Here at county groundforce we are use to working for.
- local authorities
- Commercial properties
- supermarkets car parks
- industrial Estates
- School car parks and playgrounds
- Highway street works contractors
So we understand the procedure required in terms of health and safety method statements risk assessments traffic management the correct insurances and strict polices and proceders that must be followed by all personal CHAS accredited contractor shows potential buyers that you are compliant with the highest standards of safety and it gives them peace of mind that when it comes to the various health and safety laws they are in the right hands.
At the same time, when a supplier achieves CHAS compliance this gives them the approval to work for any of the CHAS accredited buyers. As a recognised standard, any organisations looking for a contractor will be aware that a CHAS accredited contractor will meet their expectations, in respect of all the appropriate Health and Safety Laws, giving them peace of mind over their choice
Employees have duties under current health and safety legislation to take reasonable care for their own safety and the safety of other persons who may be affected by their acts or omissions, to co-operate with the employer to enable him to carry out his statutory obligations, to bring to the employers attention any situation that they might consider to be a danger and to notify the employer of any shortcomings in health and safety arrangements. Any employee regardless of status, who is deliberately or consistently negligent in the performance of the Company policy on health, safety and welfare, will be subjected to disciplinary action.