Health & Safety Xpert gives you the tools, in the form of relevant documents, to provide a healthy and safe working environment on the building site, whilst ensuring the safety of the public. Adopting the right approach to health and safety involves following a cycle of events, as mapped out in the HSE HSG65 guidance. Our in-depth guide below shows how our documents and the HSE’s steps come together to give you peace of mind.


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There’s the PLAN stage – determining your health and safety policy and planning for its implementation on your jobs > We have the policies, plans and checklists to assist you in this process.

Then you have to DO the risk profiling, organising and then actually implementing on site > Which is why the software is all set with the appropriate risk and COSHH assessments, statements, registers and permits to help you get on and do just that.

Next you have to CHECK how things are going on site through inspections and investigate accidents, incidents and near misses… > That’s where our various records come in.

We can’t say ‘finally’ you ACT because there is no conclusion – it’s an ongoing process of checking, planning, doing and acting > and we’re here with your audits, forms and records to enable you to review performance and learn those lessons before getting them implemented into future policy and the way you do things.

Of course this infographic shows just a few of the many documents that come with the software (and are updated as legislation changes).

The HSE have some key priorities for 2017 as we explain.  We can make sure you’re ready for any surprise visit. In fact Health & Safety Xpert makes it ever so simple to comply by matching the right documents to the job in hand – automatically. You should plan to use it…