Health and Safety Audits for schools and small businesses

The Health and Safety Executive suggest that organisations should have formal procedures for auditing and reporting health and safety performance. Furthermore that business leaders should ensure that any audit is perceived as a positive management and boardroom tool. It should have unrestricted access to both external and internal auditors, keeping their cost-effectiveness, independence and objectivity under review.

Arrampica may use various codes and guidance (many of them sector-specific) to help us produce a useful report on health and safety performance and risk management as part of a clients evidence of good governance.

A reviews content is individualised to each client needs, an example is as follows:

Step 1.  We talk about the review content required.

Step 2.  We perform any pre-visit actions such as reading documentation, understanding a client’s facility aims etc.

Step 3.  We arrive on-site a perform the pre-agreed content such as: adding an extra pair of expert eyes reviewing risk assessments and control measures, staff training, operating Procedures, Emergency Action Plans and compliance with COVID-19 Government Guidance wherever practicable, and control measures and procedure options to deal with the challenges of areas of potential non-compliance.

The report will be written up with specific comments and recommendations offered, the report will be in our RED, AMBER and GREEN format, this means that the customer can easily see what we regard as VITAL, RECOMMENDED and FOR CONSIDERATION.

If you would like to find out more and discuss the specifics of your facility, please contact us at or call us on 08450 947 923 to find out more about latest availability and schedules.

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