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Welcome To Midlands Health & Safety Consultancy

We are an experienced team of Health and Safety Consultants operating throughout the Midlands and Staffordshire offering an all-round service supporting businesses of all sizes from single Subcontractors to Tier 1 Organisations with multiple sites.

Our team is led by Chad Bott DipNEBOSH Grad IOSH MIIRSM AIEMA, who is a member of IOSH, IEMA, Nuco Training, IIRSM and NEBOSH Alumni and has over 5 years in health and safety consultancy work.

We implement bespoke Health and Safety Management Systems to meet the organisations requirements for compliance and to complete their legal obligations under Health and Safety at Work 1974.

We also offer the completion of single task services upon request from the organisations such as:

  • Policies and Procedures
  • Bespoke Company Inductions
  • Risk Assessments
  • Method Statements/Safe Systems Of Work
  • Staff Training
  • Fire Risk Assessments
  • Safety Inspections
  • Safety Tours
  • Audits
  • Accident and Incident Investigations
  • Multi-site Support
  • External Accreditations
  • Qualitative Face Fit Testing
Chad Bott - Midlands Health and Safety Consultancy



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A guide to managing noise in the workplace

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Sentencing guidelines for health and safety offences

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