As an employer, you are legally required to ensure your workplace and/or environments are safe. At FRS, we offer expert health and safety training and consultancy, helping to protect you, your business and your employees. From day-to-day support, regular risk assessments and advice right through to fully outsourced health and safety management, our qualified team delivers tailored services to meet all our client’s health and safety requirements. Located in Bristol and working across the South West and beyond, we help businesses working in a broad range of industry sectors to stay compliant and prevent workplace accidents.
Our health and safety advice line exists to answer questions and give practical, trustworthy advice across every type of health and safety compliance issue. The advice line team is made up of a panel of health and safety professionals, each an expert in their field, who together offer definitive advice on all issues to do with health and safety requirements. Whether you require support with a one-off risk assessment, specific guidance on health and safety compliance, or a complete health and safety management system we are here to help.Find out more
With over 100 courses to choose from, we offer a huge range of practical face-to-face and online training courses covering everything from first aid training and fire safety to manual handling, food safety and construction site safety. Depending on the topic you wish to cover, our courses teach you to identify health and safety hazards, prevent workplace incidents from occurring and how to cope in an emergency.Find out more
Our one-to-one tutor-led online training is interactive, efficient and flexible, enabling you to brush up on essential health and safety skills at your own pace and at a fraction of the cost. Learning content can be revisited as often as required to help you retain your knowledge and keep your business safe and compliant.Find out more
First Aid is an essential element of health and safety at work and a regulatory requirement for employers. As well as our first aid e-learning courses, we also run monthly Emergency First Aid at Work courses in Bristol and in-person training days for those essential elements of first aid that must be taught via the ‘see, do’ method.Find out more
Employers are legally responsible for ensuring your workplace and/or environments are safe. This includes completing fire-risk assessments, maintaining high-standards of fire safety and awareness of potential hazards. Our fire safety services include:
Frequency of training is dependent on policy, policy decisions should be based upon risk assessment, types and complexity of client needs, and handling required.
Your company first aid risk assessment & company policy will determine the level of first aid assistance required however, the HSE has published some guidance.
When the Emergency First Aid at work certificate runs out, renewing it would mean completing the same 1 day course. However, when the 3 day First Aid at work certificate runs out, a delegate can complete the 2 day First Aid at work requalification, providing that they complete this course no longer than 28 days after their certificate has expired.
Everybody. Accidents and emergencies happen everywhere and at any time and First Aid knowledge is a good life skill.
Your company first aid risk assessment & company policy will determine the level of first aid assistance required however, all shift patterns, holidays & absenteeism.
No. you can provide other alternatives such as pocket card, leaflet or brochure, available here. It doesn’t need to be filled in but it can help help provide useful information to your employees such as names of people with health and safety responsibilities.
All electrical equipment used in the workplace must be maintained in a safe condition to meet the legal requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations. PAT testing itself is not a legal requirement, it is simply a method to identify if such maintenance is required.
A documented health and safety policy is a legal requirement if you employ five or more people. If you have fewer than five employees you do not have to write anything down, though it is considered useful to do so if, for example, something changes.
Employers and/or building owners or occupiers must carry out a fire safety risk assessment and keep it up to date including common areas of some residential premises.
No, you must keep records in a confidential manner, however this could be electronically, a form or similar depending on the requirements of your business.
Having your members of staff as Fire Marshal’s will help you conform to the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. A Fire Marshal should also be trained to evacuate and provide fire safety assistance in the case of an emergency.
“Dealing with Martyn from FRS made getting CHAS accreditation a painless experience. From the first initial phone call and all through the process Martyn always responded quickly and kept us up to date. We will be using FRS for all our future health and Safety requirements as they run a company that fills you with confidence in their ability to help, and your own to learn.”John Jefferies, Director - CBMS Ltd
“I have worked with FRS for a number of years and can highly recommend them. Efficient and nice people too.”Mathew Rowles, Managing Director - Malago Insurance Brokers
“Excellent first aid course today with Julie, she was very knowledgeable and patient and an excellent teacher. Can highly recommend FRS to any business wanting first aid training, £50 cheaper than most of their competitors is an added bonus.”Richard Phillips - Three Cherries
“The on-line training is very good and very cost effective, I did my H & S awareness course sat at my computer in the office in my own time. Convenient with minimal pressure although test at the end was thorough, passed.”Jodie Mundy - Resurgem Engineering
“We have used FRS for the past few years to assist with our H & S in the factory, we have been very pleased with the progress raising the level of our H & S compliance and employee awareness. The pro-active H & S culture is now evident across the works and our to do list is slowly shrinking.”Lee Davies, Director - Resurgem Engineering
“Martyn assists us with or health and safety and our CHAS/Safe Contractor accreditations, he takes away all the hassle and takes care of the complete process, we provide him with the required evidence (off a list he send us) and he does the rest. We have 4 safety scheme certificates which Martyn has assisted with. Keeps us steps ahead of the competition.”Scott Hannam, Director - GSH (South West) Projects Ltd
“FRS look after the fire risk assessments for a number of our properties, Martyn and the team are very approachable and customer service orientated, nothing too much trouble. The fire risk assessments are very comprehensive and cost effective. ”Lee Douglas, Director - D J Foley
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