Our mission is to become the UK's leading Property and Construction Health and Safety Consultancy by providing effective advice, support and commitment on all health and safety matters in order to create a healthy and safe working environment.
Marpal Ltd are a health and safety consultancy operating across the UK. Our goal is to provide you with professional advice, guidance and ongoing support services in order to create a healthy and safe working environment.
Health and safety concerns affect every business, establishing a safe and healthy work space is a key priority for all responsible employers. We also recognise that compliance with the various statutes, regulations and health and safety protocols can be a time-consuming task for many businesses. As a business, we believe that you should be free to devote your time to what you do best.
Our professional staff are at hand to provide you and your business with the health and safety support you need to create a healthy and safe working environment and a compliant workplace for your employees!
We can offer you a helping hand to navigate your health and safety obligations, to streamline your business and improve all aspects of your working environment.
Health and safety support, you can truly rely on!
Our consultancy services can be broken down under the following four general areas:
Health and safety needn’t be a headache. We are committed to working with you to build a productive, long-term working relationship with your business. We believe in a proactive, common sense approach to compliance with health and safety legislation; an approach that has benefited many of the Clients we have worked with over the years.
We offer a full range of consultancy services to suit the needs of your business. To discuss your health and safety requirements, please pick up the phone and give one of our experienced consultancy team a call today on 01332 668877, or head straight over to the online contact form and we’ll get back to you straightaway.
Is It A Legal Requirement To Have A Health and Safety Policy? Yes, it is a legal requirement. Under the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974, every employer must prepare, maintain and revise a written statement showing the policy on safety of the organisation and what arrangements are in place to ensure…
CDM Compliance: How To Create A Design Risk Assessment As a designer, under the CDM Regulations you must critically assess your design proposals at the start and throughout the design process. A good designers risk assessment should identify the hazards and evaluate the risks that may arise from the design. Dependent upon the…
How Often Should A Site Safety Inspection Be Carried Out? The Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015 require that suitable arrangements are in place to ensure that sites are regularly checked, particularly as the nature of construction sites regularly change.
When Do I Need To Review My Staff’s Asbestos Awareness Certificate? Did you know that asbestos can cause a serious risk to your health? Responsible for around 4,500 deaths each year, it can lead to cancer of the lungs and chest lining, as well as an array of other serious medical conditions.
Can I Remove Asbestos Myself? For those who own or control buildings, asbestos management is a duty that you’re required by law to carry out, and there’s a very good reason for this. Asbestos can pose a real threat to health, with a host of potential diseases attributable to exposure.
So, You Think You’ve Found An Asbestos Containing Material: What Now? The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 imposes duties on those who own or have control of a property to manage asbestos. This means that in instances where such materials have been found, it’s down to the duty holder to make sure it’s…