SFE offers a range of safety services based on a pragmatic approach people safety. Safety is about assisting businesses with their activity without unnecessary hindrance.
SFE is opposed to the H&S Jobsworth approach to safety management. However, safety is not a paperwork exercise and SFE seeks to work with managers to change culture through information, training and examples.
SFE can design, develop, implement, and monitor an organisations Safety Management System. The aim of SFE consultants undertaking this work is to train, mentor and hand over H&S responsibilities to an organisation's managers and supervisors.
SFE offer a range of H&S training and can provide competitive quotations. Training is delivered in-house or at an external venue and can be tailored bespoke to the client, to include their own policy and procedures.
Safety event investigations, both personal injury accidents and near misses are an essential part of a safety management system. SFE offers both an investigation and safety event training service.
Risk assessments are requirements under a range of H&S legislation. SFE offers a risk assessment service including assessments on machinery and most work activities.
We offer a range of safety policies; ranging from Health & safety Policy Statements, COSHH, risk assessment, safety event investigation and others applicable to your organisation.
SFE can provide health & safety consultants in a variety of ways. These include an as and when day rate basis, contracted as ‘competent H&S advice’, on a weekly or monthly day rate basis.
SFE is able to offer policy development, advice and training in key SMS areas.
Fully comprehensive, sample or focused H&S Audits can be provided by SFE. SFE consultants are experienced QSA auditors.
Mini health and safety audits that provide your organisation with a compliance report and are delivered with an action plan for improvement.
The Regulatory (Fire Safety) Order 2005 places duties on organisations to have in place a Fire Risk Assessment and to work towards making the workplace safe for people in the case of a fire.
SFE can act as the competent person for organisations to produce their fire risk assessment and provide an action plan for improved safety in the case of a fire. The Fire risk assessment is the starting point for a safer working environment for staff and visitors.
SFE can offer fire warden, fire awareness and fire extinguisher training on site. Additionally, hot works, hot works fire watch and welding safety training can be provided to suit the needs of your organisation.
Compliance with the requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment (FRA) to be produced by a suitably competent person. SFE offers Nationally accredited fire risk assessors to carry out such assessments.
Advice on means of escape in case of fire can be provided by SFE consultants at new building planning, building development as well as occupation stages.
SFE offers Nationally accredited fire risk assessors to carry out fire risk assessments (FRA) that are presented and written in a way that the client can easily and simply use and understand.
SFE can provide templates and advice on Fire Policy and written fire safety arrangements that ensure that employees and others will be kept safe from fire.
SFE can offer a post fire investigation service including forensic analysis services
Protecting the global and local environment is not only required through legislation but is an expectation of society. SFE has experience of introducing ISO 14001 and specialises in provision of plans to protect the environment should a fire or spillage occur (emergency response plans).
Additionally Environmental Risk Assessments for COMAH sites can be produced. David Hanlon is the author of the fire service manual Environmental Protection and although now retired from the fire service is keen to share his wealth of knowledge with the industry
SFE consultants can offer advice and guidance on the introduction of Environmental Management Systems. Working with accredited partners, SFE aims not only to improve environmental performance but also save organisations money.
From Environmental awareness to responding to spills, SFE can offer a range of training options to clients. SFE environmental trainers have a background in the fire service and can offer training based on operational experience rather than just theoretical.
As part of an environmental managements system, organisations should have a pollution response and prevent capability. SFE offers advice and training to ensure that clients do not pollute the environment should a spill occur.
SFE can offer complaint CDOIF environment risk assessments required by the Environment Agency for lower tier COMAH sites
SFE offers a wide range of training to its clients. Training can be provided in any of the three core areas of SFEs business as well as emergency incident response.
David is a qualified and experienced trainer who delivered training to senior fire officers at the UKs National Fire Service College in Morton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire. During his three year secondment he was Section Head and Course designer and Director of the highly successful Hazardous Materials and Environmental Protection Course. This five week residential course provided the necessary skills and understanding to UK and international senior fire officers to allow then to command and manage the full range of hazardous materials incidents that might also threaten the environment.
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