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Obtain the assistance of a competent person to meet requirements of health and safety legislation

The Management of Health and safety at work regulations 1999 state in part “every employer shall appoint one or more competent person to assist in undertaking the measures he needs to take to comply with the requirements and prohibitions imposed upon him by or under the relevant statutory provisions “

JJH Safety Services Ltd provides competent persons who are trained professionals and included on the OSCHR register.

  • Client
  • Principal Designer
  • Designer
  • Principal Contractor
  • Contractors

Our Services Include

  • Initial consultation to review your current procedures
  • Pre-tender vetting
  • Pre-construction information
  • Construction phase plans
  • Named H&S consultants OSCHR registered
  • 24/7 telephone advice
  • H&S policy review and update
  • Legislation updates
  • Use of logo on prequalification questionnaires
  • Site inspections
  • Site audits

Who Is A Competent Person

A competent person is someone who has sufficient training and experience or knowledge and other qualities that allow them to assist you properly. The level of competence required will depend on the complexity of the situation and the particular help you need.

Looking For The Right Person

While looking for the right help, you must know the best person in your organisation who can match that desired level of competence and ready to fulfill your requirements. The employer himself can be that person. Hence, before looking for such assistance from an outside source, you should start opting in your company.

Find out more in The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999.

Benefits of working with an OSHCR registered consultant

The aim of this register is to help businesses find advice on managing their general health and safety risks of organisation in the West Midlands and throughout the UK.

The register is only open to those health and safety consultants who have met certain standards within their professional bodies.

This guarantees that your consultant:

  • Holds Chartered (or equivalent) status with their main professional body;
  • Is committed to continuing professional development;
  • Abides by their professional body’s code of conduct;
  • Will provide sensible and proportionate advice; and
  • Has professional indemnity insurance or equivalent to cover the nature of their duties.

Are you looking for the assistance in risk assessments, method statements and site inspections for your project?

Contact us to discuss your requirements with our professional team

Safety Systems In Procurement

Do you need assistance in gaining a SSIP i.e. CHAS or Construction Line to enable you to meet Principal Contractor requirements to work on construction sites?

Do you need help with method statements and risk assessments and carry out site inspections for you, then get in touch using the form below or use the contact telephone or email to discuss further.