FRS’s health and safety advice line exists to answer questions and give practical, trustworthy advice across the full range of health and safety compliance issues. We do this by employing a panel of professionals, each an expert in their field, who together are capable of offering definitive advice on all issues to do with health and safety, CDM, fire safety, first aid and training requirements.
|Number of employees||Advice Line costs|
|0 - 4||£119|
|5 - 9||£129|
|10 - 19||£139|
|20 - 29||£149|
|30 - 39||£159|
|40 - 49||£169|
|50 - 59||£179|
|60 - 69||£189|
|70 - 79||£199|
|80 - 89||£209|
|90 - 99||£219|
|100 - 124||£229|
|125 - 149||£239|
|150 - 174||£249|
|175 - 199||£259|
|200 - 224||£269|
|225 - 249||£279|
|250 - 274||£289|
|275 - 299||£299|
The advice line will be available between 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday, to give advice by both telephone and email.
Prices quoted are exclusive of VAT.
Minimum 12-month contract paid by Direct Debit.
We are happy to undertake any additional ad hoc work, day rates apply.
To find out more, call us on 01179 866397 or email us on email@example.com.
We also offer classroom-based training and e-learning courses.
Subscription to the advice line includes an annual review.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) does not tell you precisely what you can and cannot do at your workplace or in your business, what it does is give guidelines and then pass the buck over to you. The keyword in their approach is “appropriate” and what this means is that you, as an employer, are tasked to take or appoint someone to make appropriate decisions. That person, be it you or someone else has to be “competent” in making those appropriate decisions. If you appoint us as your “competent” person we can advise and keep you on track.
FRS can offer consultancy and training around your health & safety requirements, prepare relevant sections of tenders and documentation such as Risk Assessments or Health and Safety Policies.
We can also provide checklists so that you can record statutory workplace inspections.