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About Callsafe Services
Occupational health & safety consultants, Principal Designers, CDM advisors and trainers, specialising in the construction industry
Callsafe Services Limited is an occupational health and safety consultancy offering a
full range of services in the field of accident prevention.
The company was established in January 1986 by Bruce Calder, and was incorporated as Callsafe Services Limited on 9 October 1987. In June 2004, Dave Carr took over the company as Managing Director.
Callsafe Services Limited provides expertise from directly employed consultants and from associates where additional and specialist expertise is needed. This provides continuity and ensures that the correct person is assigned to each commission.
The Head Office is located in Rugeley, Staffordshire. The central location provides a convenient operational base for covering contract work in both national and international operations. Most of our directly-employed consultants and associates work from home
or our client’s premises, located throughout England, Scotland and Eire.
Callsafe Services Limited is knowledgeable in all aspects of health and safety legislation in both the UK and the Republic of Ireland. We are experienced in the whole range of services that a professional health and safety consultancy and trainer would perform:
 Health and safety policy and procedures
Health and safety legislation demands that safety procedures and safety plans are clearly documented. Callsafe Services Limited is experienced in the preparation and development of policies, procedures, rules and instructions that are effective, but do not create a bureaucratic system.
- Company safety policy.
- Health and safety procedures.
- Permits to Work.
- Health and safety handbooks.
 Health and safety audits and inspections
Health and safety audits and inspections are carried out in a number of different
ways and at a variety of levels within client organisations.
- Management health and safety audits.
- Workplace inspections.
 Risk assessments
Health and safety legislation requires formal assessments to be carried out in a wide
variety of areas. Callsafe Services Limited provides expertise to make such assessments in the following:
- Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH).
- Manual handling.
- Display screen equipment (visual display units).
- Workplace health and safety.
- Work equipment.
 Machinery safety
Callsafe Services has considerable experience providing detailed machinery safety
information. This is normally in the form of:
- Machinery safety cases.
- Safety operation and maintenance procedures.
- Information to be supplied by manufacturers and importers.
- Details for CE marking, declarations of incorporation and of conformity.
 Training in health and safety
Health and Safety Training Audits & Development Audits can determine the extent of health and safety training that has been carried out. This is then compared with the skills necessary for personnel to effectively discharge their duties as identified by their statutory obligations and company procedures. Consultants will advise on training needs and develop the necessary programmes to meet the needs of the client.
- General Health, Safety & Welfare Management Training.
- Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM2015) Training courses.
- Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) Accredited
- Safety Passport Alliance (SPA) Accredited
- Association for Project Safety (APS) Accredited
- Practical Training
 Construction (Design & Management) Regulations
Callsafe Services Limited have been involved in the construction industry since before CDM1994, acting as Planning Supervisors, CDM Coordinators under CDM2007 and now as Principal Designers under CDM2015. We are also supplying CDM2015 Advisor services to Client and other Principal Designers.
 Specialist services
- Office Health & Safety Check.
- Health and Safety for Small Contractors.
- Health & Safety for Construction Professionals.
- Health and Safety for Facilities Managers.
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