Section 19 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 requires employers to identify hazards in the workplace that are under their control, assess the risk of these hazards and be in possession of a written assessment of the risks of safety, health and welfare of his or her employees. To review this statute in full, please click here.
Regular assessment should not only review threats to property, data protection, employee’s safety and welfare but also the identification of the international and national security environment which could have a fundamental impact on business objectives.
Financial planning can often be based on an assumption of uninterrupted business performance. Any business operating without a thorough up to date risk assessment, adequate training and defined safety procedures in place, risk financial instability and possibility of continuous business growth.
Applying over 30 years’ experience, our skilfully trained assessors will review, identify, grade and prioritise existing and possible future risks within your organisation. Specialist Security Service is a market leader in security technology innovation. Our Consultants are qualified, experienced, client focused professionals who will work in partnership with you to identify threats and devise a customised solution for your business needs.
This is achieved by examining each facet of the business and those involved in its operation including:
• Technical issues such as IT Infrastructure and network access
• New Market entry considering economical and climate risks
• Human elements including security access and data protection