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Retained Consultancy

We can offer a Retained Consultancy Service where clients can consult with us over a longer period of time, or on an ad-hoc basis. This allows project planning and implementation. This approach becomes cost effective where the size or nature of your organisation does not justify employing a full-time Health and Safety professional. Advice and […]

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DSE/Ergonomic Assessment’s

ComplyPro offers an ergonomics service that prioritizes the safety and health of your employees by designing workstations that are ergonomically sound. Our experts work with you to identify potential ergonomic risks and develop customized solutions that reduce those risks, such as designing ergonomic workstations, providing employee training, and implementing ergonomic policies and procedures. By prioritizing ergonomics in the workplace, you can […]

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Safety Statement’s

According to Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005, safety statements must be regularly reviewed and revised, and changes must be brought to the attention of all employees.Safety Statements are a legal requirement for any company which employs 5 or more members of staff but is best practice where staffing is under this figure. […]

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Face Fit Testing

Employers have a duty to provide face fit testing for their employees where there is an inhalation risk. Face fit testing is a method for checking that a tight-fitting facepiece matches the person’s facial features and seals adequately to the wearer’s face. These tests can be for industry or healthcare environments. A face fit test […]

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Fire Risk Assessment’s

The Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 and the Fire Safety Act`s, covers most workplaces today. This legislation stipulates that all employers must carry out a full Fire Risk Assessment, thoroughly examining the potential risk and spread of fire in a commercial property. However, Fire Risk Assessments can be an extremely complex and confusing process […]

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Risk Assessment’s

The Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005,  require all organisations with 5 or more staff to carry out written health and safety risk assessments of all of their significant hazards. The Health and Safety Authority`s  guidance “5 Steps to Risk Assessment” details a 5 step approach to workplace risk assessments: We will complete this on […]

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