Our HSE Solution
- Anytime support
- Appointed competent person
- Access to online safety management system documentation
- Discounted Training
- Discounted price on all other services
While the service does not differ between organisations of various sizes, the time and resources required to provide said service varies. For this reason, different pricing structures exist for various sizes of the organization.
- 0-40 Persons = 100 Per Month
- 40 – 100 Persons = 150 Per month
- 100 – 200 Persons = 200 Per month
- 200 – 400 persons = 300 Per month
- 400 and above = Bespoke quote provided
How long am I tied into a contract?
Here at TransAtlantic Safety we do not tie our clients into long-term contracts, we don’t need to. Our service speaks for itself and clients often do not need encouragement to stay. Fee’s are paid on a monthly basis.
Are visits included in the packages?
No, many health and safety consultancies build this element in to aid them to upsell to their clients throughout the year. We will visit only when you request.
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HSE Competent Person FAQs
What is a Competent Person in terms of health and safety?
In the UK, a Competent Person refers to an individual with sufficient knowledge and experience to ensure that health and safety regulations are met within a workplace. They are appointed to assist the employer in complying with legal duties under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and its associated regulations.
What qualifications and certifications are required to become a Competent Person for health and safety?
While specific qualifications are not mandated by law, individuals appointed as Competent Persons should have relevant training and experience in health and safety. Some commonly recognized certifications in the UK include the NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety, the IOSH Managing Safely certificate, and the CITB Site Safety Plus courses. Additional accreditations from professional bodies such as IIRSM or RoSPA can further enhance their credibility.
What are the responsibilities of a Competent Person?
The responsibilities of a Competent Person may vary depending on the industry and workplace. However, general responsibilities include:
- Conducting risk assessments and identifying hazards within the workplace.
- Developing and implementing health and safety policies and procedures.
- Providing advice and guidance to management and employees on health and safety matters.
- Ensuring compliance with relevant legislation and regulations.
- Investigating accidents and incidents, and implementing corrective measures to prevent future occurrences.
- Keeping up-to-date with changes in legislation, industry standards, and best practices to continuously improve health and safety performance.