Health & Safety

TSA will prepare customised risk assessments and safety statements and advise you on managing safety and risk in your business

Safety Statement/Risk Assessment

A safety statement is an employer’s legally required commitment, in writing, to a safe and healthy workplace. The document should outline the different aspects of safety and health management, the responsibilities of those affected by them, and guidance information relating to general policies and ongoing commitments in all areas of health and safety. As part of this process every employer is required to identify workplace hazards under their control and be in possession of a written assessment of the risks they pose. 

At TSA we pride ourselves in providing a personalised on-site service, where we identify hazards and assess associated risks so that controls can be put in place to ensure your legal compliance.

Manual Handling Training

Our Manual Handling course provides participants with information & instruction on safe manual handling techniques which, if used correctly, may help prevent an injury. We deliver on site, personalised training to allow our trainer deliver relevant focused advice specific to each trainee.

On completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the legal definition of manual handling as it relates to them 
  • Be aware of their legal duties and that of their employer
  • Understand the basic anatomy of the musculoskeletal system
  • Recognise the dangers of using incorrect manual handling techniques
  • Use the 8 simple steps of safe lifting

On successful completion of both the theoretical & practical components of the course participants will receive a Certificate of Competence (valid for three years from date of issue).

A maximum of 15 can be taken for one training session. Please call for further information or a quote.


Individual Risk Assessments

At times a risk assessment is necessary in individual cases in order to assess the suitability of a person, or system of work, to a role. For example:

  • an employee returning to work from injury or lengthy sickness, 
  • following notice of pregnancy, 
  • where there has been a significant increase in workplace accidents,
  • where the task being performed is an isolated short term activity, or is not covered by your general risk assessment.

At TSA we are here to assist you keep your team safe by providing you with professional advice, templates and on-site assessments where necessary. Whether it be a task specific assessment, or a pre-inspection assessment, be safe in the knowledge at TSA we Think Safety Always.