Help & Support

The Safety People understand that, as a small company, you can’t afford a full-time Health and Safety Manager.

In reality, what you really need is somebody who:
• doesn’t cost you a lot of money
• holds a high level H&S qualification
• keeps themselves up-to-date
• understands you and your company
• gives you just the advice you need – just when you need it.

Lucky for you, that’s exactly what they do for lots of small construction companies and trades in your local area!

When you join The Safety People’s Adviceline Service you can tick health and safety off your list of things to do.


Policy, Procedure & Risk Assessment

Any company with five or more employees (including the owner/s) must by law, have a written safety policy. Similarly, details of all risk assessments must be fully documented. The Safety People are more than equal to the task.



All employees should receive Health and Safety training relevant to their job. From induction through to refresher training, they will tailor the content to the needs of your staff. All training is certificated with a recommended refresher date.

They will also help you to design a suitable matrix, which will cover the training needs of all levels of staff.


Construction Services

Large construction companies have greatly improved their Health & Safety provision in recent years. They are now turning their attention to their subcontractors. Consequently, small construction companies and trades are realising that they too must comply with current legislation, such as the CDM regulations. In addition, Clients and Principle Contractors alike are insisting that their subcontractors hold accreditations such as, CHAS, Constructionline, Builders Profile, SMAS, and SafeContractor.

The Safety People have years of experience with helping companies large and small to attain these awards.

List of All Services

  • ACCIDENT Investigations
  • CHAS
  • COSHH Assessments
  • DSE Assessments (Ergonomic)
  • FIRE Risk Assessment
  • Manual Handling Assessments
  • PPE Review and Policy
  • RISK ASSESSMENTS & Method Statements (RAMS)
  • SMAS submissions
  • TRAINING-Asbestos Awareness
  • TRAINING-Other H&S Topics
  • TRAINING-Company Inductions
  • TRAINING Matrix


  • THE SAFETY PEOPLE (TSP) INFORMATION SECURITY POLICY The purpose and objective of this Information Security Policy is to protect The Safety People (TSP)’s information assets (including data printed or written on paper, stored electronically, transmitted by post or using electronic means, stored on tape or video or spoken in conversation), from all threats, whether internal or external, deliberate or accidental, to ensure business continuity, minimise business damage and maximise return on investment and business opportunities.

    The Policy 
1. Information will be protected from a loss of: confidentiality (ensuring that information is accessible only to authorised individuals); integrity (safeguarding the accuracy and completeness of information and processing methods) and; availability (ensuring that authorised users have access to relevant information when required). 

    2. Regulatory and legislative requirements will be met (this includes the requirements of legislation such as the Companies Act, the Data Protection Act, the Computer Misuse Act and the Copyright, Design and Patents Act). 

    3. Business continuity will be maintained to ensure that information and vital services are available to clients during business hours in accordance with their Service Level Agreement. 

 4. Information security training will be made available to anyone commencing work with TSP.

    5. All breaches of information security, actual or suspected, will be investigated by TSP. 

 6. Guidance and procedures will be produced to support this policy. These may/will include incident handling, information backup, system access, virus controls, passwords and encryption. 

 7. The designated owner of the Information Security Policy is the company, The Safety People. The MD, Fiona Cameron, will have direct responsibility for maintaining and reviewing the Information Security Policy. 

8. It will be the responsibility of anybody engaged on the undertaking of TSP to adhere to the Information Security Policy. 

The Policy will be reviewed by the designated owner of the Information Security Policy – typically not more than 1 year from the date signed. 

    DATED: 30.07.2019
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