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At Clockwork we take all Health and Safety regulations seriously, with all employees having extensive training not just for general workplace safety, but also focussing on their  respective roles and responsibilities. We set out to keep the workplace, its structures, equipment, machinery, and facilities in good state of repair, operating efficiently and safely.

Clockwork can schedule regular routine maintenance in order to limit any unexpected issues. However, this type of preventative maintenance is not always viable and therefore, Clockwork can also provide corrective, and reactive solutions when unforeseen issues arise.

Health and Safety in the Workplace

Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (HASAWA) and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations are the primary legislation for Health and Safety.

These legislative Acts ensure Clockwork take responsibility for a safe working environment and ensure sound and safe operation of work equipment. The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations requires us to complete a suitable risk assessment prior to works being carried out. The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 ensures the workplace and equipment is in a satisfactory working order and in good repair. 

For larger works, Clockwork adheres to the Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015), whereby certain regulations are followed for all types and size of construction projects. Clockwork will plan, manage and monitor all work carried out by themselves and their workers, taking into account the risks to anyone who might be affected by it (including members of the public) and the measures needed to protect them

Our Health and Safety Consultants are;

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If you’d like to discuss our service options and packages or need advice regarding maintenance issues, please give us a call on 02920 602444 or:

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