Commit to compliance in Q4

Make the last three months of 2021 your safest ever. Come back stronger after COVID-19, re-activate your accident prevention programme or get a head start on next year’s compliance goals. There’s still time to tackle your H&S targets.

TAILORED H&S SOLUTIONS

Health and safety policy and risk assessments, built around key safety hazards within your industry.

SAFETY CLOUD SOFTWARE

Our 24/7 health and safety tool that sorts compliance management from start to finish.

EXPERTS IN YOUR INDUSTRY

A blend of ex-enforcement officers and industry specialists with niche knowledge of key H&S risks.

COVID-19 ADVICE

Ensuring you stay productive, protected and compliant even in the face of changing regulations.

Practical guidance

Rewarding 98% of clients choosing to partner with us time and again, creating success stories worth sharing.

ALWAYS BY YOUR SIDE

Assistance with accident investigations, including reporting under RIDDOR.

you have one quarter left in 2021: make it count

For employers, it’s the final stretch of a hugely stressful year. So while it’s tempting to cruise quietly into 2022, smart businesses must make the most of the last few months – particularly when it comes to compliance. 

Our H&S experts will get you over the line and safely into the New Year. Talk to us about your compliance pain points, plans and targets, and we’ll offer free guidance, support and strategic insights for Q4 and beyond. There’s no pressure or sales pitch – just tailored advice for the road ahead.

CUSTOMISED COMPLIANCE SUPPORT

Stay compliant and understand your responsibilities under work health and safety law with proactive guidance and hands-on solutions from Southalls’ sector experts. Our services cover essential employer H&S requirements – such as fire risk assessments and RIDDOR support – as well as industry-specific compliance concerns including workplace noise, food hygiene and COSHH.

SOLVE YOUR WASTE MANAGEMENT SAFETY ISSUES WITH OUR E-GUIDE

THE DEADLIEST UK INDUSTRY: HEALTH AND SAFETY IN WASTE MANAGEMENT AND RECYCLING

It is crucial that employers in the industry ensure operational health and safety is taken seriously within their Waste and Recycling businesses. When injuries, ill-health, accidents and fatalities such as these happen, it is the employer themselves who is at significant risk of being prosecuted.

In this guide, we will be taking you through the importance of operational safety, the main hazards in the Waste and Recycling industry, how to report accidents legally, and how to manage health and safety across multiple sites.

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