KTC’S SAFETY STATEMENTS SERVICE TO YOUR BUSINESS
What is a Safety Statement?
A Safety Statement is a company’s documented programme for ensuring the safety, health and welfare of employees while at work also the safety and health of other people who might be at the workplace, including customers, visitors and members of the public.
Safety Statements are required by law for all organisations and self employed under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 (section 20).
The HSA has the right to publish names and addresses of those subjected to a prohibition notice with High Court Order or a penalty following a court conviction.
You are likely to be asked for a copy of your Safety Statement by your Insurance Company (not all will ask for a Safety Statement when taking out a policy but will request it if a claim is made) also Clients, Landlords, Safety Reps, HSA Inspectors and others.
Through consultation at the workplace, KTC offers this service to produce a rigorous company specific Safety Statement that includes policies specific to that organisation/self employed person.
Fulfilling Your Legal ObligationEvery business is required under Irish Law to hold a company specific Safety Statement. This documents the safe working practices and policies of a business.
At KTC, we can fulfil your legal obligations to possess a Safety Statement.
We carry out full risk assessments on workplaces using a numerical (quantitative) methodology and compile your comprehensive Safety Statement bases on this information.
Every Safety Statement that we compile is unique as it is specific to a particular business as is required by law.
Value for Your Investment
For this service, we operate a sliding scale of charges and we would need further detail/information on the size and activities of your business to quote an exact price.
The cost includes;
- An initial consultation session including risk assessments with a safety consultant.
- Preparation of a fully legally compliant Safety Statement.
- Delivery with further advice and consultation.
Safety Statement Updates
The enactment of the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 resulted in the requirement that all previous Safety Statements be amended or updated in accordance with this new piece of legislation. If we have compiled your Safety Statement, we will have all your information stored electronically at our offices, therefore an update is only a phone call away.
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