Health and Safety Compliance Services - Offered to industry.


Ensure your organisation meets legal requirements for a safe working environment with Somerset Compliance Services, a division of Somerset Electrical and Property Services Ltd. We offer comprehensive health and safety audits and services tailored to your industry, whether you're operating an office, hotel, school, or factory.


Our Services Include:


Compliance Audits: Thorough evaluations of your current health and safety policies.

Health and Safety Reviews: Regular assessments to keep your procedures up-to-date.

Policy Updates: Ensuring your health and safety policies comply with the latest regulations.

Site Visits and Spot Checks: On-site inspections to identify and rectify potential hazards.

Training and Development of Staff: Empowering your team with essential health and safety knowledge.

Toolbox Talks: Informal group discussions on safety topics to enhance workplace awareness.

COSHH: Control of Substances Hazardous to Health compliance services.

Manual Handling: Training and guidelines to prevent injuries related to manual tasks.

Working at Heights: Safety procedures and training for tasks performed at height.

Risk Assessments: Identifying, assessing, and mitigating workplace risks.

ISI Health & Safety Compliance in Education: Specialised compliance services for educational institutions.

Asbestos Surveys and Record Keeping: Professional asbestos management and documentation.


Managing health and safety is a crucial aspect of running a successful business. Conducting risk assessments, implementing control measures, and maintaining these standards ensures the well-being of your employees and visitors. Trust Somerset Compliance Services to support your commitment to a safe and compliant workplace.

Contact us today to schedule your health and safety compliance audit and protect your organisation from potential risks.


Health and Safety

Fire Safety - Fire Safety Reviews & Installations


Is your organisation compliant? We can help you audit your policies, procedures, and risk assessments, as well as undertake full installation, servicing, and inspection of fire detection equipment.

To help prevent fires in the workplace, your risk assessment should identify potential fire hazards, combustible substances, and individuals who may be at risk.

Once you have identified the risks, you can take appropriate actions to control them.


Conduct a fire safety risk assessment

Keep sources of ignition and flammable substances separate

Avoid accidental fires, e.g., ensure heaters cannot be knocked over

Maintain good housekeeping at all times, e.g., avoid the build-up of rubbish that could burn

Consider how to detect fires and warn people quickly if they start, e.g., installing smoke alarms and fire alarms or bells

Have the correct fire-fighting equipment to extinguish a fire quickly

Keep fire exits and escape routes clearly marked and unobstructed at all times

Ensure your workers receive appropriate training on procedures they need to follow, including fire drills

Review and update your risk assessment regularly