Business Risk Management Systems for Companies in the UK

Managing risk is a vital management and company activity.
At Global HSS our services have been designed to reduce your company's risk exposure across a range of EU/UK legislation and best practice requirements
Why not take advantage of our full compliance service including documentation, training, site visits and inspections, competent person and general advice?



An employer is required by various legislation, in particular, The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 (MHSWR) to appoint one or more competent person(s), either from the company or a consultant, to help them implement the measures required to comply with the UK and EU statutory frame work.

Why Global HSS?
* Health and Safety Advice - * Qualified/certified advisors - * We can act on your behalf

The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015) creates legal ‘Duty Holders’ under the regulations. These ‘dutyholders’ are defined as follows:
CLIENT – Anyone who has construction work carried out for them.
DESIGNER – those, who as part of a business, prepare or modify designs for a building, product or system relating to construction work.
PRINCIPLE DESIGNER – appointed by the client in projects involving more than one contractor. They can be an organisation or an individual with sufficient knowledge, experience and ability to carry out the role.
PRINCIPLE CONTRACTOR – appointed by the client to coordinate the construction phase of a project where it involves more than one contractor
CONTRACTOR – those who do the actual construction work and can be either an individual or company.
WORKER – are the people who work for or under the control of contractors on a construction site.

Why Global HSS?
* Support Duty Holders - * Preconstruction Information - * Advice/support on legal duties - * Construction Phase Plans - * Conduct site visits - * Check suitability of contractors - * Conduct training if required

To be compliant to UK Legislative and Best Practice requirements it is good practice to conduct an Initial Compliance Audit (‘gap analysis’) to identify what is needed and understand the company’s business. Based on this audit SHEF policies and procedures can be produced to cover the risk profile of the company. It is also important to conduct Risk Assessments and write Method Statements as required by legislation and identify any training needs.

Every Year people are killed or injured at work therefore Accident Investigation forms part of the procedures within the Safety Health environmental and Fire (SHEF) policy

Why Global HSS?
* Complete Compliance Audits - * Conduct Risk Assessments - * Training Identified - *Write Method Statements - * Accident Investigation Service

Achieving accreditation and implementing a nationally recognised risk management system can give your company competitive advantage in compliance with a Safety Scheme in Procurement (SSIP) supplier which includes, CHAS, SafeContractor, Exor and others.

By doing so a company can reduce time when completing tender applications, approve supplier status with clients and be in the knowledge that they have an effective management system.

Why Global HSS?
* Assisting clients achieve SSIP Accreditation

You must provide, under The Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974, whatever information, instruction, training and supervision as is necessary to ensure the health and safety at work of your employees enabling you to improve the safety, health and well-being of your workers.

By educating workers on the basics of health and safety you can help reduce workplace accidents and injuries which will also save the company money in the long term.

Why Global HSS?
* Fully qualified instructors - *We come to your premises/workplace - * Courses in Spanish & German