About

What will Acton offer

  • Accident Reporting
  • COSHH
    (Control Of Substance Hazardous to Health)
  • Display Screen Assessments
  • Electricity at Work
  • Fire Safety Procedures
  • Fire Safety Risk Assessments
  • Health & Safety Policies
  • Health & Safety Rules
  • Manual Handling
  • Method Statements
  • PPE (personal protective equipment)
  • PUWER (Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations)
  • RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries Diseases and Dangers Occurrences)
  • Risk Assessments
  • Safe Working Practices
  • Fire Marshal Training
  • Permits To Work
  • Fork Lift Procedures
  • 24 hour help line
  • Security Advise To Reduce Arson
  • Prohibition/Improvement etc. Notices Development and Correction

Who are we

Acton Health & Safety is an assessment based company with a difference to all the rest.

Instead of doing a one off health and safety and/or fire safety assessment and then abandoning the company, we at Acton will work with your organisation to help build the safety of the company, helping to improve what is found to be at fault whilst developing an ongoing strategy to suit your business needs.

What we do

Acton will visit your company premises and undertake a detailed inspection, identifying potential hazards, appropriate control measures and advising on any immediate areas of high Health & Safety and Fire Safety risk. Areas such as Accident Reporting, Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH), Fire Precautions, Method Statements, Risk Assessments etc. will be considered.

A tailored and comprehensive Health & Safety report identifying and construction of policy system will be compiled specifically for the company's needs.

A program can be arranged and drafted up containing advice, documents and procedures to help your company’s Health and Safety and Fire Safety documentation, development and procedures. We have a number of packages to offer depending on the size of the company and its needs.

Penalties for Health and Safety offences

For offences committed on and after the 12th March 2015, the maximum penalty in the magistrates’ court is an unlimited fine or imprisonment for a term not exceeding 6 months or both. In the Crown Court, the maximum penalty is an unlimited fine or imprisonment not exceeding two years or both.