As a good employer you should maintain a high duty of care for all of your employees, this includes ensuring all legislative Health and Safety issues are addressed.
Doodle HR has a wealth of experience providing quality, bespoke health and safety solutions. By reviewing the health and safety risks in your business, we can identify and manage issues before they become a problem. We then work closely with our clients to ensure we develop health and safety compliance in line with your business needs.
Doodle HR provides:
A retained tailored package to ensure all DSE and Risk Assessments are kept up to date in line with current legislation.
Building compliance – Fire Risk Assessments, Asbestos Surveys (where required) and Fire Warden Training.
Doodle HR offers a flexible Health & Safety support service that helps you protect your business, leaving you to concentrate on what you do best – run your business.
For a no obligation quote or discussion on how Doodle HR can help support your business, please contact us by doodling your details here.
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@MichelleMone I would definitely sign up