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At Chilton Safety Solutions we cover all aspects of Health and Safety legislation. Listed below are some of the considerations that all employers must assess.

We can help you deal with all these Health and Safety issues and more. Give us a call for a free assessment or if you have a query.

Health and Safety Policy

The health and Safety at Work act 1974 places a duty on an employer to ensure the health ,safety and welfare of all his/her employees and also to safeguard others affect by the work. If you have 5 or more employees you must have a written policy statement and make employees aware of it.

Management of Health and Safety

The management of Health and Safety at Work regulations 1999 require that Risk Assessments have to be carried out to identify sugnificant hazards arising from work activities, and then to identify and introduce controls to minimise the risks to employees and others.


Section 2 of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 imposes a general duty on every employer to provide as much information, training and supervisoin as is necessary to ensure “so far as reasonably practicable” the health and safety of its employees. All training requirements will be identified and can be arranged to meet you own specific requirements.

Highway Electrical Sector Academy and ASLEC

The HESA, in partnership with Lantra Awards, has agreed a system for Approving Training Organisations and Trainers. This is to ensure the competency of trainers and to provide confidence to employers.

Chilton Safety Solutions are proud to announce that we have registered with HESA/ASLEC and are now approved to carry-out various training courses for personnel involved in working on ‘Installation and Maintenance of Highway Electrical and/or Highway Electronic Equipment and/or Associated Highway Works’

HESA/ASLEC Courses delivered (This list is increasing regularly)

  • Health & Safety at Work 101/M101
  • Principles of Control of Substances which my be hazardous to Health 102/M102
  • Manual Handling 104/M104
  • Interpretation of Legislation and Standards 105/M105
  • Principles of Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment 201/M201
  • Hand and Power Tools Awareness 204/M204
  • Working at Height with Steps and Ladders 205.1/M205 (part)
  • Effective Personal Protective Equipment 207/M207
  • On Site Safety 209
  • CDM Regulations 805/M801
  • Work in the vicinity of DNO equipment – G39/1

For further information and updates to training courses delivered on behalf of the HEA please visit the HEA website.

Hazardous Substances

The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations 2002 deal with hazardous substances used at work and places duties on employers and employees. The main duty of the employer is to carry out suitable risk assessments to identify any risks in using the products.

Manual Handling Operations

The Manual Handling Operations regulations 1992 state that the employer must remove if possible the need for manual handling. A Risk Assessment must be carried out for those operations that cannot be avoided.

Electricity at Work

The Electricity at Work Regluations 1989 place a duty on an employer to protect against the risk of death or personal injury from electricty in work activities. All electrical installations and equipment must be of suitable strength for the work undertaken and be maintained in safe working order.

Display Screen Equipment

The Display Screen Regulations 1992 requires the employer to ensure that a risk assessment is carried out for all employees involved in the use of computers at work.

First Aid at Work

The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 apply to all employers and employees and lay down the following broad duties.

  • Duty of the employer to appoint suitably qualified First Aid personnel
  • Duty of the employer to provide First Aid equipment
  • Duty of the employer to infrom employees of First Aid arrangements.

Accident Recording and Reporting

Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurences Regulations (RIDDOR) 1995 requires that all specified work related accidents, diseases and dangerous occurences must be reported to Enforcing Authorities. All accidents should be recorded in an accident book

Fire Safety

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires the provision and maintenance of appropriate measures to fight, detect and give warning of fire and to ensure that the safe evacuation of persons via emergency routes.

The regulations also require employers to carry out a comprehensive Fire Risk Assessment. We can do this for you.