestos cement and textured coatings and on some other products for a short duration providing the right control measures and precautions are in place For example if you are removing domestic garages there is a chance that the corrugated grey roof sheets are asbestos Should they break you could be responsible for releasing the asbestos fibres into the surrounding environment Working with asbestos without adequate training and protection puts you at risk of developing mesothelioma lung cancer or asbestosis and

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  • Changes to first aid at work training
    to complete a two day refresher course before the expiration date in order to retain their certificate The new regulations make obtaining and retaining First Aid certificates easier for everyone by introducing a more flexible scheme which should fit around the busiest work schedules As of 1st October 2009 it will be possible to complete the original First Aid at Work training course within a time frame ranging from three days to 10 weeks Although annual refresher training will not be mandatory it is strongly recommended that employers provide staff with refresher courses so all employees keep their skills and knowledge up to date The guidelines for refresher courses are just three hours every year The current regulations will remain in place until 1st October 2009 Existing First Aid trained employees will not be required to immediately re train under the new scheme but will enter the new training regime when their existing certificate expires Employers will be able to use the same approved training organisations as the Health and Safety Executive HSE will give them automatic approval to run the new First Aid at Work courses The changes to First Aid at Work training are intended to give all employees the opportunity to keep their First Aid skills and knowledge current regardless of how often they have to use them The regulatory changes should give reassurance to any First Aid trained employees who have never been called up to use their skills it is hoped the ongoing training will enable them to feel confident that they have not forgotten what to do The changes to First Aid at Work training will leave your First Aid trained employees feeling well equipped to provide First Aid treatment should the need arise For more information visit the HSE website Frequently asked questions

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  • Avoid accidents this Christmas
    common domestic accidents Alcohol is unsurprisingly the biggest single cause of accidents and illness over the festive period The darker the drink the more likely the hangover generally speaking Keep hydrated by drinking water juice and herbal tea as well and try going for a walk to get some fresh air Fire is festive but can also be dangerous 8 more domestic fires occur on Christmas Day than any other day Kitchens are a prime source of accidents Keep crowds out mop up spills and keep things as tidy as possible the more implements lying around the more likelihood of an accident Turkey takes longer to cook than you might think Weigh it and plan accordingly checking that the juices run clear before you serve up Did you know Since 1996 31 Brits have died by watering their Christmas tree while the Christmas lights were plugged in In the last three years 19 Brits have died from eating Christmas decorations they thought were chocolates Last year four broken arms were reported as a result of over zealous cracker pulling activities In the last two years 543 Brits were admitted to hospital after trying to open bottles of beer with their teeth Three Brits die each year testing a 9v battery on their tongue In 1999 142 Brits were injured by not removing all the pins from new shirts 58 Brits are injured each year using sharp knives instead of screwdrivers Since 1999 101 people have had broken bits of plastic toy stuck in the soles of their feet In 2000 18 Brits sustained burns from trying on a new jumper with a lit cigarette in their mouth In 2007 five Brits were injured in accidents involving Scalextric cars In 2000 eight Brits cracked their skull whilst vomiting into the toilet

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