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We deal with all safety matters associated with electrical installations and electrical products on behalf of householders and consumers, with the exception of disputes between contractors and consumers.

Fire Prevention

The ASFP represents the interests of manufacturers, contractors, specialist suppliers, consultants and other related bodies within the passive fire protection industry

Hazardous Substances

ACAD represents specialists in this field and members go through a strict vetting procedure, including checks on official documentation and direct contact with clients.
Leading organisation providing information, assistance, and advice on the safe handling and transport of chemical substances , 24 hours per day, every day of the year. Suppliers of specialist software associated with shipping and handling of hazardous goods.

Occupational Health

To develop and promote occupational health nursing, to network effectively with key statutory bodies and other professional organisations to influence the wider occupational health and safety agenda, as well as to be able to meet business needs.
The national organisation for healthy backs BackCare helps people manage and prevent back pain by providing advice, promoting self help, encouraging debate and funding scientific research into better back care.
Assessment of occupational health research priorities; granting awards towards such research commissioning, monitoring, supervising and publishing the useful results of such research; publication of practical guidelines based on sound science; raising general and specific funds to pay for research.
Provides a comprehensive health protection service in the areas of infectious diseases, chemical hazards, poisons and radiation.
The council consists of a chairman and fifteen members who include an equal number of representatives of employers and employed earners as well as doctors with a particular expertise in occupational health, epidemiology, and toxicology, and two experts in occupational law.
IOSH is the home of the Charered Safety and Health Practitioner - and independent not-for-profit organisation which regulates and steers the health and safety profession in the UK and increasingly Europe-wide, maintaining standards and providing impartial, authorative guidance.
Helping to combat stress through the latest knowledge, ideas, services and products.

Noise & Vibration

To improve and control the standard of service offered and to protect the interests of clients whilst promoting the reputation of the profession.

Risk Management

APS has been established to provide all those working as Planning Supervisors under the terms of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 1994 with an advisory and representative body to assist development in this field of activity.
The mission of AIRMIC is to develop excellence in business risk management and support the effective use of insurance. The mission is delivered by organising training events and an annual conference, publishing guides, sponsoring of research and by the provision of online learning through the Risk Publishing Online (RPO) subsidiary
The Institute of Risk Management (IRM) is the world’s leading enterprise-wide risk education Institute.
Over 7,800 members worldwide receive a comprehensive range of membership benefits including: designatory letters, free technical/legal helplines, IIRSM Newsletter, Health and Safety at Work magazine,certificate of membership, membership card and networking opportunities

Working at Height


The Advisory Committee for Roofwork is made up of nominees from trade associations and organisations involved in roofwork. The Committee's aim is to develop and produce free information to assist with making work on roofs safer.
Developing cross industry guidance on training for work at height.
Established over 60 years ago and is the recognised national trade body for the access and scaffolding industry in the UK. Existing members are audited biennially on all aspects of their business which includes a site visit. Companies applying for membership are required to satisfy stringent entry requirements before admission. Publications include industry guidance (SG4, TG20 etc).
The Work at Height Safety Association (WAHSA) was formed in 2005 by UK manufacturers of height safety equipment. and acts as the UK lead body representing the interests of manufacturers, assemblers, installers, distributors and end users of equipment used for work at height and rescue.