As award-winning providers of risk management services, our team of NEBOSH qualified CDM consultants can conduct independent and impartial site safety audits on your construction site and offer trusted advice helping you to mitigate the risks to health, safety, and welfare during your construction project.
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Risk Assessments are part of the risk management process and are included in the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations. A Risk Assessment is a process of identifying what hazards currently exist or may appear in the workplace. Utilise our Risk Assessment PDF example and template to help conduct your own Risk Assessment.
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A Site Safety Audit is an on-site inspection of how your health and safety measures are being implemented by workers on site. Ensuring your health and safety rules and procedures are being followed correctly by on-site workers is essential to ensuring you are compliant with the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM) 2015. Conducting Site Safety Audits and inspections is a proactive approach to ensure your Safety Management System is effective and complies with current Health and Safety regulations.
Conducting regular Site Safety Audits will help you to mitigate potential risk to health, safety, and welfare of workers on site.
Having external auditors come to your site to conduct the inspection means that bias is removed from your audit and non-compliances can be accurately recorded, protecting you from the risk of unnecessary injuries and near misses. Using external Site Safety Audit inspectors also reassures employees that they work in an environment where safety is proactively managed and that you as the duty holder take their health, safety, and welfare seriously.
A Site Safety Audit provided by our CDM consultants include;
Upon receiving your Site Safety Audit inspection report, our consultants can offer you recommendations and an improvement action plan to ensure your Safety Management System is implemented effectively.
Under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM) 2015, virtually everyone involved in a construction project has legal duties to uphold making them a duty holder. As a duty holder, it is required that you make suitable arrangements for managing health, safety, and welfare during your project.
Our Site Safety Audit and inspection services are part of our CDM services which combine a consistent structured approach to proactive health, safety, and welfare management. Our trusted consultants can help you achieve your project goals safely in accordance with the capability requirements of the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015.Download a printable PDF of this page