Health & Safety

Every organisation has legal responsibilities to ensure the health and safety of both its employees and others who may be affected by its activities. Of course, providing the best protection for employees is not only a moral and legal duty, but also a commercial imperative. Although the direct costs of accidents are visible, the indirect costs – such as lower productivity due to poor morale and management time tied up in accident investigation – are often hidden and can be enormous.

We provide a wide range of health and safety services to help employers to reduce their risk, improve safety and well-being for employees, to ensure that your organisation is legally compliant. These include:

  • Health & Safety Policies and Procedures
  • Health & Safety Audits & Inspections
  • Consultancy Services/Competent Persons Service
  • Web-based Health and Safety Management Systems
  • Accident Investigations
  • General Risk Assessments including Manual handling risk assessments and COSHH Assessments
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Target 100 – Online Health and Safety Management 

Aston Lark Risk Management is able to supply clients with Target 100, a unique web based Health and Safety management system which is suitable for any company regardless of size, structure or location. We are also able to provide training and ongoing support to our clients.

Features on the system include:

  • Safety policy & employee handbook
  • Accident recording and reporting
  • Training records/Matrix
  • Information Library
  • Performance reporting
  • Safe working procedures
  • Risk assessments
  • Audits and checklists
  • Task management
  • Action Planning
  • Toolbox talks
  • Asset management

 

Health & Safety Audits

Every organisation has legal responsibilities to ensure the health and safety of both its employees and others who may be affected by its activities. Providing the best protection for employees is not only a moral and legal duty, but also commercially sensible.

The costs of accidents can be more damaging than is immediately obvious. The direct costs are clear, but the indirect costs – loss of productivity, reduced morale – can be severe.