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Welcome to Health & safety and food safety

No organisation can afford to take chances with health and safety, but separating fact from fiction when it comes to the proper precautions is not an easy task.

Our health and safety team cuts through the myths and misunderstandings to deliver clear and unambiguous advice in a language everyone can understand.

We understand and appreciate the challenges and specialist regulation faced by a variety of our clients including those in the healthcare, engineering, manufacturing, retail, construction and chemical sectors.

We make sure your organisation stays commercially competitive without ever compromising on safety or well-being.

By sharing best practice, we can provide you with appropriate and tailored solutions for your area of expertise.

And if the worst happens, we will be there at your side throughout, deploying our years of experience to help you deal with any investigations or prosecutions which may arise from regulatory bodies including the Health & Safety Executive, local authorities and the police / Crown Prosecution Service.

Our services include:

  • Bespoke training
  • Compliance issues
  • Corporate manslaughter / gross negligence manslaughter investigations
  • Crisis management
  • Defending regulatory prosecutions
  • Environmental health and food safety issues
  • Evaluating forthcoming legislation
  • Fatal and serious injury accidents

To put your business in safe hands, please get in touch.

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