Freeman Beesley can provide engineering advice at all stages of a project:

health and safety

It is the policy of Freeman Beesley Limited that all operations are conducted at all times in such a way as to safeguard the health, safety and welfare of all employees at work and of all other persons who may be affected by our activities.
Freeman Beesley Limited acknowledge that the systematic care for health and safety is an essential part of the efficient functioning of all organisations.
The furtherance of the above general aims and the need to ensure compliance with all relevant safety legislation forms an essential part of the duties of all our staff.

Safety in design
All engineering systems specified by Freeman Beesley Ltd are to be installed and maintained safely.
As members of the professional team, we are obliged to comply with the requirements of the CDM regulations, including the preparation of designer’s risk assessments.
In preparing the designs for the building services, we have a duty to consider and reduce the hazards and risks arising from the construction and maintenance of those installations and to make it easier for contractors to devise safe systems of work.
It is assumed that contractors are competent and have their own procedures for ensuring commonplace tasks are carried out safely.
Any special precautions required, due to non-standard or unusual situations and any (unavoidable) hazardous materials will be highlighted in the risk assessments.
We will address the whole process of installing, maintaining and routine testing for every system.

Safety on site
All buildings and construction sites will have safety procedures in place, comprising signage, PPE requirements and site rules and procedures.
All Freeman Beesley Limited staff/representatives will ensure that they are familiar with the site/ building safety procedures and that they adhere to them at all times.

Reporting Accidents
All staff are required to report all accidents and near miss incidents. Everyone involved in an incident/accident will complete an accident report form.
Accidents which have to be reported to the HSE include all major injury accidents, e.g. Fractures, as well as dangerous occurrences, and injury accidents which result in more than three days absence from work.