In-Line Safety’s consultants are experienced in advising clients on all manner of health and safety, from ensuring compliance with all legal requirements and approved codes of practice to providing guidance on best practice and modern solutions to old issues.
In-Line Safety has a strong track record of working closely with the property departments, providing cost effective, impartial advice and assessments.
Our Fire Compartmentation Surveys are designed to give you a full assessment of your fire compartmentation requirements for buildings that come under Article 17 of the Regulatory Reform (fire Safety) Order 2005.
Our consultancy service addresses what is required under the Health and Safety at Work Act, the Work at Height Regulations, the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations and all other current health and safety legislation.
In line Safety’s construction team have a renowned and expert understanding of these new regulations, and we are able to professionally guide you through this potential legal minefield.
We provide this friendly but highly professional service on terms that suit our clients, from individual bespoke assignments to permanent 24 hours/seven days a week support contracts.
In-Line Safety’s qualified trainers also assist employers in the industrial, commercial and public sectors by providing training programmes in a wide variety of safety issues including;
Our qualified team of test engineers are able to ensure your rooftop safety systems are kept in test and compliant with current regulations.
In-Line Safety deliver detailed, user-friendly reports for Asbestos Management Survey (type 2 survey) and Pre-refurbishment and demolition survey (type 3 survey).
In-Line Safety is well versed in compiling and writing up your assessments for the COSH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health). These may be required for your CPHSP (Construction Phase Health and Safety Plan), or indeed for any other individual workplace task that might involve such substances.
Under current regulations if you are an employer of more than five people you are legally obliged to have a health and safety policy in place.
In Line Safety is able to either write your bespoke health and safety policy from scratch, or review your existing policy and pass comment regarding whether it can be deemed as fit for purpose.