Health & Safety law requires employers to protect the health, safety and welfare of their employees as well as considering others who may be affected by their work, such as clients, contractors and visitors.

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How can the S2 Partnership help?

The S2 Partnership provides a range of Health & Safety services and products, managing the health & safety requirements of all types of organisations in the UK and abroad.  Health & safety risk management need not be a difficult or time-consuming exercise, particularly if you are in a low-risk environment – so we always begin by finding out what help or advice you need, guiding you through the process to deliver a safe working environment.

The S2 Partnership provides effective health & safety management systems, risk assessments, auditing, training and competent support.  We provide practical and commercially-aware advice to ensure risk is identified and managed proactively.

What are the benefits of Health & Safety Management?

A safe working operation ensures fewer accidents, reduced insurance premiums, a better-motivated workforce and peace of mind.

Why S2?

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

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General Health & Safety Risk Assessment
A risk assessment is an examination of what could cause harm to people within a workplace, so that a practical review can be made of any existing precautions to see if they are adequate or if more needs to be done to prevent harm. It is a legal requirement to undertake risk assessments. The law does not require you to eliminate all risks but to ensure that people are protected so far as is 'reasonably practicable'. read more
Health & Safety Policy and Procedures
Good Health and Safety Policy and Procedures helps with identifying risks to your staff and others who work or come into contact with your business including contractors, visitors and members of the public. It is a legal requirement to have a health and safety policy in place, to identify reasonably foreseeable risks and to reduce those risks so far as is reasonably practicable. read more
Health & Safety Management Audit/Gap Analysis
A health and safety management audit is a detailed plan of where you are now and where you need to be in terms of a successful health and safety management system in your workplace, which will help you comply with legislation and provide a positive health and safety culture for your organisation and meet your health and safety objectives. read more
Health & Safety Consultancy
Health & safety consultancy provides you with expert, professional advice on all aspects of health and safety, giving you an objective view of your organisation’s requirements so that you can ensure you comply with health and safety law and in order to achieve a positive health & safety culture. read more
Insurance/Risk Management Audit
An insurance/risk management audit provides specific risk management advice to help reduce and maintain lower insurance claims on real estate portfolio(s). read more
Vacant Unit Risk Assessment
If you have an empty unit or site premises, then you will need to ensure that it is inspected to guarantee it is being maintained in a safe condition, so as not to cause injury to members of the public, contractors and prospective tenants. In many cases, void unit safety inspections may be required by property insurers. read more
Competent Person Support
The S2 Partnership offers a flexible service to clients who need support to their existing competent health & safety person role, or indeed who need somebody to perform the role. read more
Site Safety Checks
It is essential that regular checks are undertaken so that any new or uncontrolled risks can be quickly identified and appropriate measures put in place to either eliminate or reduce such risks to an acceptable level. The best way to achieve this is to implement a planned regime of site safety inspections, with the findings of those inspections - and any remedial action taken - to be recorded as proof that you have exercised satisfactory due diligence. read more
High Access/Façade Access Audit
A high access/façade access audit is a detailed examination of work at height practices on-site. It may include one or several of the following activities: working on roofs, building façade access, use of fixed/portable ladders, or use of scaffolding/mobile elevated work platforms. read more
Slip Assessment
A Slip Assessment is undertaken to determine the slipperiness of a surface by measuring the roughness of flooring materials. Slips and trips consistently account for around 1 in 3 non-fatal major injuries, and for over 1 in 5 over-3-day injuries in workplace areas throughout Great Britain. read more
Light Level Assessment
Poor lighting conditions or glare can cause eye strain and headaches and also increase the risk of persons sustaining injury from colliding with objects or from slips, trips or falls. It is therefore a requirement of the Workplace (Health Safety & Welfare) Regulations 1992 (Regulation 8) that every workplace shall be provided with suitable and sufficient lighting. read more
Noise Assessment
Excessive noise levels increase the risk of persons suffering from short-term symptoms such as headaches, stress or temporary loss of hearing. The Noise at Work Regulations 2005, therefore, requires employers to assess the risks and to implement suitable and sufficient controls to protect persons whilst at work from any such risk. read more
Glazing Survey
The glazing survey will be carried out with specialist laser equipment that will enable our experienced consultant to assess compliance with Regulation 14 of the Workplace Regulations 1992, as it relates to the safety of glass in windows and doors. read more
Food Hygiene Assessment/Audit
A food hygiene and food safety risk assessment/audit provides a proactive examination of the existing site food hygiene arrangements and procedures to determine if they are adequate and compliant with current standards and best practice. read more
COSHH Assessment
Hazardous substances present an imminent risk to users, be it from direct skin contact, ingestion or inhalation resulting from accidental or inadvertent contact, or from inappropriate use. Legislation, most notably the Control of Hazardous substances Regulations 2002 (COSHH) and the Chemicals (Hazardous Information and Packaging) Regulations (CHIP) therefore dictates that hazardous substances must be appropriately labelled to easily identify any specific risks and that the risks associated with such hazardous substances be assessed. read more
Traffic Management Audit
Vehicular traffic poses inherent risks to both motorists and pedestrians, particularly where both circulate in close proximity. read more