An organisation’s workforce is arguably its most valued asset – looking after people in the workplace can deliver improved productivity and reduced absenteeism, bringing huge cost savings to businesses.  Businesses committed to delivering a safe and healthy workplace thrive, others risk falling foul of the law.  It is essential that employers do all they can to manage risks and protect their employees.


How can the S2 Partnership help?

S2’s focus is on helping clients provide a healthy workplace; safeguarding the health and well being of employees whilst also reducing business risks and costs.

A key part of the modern working environment is the computer workstation – surveys have found that this type of equipment, and Display Screen Equipment (DSE) in particular, can be associated with neck, shoulder, back or arm pain, fatigue and eyestrain.  To minimise the risk of DSE-related ailments, S2 provide DSE assessments and reports, and training to help minimise these issues.

Manual handling is one of the most common causes of injury at work, with injuries occurring almost anywhere in the workplace and some environments at increased risk due to heavy manual labour or specific work-related tasks. The S2 Partnership works with clients to assess workplace-specific and task-specific risks, and provides training to reduce the risks.

S2 also provides disability access consultancy and access audits to ensure clients undertake the legal requirements of the Equality Act 2010 in ensuring disabled staff are supported in the workplace.

The S2 Partnership provides bespoke, practical advice and training to clients across a range of sectors, to ensure specific risks are identified, managed and reduced.

What are the benefits of Occupational Safety Management?

Focusing on occupational safety delivers organisations a range of benefits:

  • Reduced risk of accident or injury
  • Reduced absenteeism
  • Improved productivity
  • Improved morale
  • Reduced business costs
  • Peace of mind that the workplace is safe and employees, contractors and clients are protected

Why S2?

  • Experience.
  • Innovation.
  • Range of Services.
  • Risk Management Knowledge.
  • Quality of Service.
  • Working in Partnership.
  • European Coverage.
  • RiskWise.

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Work Activity Assessment/Task-Specific Assessment
Occupational SafetyOne of our trained and experienced health & safety consultants will visit site to assess the work undertaken by the member of staff. We shall look at the risks posed to the member of staff by their work activities, as well as controls that need to be in place to protect them and those who could be affected by their work. read more
Working at Height Risk Assessment
Rope AccessWork at height covers a multitude of issues, such as working on roofs, building facade access, the use of fixed/portable ladders, or the use of scaffolding/mobile elevated work platforms. read more
DSE Assessment & Detailed Report
Occupational SafetyThe Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations 1992 require employers to undertake a number of actions to reduce the health impacts of DSE. read more
Equality/Disability Access Audit
DDAAn Equality/Disability Access Audit ensures that your premises are compliant with the Equalities Act 2010. read more
Equality/Disability Access Consultancy
DDAWork will be carried out by our experienced and qualified Registered Access Consultant, who specialises in this field. read more
Manual Handling Assessment
Manual HandlingMany employees are required to undertake manual handling operations and activities as part of their appointed duties, ranging from very simple tasks to the lifting of heavy or irregularly shaped objects. Legislation, most notably the Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992, therefore requires employers to fully assess the risks posed to employees and, where reasonably practicable to do so, eliminate those risks entirely, or at the very least, to as low a level as possible. read more