Our consultant expertise in the marine industry includes providing health and safety consultancy services. Reviewing, assessing and proposing actions to improve our clients’ safety management systems on board vessels, offshore platforms and onshore facilities, ensuring compliance with appropriate international statutory and regulatory requirements.
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Our consultants have significant experience of working with clients across the UK, Europe and Asia, providing;
Our consultants can undertake audits of your sites and identify your strengths and weaknesses, and where you are most at risk, and then work with you to set goals and develop policies and procedures to address the risks and improve performance. We can also assist you in the implementation of new procedures through the distribution of instructions and communications, training of staff and monitoring performance.
To ensure your team, vessel or site visitors, and other contractors are protected from potential risks and get it right the first time, procuring an external Health and Safety Consultant can save you both time, money, and protect you and your team from the risks of poor health and safety practices.
By building the correct health and safe systems of work, ensuring your documentation is correct, and implementing effective control measures, accidents, as well as helping you to implement a positive health and safety culture within your organisation, unnecessary risks can be avoided.
Working from our offices across the globe, our consultants provide a range of health and safety risk management and consultancy services to reduce risk and improve safety performance throughout your business.
Our risk exposure assessment process includes a gap analysis and full review of safety documentation to identify where you are at risk and the proposing solutions based on our expertise to mitigate risk and implement strategic planning procedures to maintain compliance levels.Download a printable PDF of this page