Consultancy and Auditing
POB Safety offers a range of consultancy services tailored to support and improve your workplace health and safety performance. We understand that every company and organisation is unique. We spend time getting to know your business so that the outcomes we deliver directly assist you to meet your strategy workplace safety goals.
Workplace Safety consultancy Services
Workplace site safety Management
Review and development of OHS policy and procedures
Auditing of safety management systems
Specialist risk assessment
Ergonomic assessments and workplace design
Fire Consultancy Services
Fire Management System Auditing
Asbestos Consultancy Services
Asbestos Audits and reporting
Asbestos Sampling and reporting
Asbestos Awareness Training
Security Consultancy Services
Security Auditing and reporting
Security Awareness Training, employers and employees
Noise Consultancy services
To carry out a Noise at Work Assessment of current noise levels within your premises or your facility based on current legislation, – SI No. 299/2007 – Safety Health & Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations, Part 5 “Physical Agents”
Operator Positions along Production Line Machinery
(Fixed position measurement) – LAeq measurement sample.
General Spatial Average throughout Production Facility.
(Measurement in the general vicinity) – LAeq measurement sample.
Produce short form report of measurements results only.
Environmental Consultancy Services
Legionella testing and reporting
Legionella Risk Assessment
Environmental audits and reporting
Our overall experience allows for flexible methods of service to meet the varied needs of our customers, regardless of industry or location. Our consultants work very closely with employers across the private and public sectors to complement internal workplace health and safety expertise.
Safety Statement Design & Review
A Safety Statement is a company’s documented programme for ensuring the safety, health and welfare of employees while at work.
Section 20 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 provides that every employer must have a written safety statement based on the hazards identified and the risk assessment under Section 19 and setting out how the safety, health and welfare of employees will be secured and managed. Using the information gathered in the risk assessment, we will assist you in developing your policies and compiling your safety statement.
The Safety Statement will include:
The hazards identified and the risks assessed.
The protective and preventive measures taken.
The resources allocated to safety, health and welfare.
The plans and procedures for dealing with emergencies in compliance with sections 8 and 11.
The duties of employees as regards safety, health and welfare at work.
The names and job titles of persons assigned to perform tasks pursuant to the safety statement.
The HSA has the right to publish names and addresses of those subjected to a prohibition notice with High Court Order or a penalty following a court conviction.