M&E

Mechanical and Electrical Health and Safety Documents

Having up-to-date health and safety documents is essential if you work in the mechanical and electrical industry. HSEDocs specialises in providing comprehensive documents designed explicitly for the M&E industry. These documents help you comply with regulations and ensure your workplace is safe for employees and the general public.

Our range of documents, including Risk Assessments, Method Statements, COSHH Assessments, and more, are designed to keep you compliant with changing policies and regulations. We offer lifetime access to our documents and provide free updates if policies change, ensuring you always have the most recent information to maintain a safe workplace.

Our health and safety documents are not only comprehensive but also flexible. You can customise them in an easy-to-edit Microsoft Word format to your specific needs. Whether you are a small company or a larger outfit, our M&E documents are designed to cater to all, ensuring everyone can maintain a safe working environment.

Our documents are tailored to meet your industry's legal requirements, helping you keep your employees safe and reduce the risk of accidents and injuries.

Please contact our team for advice if you'd like to learn more about our services. We're here to help you ensure the safety of your workforce while meeting all of your legal obligations.

Many principal contractors insist on full PPE for all trades on a site now, and this usually includes:

  • Safety, steel toe cap boots.
  • Gripper gloves or gloves designed for a specific use.
  • Ear protection when working with loud power tools.
  • Goggles for eye protection.
  • Hard hat.
  • Hi-viz workwear.

PPE should be the last line of defence, though. The fundamental principle of Health and Safety is to establish a safe working environment where staff do not have to rely on PPE. However, the construction industry is inherently dangerous, and employees face numerous minor and major injuries, making the use of PPE customary. PPE and health and safety documents are vital to creating a secure working environment.

HSEDocs is not just a team but a group of highly experienced specialists in health and safety. With over 20 years of experience, we have developed an unmatched understanding of the importance of clear and concise documentation. Whether you are a business owner, a safety professional, or an individual needing reliable safety resources, you can trust our documents to meet your needs.

Choosing the correct document can be overwhelming, so our team is always ready to assist you. Our friendly team members can answer any questions and help you select the proper document for your requirements. At HSEDocs, we are committed to providing you with the best possible service, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you need any further information or assistance.

We proudly offer a comprehensive health and safety document pack tailored for M&E services. This pack is designed to help you minimise risks and ensure the safety of your workers. With all the necessary documents conveniently packaged together, you can streamline your safety procedures and focus on what you do best.

The Bare Essential H&S Documents for M&E Include:

Company Health and Safety Policy:

If you are an employer with more than five staff members, including managers, secretaries, directors, etc. You must have a written Company Health and Safety Policy. Although a written policy only becomes legally binding when your company has at least five employees, it is always better to have a policy in place, even if it is not compulsory. The advantages of having such a policy are numerous, including enhancing your company's reputation and increasing your chances of being accepted in various supply chains. Therefore, it is advisable to consider having a policy that can help ensure your employees' safety and well-being while complying with legal obligations and industry standards.

RAMS

RAMS is an acronym for all the health and safety documentation a company must maintain except for the Company Health and Safety Policy, which is a separate document. Initially, during the early stages of implementing health and safety regulations, the primary documents submitted were Risk and Method Statements, and the term RAMS was coined. However, RAMS has evolved over time to include three main types of documents, now considered a crucial part of any company's H&S Pack. In addition to these standard documents, additional policies or statements may be required as part of the H&S Pack. The three essential documents for a RAMS Pack are:

Method statements:

A Method Statement is a crucial document that outlines safe procedures for carrying out tasks. While it may seem unnecessary to instruct someone on how to perform a task they already know how to do, a Method Statement prioritises safety by providing clear instructions on how to carry out a task with the least risk involved. A comprehensive guide on safe work systems for executing tasks should be provided by a Method Statement to ensure that workers can work safely and avoid accidents. Although it is not legal, most principal contractors require a well-drafted Method Statement. Therefore, it is essential to have a well-prepared Method Statement to ensure the safety of workers and prevent any potential hazards that may arise during the execution of a task.

Risk Assessments:

Assessing risks is a critical step in ensuring safety in any work environment. This involves identifying potential hazards and taking measures to control or reduce their impact. To effectively assess risks and implement suitable control measures, it is essential to remain alert and proactive in identifying potential hazards and taking appropriate actions to prevent them from causing harm. By staying informed, following best practices, and implementing effective control measures, we can ensure a safe and productive workplace for everyone involved.

COSHH Assessments:

COSHH stands for Control of Substances Hazardous to Health. It is a comprehensive set of regulations designed to protect individuals from exposure to hazardous substances. These regulations require employers to identify dangerous materials and take necessary precautions to control the risks. The primary goal of COSHH is to prevent or minimise the risk of workers and the public being exposed to hazardous substances in the workplace. It is important to note that COSHH applies to many substances, including chemicals, dust, fumes, biological agents, and other dangerous materials. If a product or substance is deemed hazardous, it is advisable to replace it with a non-hazardous product that produces the same results, wherever possible. This approach can significantly reduce the risk of harm to workers and others exposed to these substances.

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£75.00
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Company Health and Safety Policy - ELECTRICAL & MECHANICAL
£85.00
Electrical installations and maintenance Risk Assessment
£8.99
Kitchen fitting Risk Assessment
£8.99
Underground drainage. Risk Assessment
£8.99
1st and 2nd fix plumbing Risk Assessment
£8.99
Cable tray installation Risk Assessment
£8.99
Electricians Risk Assessment
£8.99
Electrical testing Risk Assessment
£8.99
Guttering installation Risk Assessment
£8.99
Cleaning gutters Risk Assessment
£8.99
Asbestos awareness Risk Assessment
£8.99
Cable installation Risk Assessment
£8.99
Plumbing General Method Statement
£8.99
Kitchen fitting Method Statement
£8.99
Underground drainage Method Statement
£8.99
Plumbing a bathroom suite Method Statement
£8.99
Rainwater goods Method Statement
£8.99
Electrical rewire and new installations Method Statement
£8.99
Power flushing central heating method statement
£8.99
Connect to gas main method statement
£8.99
Maintenance and service of central heating system method statement
£8.99
Electrical testing Method Statement
£8.99
Decorators caulk Interior COSHH assessment form
£8.99
Dust COSHH assessment form
£8.99
Expanding foam, fire rated COSHH assessment form
£8.99
Expanding foam COSHH assessment form
£8.99
Fernox central heating cleaner COSHH assessment form
£8.99
Lead free solder COSHH assessment form
£8.99
Lead solder COSHH assessment form
£8.99
Soldering flux paste COSHH assessment form
£8.99
Bleach COSHH assessment form
£8.99
Solvent cement (Kalsi Plastics) COSHH assessment form
£8.99
TEROSON MS 930 WH Sealant COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
PTFE SDS Polytetrafluoroethylene COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Propane COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Permabond A115 Adhesive COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Nitrogen COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
MAPP gas COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Genius Gun Gap-Filler COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
FloPlast solvent cement COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Butane COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Armaflex 520 COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Acetylene COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Solvent cement ABS COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Yorkshire Flux COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Storm evaporator cleaner and disinfectant super concentrate COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Storm condenser cleaner super concentrate COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Smelly Jelly air con fragrance gel COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Scalebreaker HD descaling liquid COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Pro-universal coil cleaner COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Hydrokleen COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Hydrofoam 2.0 COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Hydrocoil COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Hidrox COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
HB-30 One Shot COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Fairy Liquid Original COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Durapipe MEK Cleaner COSHH Assessment Form
£8.99
Silicone spray COSHH assessment form
£8.99
R32 Difluoromethane
£8.99

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