Site Survey & Report
Legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 and the Work at Height Regulations 2005 require employers and the self-employed to guarantee the safety of those not in their employment and to ensure that all work at height is planned for and carried out in complete safety.
In order to help you comply with this legislation and to establish the best solution for your requirements, Safesite’s qualified surveyors are able to carry out professional site surveys to help determine the way forward.
Free Site Surveys
Our free site surveys are ideal for buildings with only a small roof area. We will provide you with a single page report, outlining our recommendations together with photographs, drawings & a full costing for the suggested solution.
These surveys are ideal for those with large or multiple sites and can help you to establish required work and prepare budgets. Following the survey(s) we will provide you with a comprehensive report including legislation, description of the areas surveyed, digital photographs, layout drawings, risk assessment of each area surveyed and detailed cost analysis. A summary report will also be produced, prioritising the suggested work for reference. This report format can also save a vast amount of time in preparing a case for approval from the finance department.
School fined for stepladder fall
A school has been fined for breaching work at height regulations after a teacher fell from a stepladder
Roofing companies fined for roof sklylight fall
Roofing company failed to properly plan and supervise work at height which lead to a worker suffering life changing injuries after falling through a skylight