Services - Your Health & Safety Partner, Bring your compliance needs to Life
Millions of people already benefit from Life Environmental’s industry-leading approach to safeguarding and improving health & safety in homes, the workplace, industry and high risk environments.
We specialise in all aspects of risk management including identification or detection, monitoring, planning, remediation, project management, ongoing support and training across a wide range of industry sectors.
Employers, property owners or leasing companies who have water systems on their premises have a legal obligation to the health and safety of their employees, lessees, and the public.
Asbestos Management Surveys are used to help the duty holder manage asbestos within their properties in compliance with the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.
As an employer, you are required to comply in with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order or Fire Safety (Scotland) Regulations. It is a requirement to carry out a fire risk assessment of the workplace considering all employees, and all other people that may be affected by a fire.
Life Environmental have over 100 dedicated professionals spread across six UK locations. We have the capability, capacity and scalability to take on any size of project efficiently and effectively.
Our EHS&Q management systems are supported by a comprehensive suite of accreditations, which demonstrate our competency, and our commitment to delivering the highest level of service to our customers.
Life Environmental is a leading accredited asbestos management consultancy, offering a complete compliance solution that can be tailored to suit all of your requirements in compliance with the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 for health & safety.
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Employers, property owners or leasing companies who have water systems on their premises have a legal obligation to the health & safety of their employees, lessees, and the public. However, many organisations fall short of these requirements to minimise the risks of Legionnaires’ disease, which is a serious and potentially fatal form of pneumonia.
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In an average year the Fire Brigade attend over 36,000 workplace fires in the UK. Without proper health & safety risk assessments and management, your business is at risk of long periods of inoperability or disruption. According to the Economic Cost of Fire Report (2005) each fire in industrial premises costs an average of £60,100. Most small businesses that have endured a fire never recover.
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