Managing the safety of contractors is an area fraught with pitfalls and a
failing that frequently appears in safety prosecutions. Managing the safety
aspects of contract work and fulfilling your legal obligations is a complex
area. Not only are there practical issues, such as getting the contractor to
comply with your safety procedures, but also there’s a very fine legal line to
walk, getting it wrong either way could increase your potential liability
To help you plot your way through the maze, this one-day programme will help
you to identify the legal responsibilities of all relevant parties and explore
the practical application of these responsibilities. The course will consider
all types of contracted activities, including construction and maintenance,
cleaning, security, plant installation, etc.
Who should attend?
Health and safety, facilities, maintenance, engineering, operations professionals. All those with a responsibility for arranging and managing contract work, who are looking to develop their knowledge and want to know how to stay on the right side of the law.